Amharic is used frequently in Ethiopia, Egypt, Mauritania and even in Israel. Hello in Amharic is spelled Teanastellen, which is pronounced teen-as-tell-an. An informal, conversational way to say it is also Salam, pronounced sall-aam, said together.
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Ethiopian greetings are courteous and somewhat formal. The most common form of greeting is a handshake with direct eye contact. The handshake is generally much lighter than
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The Ethiopian Orthodox Church is the largest of the Oriental Orthodox Churches in Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Orthodox Church broke away from mainline Christianity long before
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Highlights. Most tourists do the historical circuit in north 7 to 12 days. Many do Omo 8 days; some do Harrar some Erte Ale volcqno qreq;