Adangme (also known as Adangbe or Adangmee) is a Kwa language spoken by the Adangme people of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana and the Volta Region of Togo. It is the most widely spoken indigenous language in the Greater Accra region and it is used as a lingua franca in the area. Adangme is a tonal language, and it has a complex verb system and noun class system. It is written in the Latin script and has a rich oral tradition, including folktales, proverbs and traditional songs.