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I know after hearing "Siberian Yupik" spoken, it has
alot of glottal stops (have that right?) and some
possible clicks.. It can be fun.

Livd 6 years in Nome Alaska, and we have some 4 native
tongues (various shadings) spoken in the area, not
including English and Russian, as well as other lingos,
such as Spanish. So a day can be interesting, epecially
when the tourist would show up..

Anyone know any good sources on Yupik and other lingos
(Inuit?).
Siberian Yupik
Yupik
Inupiaq
various Athabaskan lingos, such as Koyukon?

Mike
Alaska



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