Adangme is a language spoken in Ghana. It is a member of the Kwa subgroup of the Niger-Congo family. Adangme is also known as Adangbe, Ada, and Dangme.
Adangme is spoken by the Adangme people, who number about 1.7 million. The Adangme people are found in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, in the eastern part of the country. The language is also spoken in Togo and Ivory Coast.
Adangme has a subject-verb-object word order. The language has two genders (masculine and feminine), and nouns are inflected for gender. Adangme has a rich system of verbal agreement, and verbs are inflected for person, number, and tense.
Adangme has a tonal system, with three tones (high, low, and falling). The language also has a rich system of consonants and vowels.
Adangme is written with the Latin alphabet.