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Ewe is a language of Ghana. Roughly 11% of the population there speak it as a first language.

Ewe is spoken by roughly 3.7 million people, mostly in a contiguous region stretching over south-east Ghana, the southern half of Togo, and a small part of south-west Benin. There are also a small number of speakers in the United Kingdom.

Ewe belongs to the Gbe group of closely-related languages.

Territory size shows the proportion of all people who speak Ewe as a first language that live in that territory.

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