6 thoughts on “Language Quiz

  1. I have to agree with Sakana in that it sounds like an Australian language. I thought I heard an English word/phrase or two. Seeing that there is also an Australian language featured today I thought it might be it (Nhangu?) but I am not sure if it sounds like the clip on the Nhangu page. Anyway it’s very interesting!

  2. Nhangu does use reduplication, which I clearly heard, but I’m not sure I heard the full range of nasals and stops that it has.

  3. I think it is an Australian language because an “s” is heard, which is circumstantial, since this phoneme does not exist in these languages. It must be Pama-Ñunga, and I think it is Yulungu.

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