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. It’s unquestionably Aboriginal and I’m going to say Nhangu since it was just posted

  3. 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.

  4. 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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