Agglutinative languages form meaning by putting multiple elements into a single large word. Examples of agglutinative languages are Hungarian, Finnish and Xhosa (which is one of the official languages of my country, South Africa). Xhosa is related to Zulu, which is also an official language of South Africa.
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