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Wutung: A Papuan language of the Sko Phylum spoken in Sandaun Province, PNG

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Wutung: A Papuan language of the Sko Phylum spoken in Sandaun Province, PNG. About 600 speakers; still the first language for the majority of children, but everyone also learns and makes daily use of Tok Pisin and English (and for many also Bahasa Indonesia), so rapid language shift could occur at any time. 27 x 1 hour cassette tape recordings collected as part of PhD fieldwork.

Created: 27 09 2012

Data time period: 24 03 2000 to 26 06 2003

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141.064,-2.5946 141.064,-2.65088 140.971,-2.65088 140.971,-2.5946 141.064,-2.5946

141.0175,-2.62274

text: Papua New Guinea

iso31661: PG

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