2 thoughts on “Language quiz

  1. The numerous affricates, ejectives, and lateral fricatives, plus the simple vowel system, the lack of labial stops, and what sounds like high vs low tones make me immediately think of Athabaskan. But the noticeable retroflexes narrow things down a bit. I believe Wikipedia lists three Athabaskan languages with retroflex stops/affricates: Gwich’in, Tanana, or Hän. For my guess, I’ll go for Gwich’in.

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