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Chart of Amharic Fidels. In Amharic Fidels there are 33 consonants and 6 vowels. For people who sees them for the first time it might look complicated. It is real fun and it does makes sense once student are explained how it works. If you see how the first consonant is written the rest that follows horizontally are just extentions.
This image shows the way Ethiopian food is presented. Most of the time the food is placed on a colourful circular tray. The small rolled pittas(look alike) around the plate are Ethiopian bread named Injera. Again, Injera itself is made like a very thin bread in a cirle form. Once the Injera is placed on the tray then different sauses are added around. This can be only vegetarian,vegan, meat or a mixture of all.
One can learn the formal and informal greetings and also few personal pronouns for Amharic on this page.
Amharic is one of the few African languages that has its own indigenous script called Fidal. Teaching and learning the Fidal can be as daunting as it can be boring. In this article traditional and innovative ways of teaching the Fidal is considered.