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1. Shawiya music, a folklore from diverse areas of the Aurès Mountains.

2. They are, in order of number of speakers: Shilha (Tacelḥiyt), Kabyle (Taqbaylit), Central Atlas Tamazight (Tamaziɣt), Riffian (internal: Tmaziɣt, external: Tarifiyt), Shawiya (Tacawit) and Tuareg (Tamaceq/Tamajeq/Tamaheq).

3. Shawiya, or Shawiya Berber, also spelt Chaouïa (native form: Tacawit [θaʃawiθ]), is a Zenati Berber language spoken in Algeria by the Shawiya people.

4. The Shawiya people call their language Tacawit (Thashawith) (IPA: [θʃawɪθ] or [hʃawɪθ]), which is also known as Numidian Berber.

5. In Shawiya, the leading /t/ – pronounced [θ] in that phonetic environment – is often reduced to an /h/, so the native name is often heard as Hašawiθ. Shawiya Berber was, until recently, an unwritten language and rarely taught at school.

6. As the Shawiya people were predominantly rural and secluded, they often code-switch to Algerian Arabic, French or even English to discuss non-traditional technology and sociological concerns.

7. Recently, the Shawiya language, together with the Kabyle language, has begun to achieve some cultural and media prominence thanks to the Berber cultural and political movements in Algeria and to the introduction of Berber language education in some public schools.

8. notably a softening of k to sh and an absence of a- in certain words, such as "hand" (afus vs. fus.) Northern Berber languages spoken by over a million people include Shilha, Central Morocco Tamazight, Riff, Shawiya and Kabyle.

9. The most widely spoken Zenati languages are Riffian in northeastern Morocco and Shawiya in eastern Algeria, each of which have over 2 million speakers.

10. French linguist Edmond Destaing in 1915 proposed "Zenati" as a loose subgrouping within the Northern Berber languages, including Riffian Berber in northeastern Morocco and Shawiya Berber in northeastern Algeria.

11. They call themselves Išawiyen/Icawiyen (pronounced [iʃawijən]) and speak the Shawiya language.

12. The Chaoui traditionally speak the Shawiya language (Berber: Tachawit).

13. Shawiya is a closely related cluster of dialects spoken in the Aurès region (Berber: Awras) of eastern Algeria and surrounding areas including Batna, Khenchela, south Sétif, Oum El Bouaghi, Souk Ahras, Tébessa, and the north part of Biskra.

14. Recently the Shawiya language, together with the Kabyle language, has begun to achieve some cultural prominence due to the Berber cultural and political movements in Algeria.

15. The Chenoui language which is a Northern Berber language is closely related to the Shawiya language and Zenata varieties spoken by Berbers of the Aures mountains in Eastern Algeria and the Rif region.

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17. Central Atlas Tamazight is one of the most-spoken Berber languages, along with Kabyle, Shilha, Riff, Shawiya and Tuareg.

18. Chenouas. Kabylia. Mozabite (Mozabite language) Shawiya.

19. Shawiya people.

20. French forces then pushed into the Shawiya plain in what French historians call the pacification de la Chaouia.

21. The six major Berber language/dialects are spoken by 90% of the total Berber-speaking population: Tashelhit Berber, Kabyle Berber, Central Atlas Tamazight, Riffian Berber, Shawiya Berber, and Tuareg Berber.

22. The first Bible portions in Shawiya-Berber of Algeria were translated by Charles Cook, an English Methodist missionary.

23. The 1994 renewal saw top 2 mile chaser Sound Man beat Shawiya with subsequent Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Imperial Call back in third.

24. Chaoui is the French or Berber spelling of the Shawiya language.

25. The music is sometimes called Shawiya style in English, but also as French Chaoui.

26. When France invaded Oujda, bombarded Casablanca, and invaded the Shawiya in 1907, al-Kattani called for jihad and the deportation of the colonists from the country and composed numerous letters calling for resistance against the occupiers.