Indigenous Mexican Language Dying Out As The Only Two Speakers Won’t Speak To Each Other

The only two speakers left in the world who speak Ayapaneco, an indigenous language found in Mexico, refuse to speak to each other, so their language is at risk of dying out earlier than it should technically do.

There are almost 70 indigenous languages in Mexico, which are divided into a further 364 variations. The introduction of Spanish education in the 20th century appears to have accelerated the demise of the Ayapaneco language.

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