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South Sudan

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'''English''' is the official language of South Sudan, and is widely spoken by those who have had the opportunity of going to school.
Juba Arabic - an [[Arabic phrasebook|Arabic]]-based pidgin - is used as a ''lingua franca'' in the city of Juba. However, owing to the presence of many thousands of foreign - chiefly Kenyan and Ugandan - UN and NGO personnel, Juba Arabic is rapidly being supplanted by English and [[Swahili phrasebook|Swahili]]. Since South Sudan was part of Sudan for a century, some South Sudanese are conversant in either Sudanese Arabic or Modern Standard Arabic.

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