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Guarani language

Guarani is an American Indian language from Paraguay. It is an official language of Paraguay. Guarani is written using the Guarani alphabet. Guarani is one of the most widely spoken American languages. It is often used among the Paraguayan people and neighboring communities. This is unique among American languages. Language shift towards European colonial languages in this case, Spanish has been nearly universal in the Western Hemisphere. However, Paraguayans have kept their traditional language while also adopting Spanish.



Quechua, sometimes written Quichua or Ketchua, is a language spoken by 8 million people in the South American nations of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina and Colombia. It was also the language of the ancient Inca Empire. Its part of the Quechuan languages family. It is the most-spoken Native American language in South America. It is also the most widely-spoken indigenous language. A quarter of people in Peru speak Quechua. People who speak Quechua as their first language are called Quechua Indians by Spanish-speakers. However, the Quechua refer to themselves as Runa "the people" and call ...


ⓘ Languages of South America

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Aymara language

Aymara language

The Aymara language is spoken by the Aymara tribe in Bolivia, Peru, and north of Chile. In Chile, only a third of thribe say that they speak it well. An inflected language, it is one of the few Native American languages that has over one million speakers.