Pick one of three

If one had to recommend a Berber language to teach to manly native-English, Arabic and French speakers, which would be the best choice? It would be an informal class setting, taught by university students. The available teachers speak Tashelhiyt, Kabyle, and Chaouia. Keeping in mind that Kabyle and Tashelhiyt  have the largest populations and [relatively] copious musical and literary traditions, and that Kabyle has a Wikipedia while Tashelhiyt has a long written tradition in the Arabic alphabet, what are the pluses and minuses of these three? All are equally fascinating and valuable languages in their own ways, but if you were forced to make a recommendation to a group of professors and students, what would you chose?


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