How to count in Montagnais (Innu-Aimun), an Algonquian language spoken in Labrador and Quebec in Canada
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Source: INNU AIMITAU. INNU-AIMUN CONVERSATION MANUAL (Labrador Dialects). MANUEL DE CONVERSATION INNUE (Dialectes du Labrador), 2007, page 5.
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