Batak Angkola is a Southern Batak language spoken by about 535,000 people in the province of North Sumatra in Indonesia. In particular, it is spoken in the regencies of Labuhan Batu, Labuhan Batu Selatan, Padang Lawas, Padang Lawas Utara, Tapanuli Selatan, Tapanuli Tengah, and Tapanuli Utara.
Batak Angkola is also known as Anakola or Angkola. It is spoken by adults and some children. Most Batak Angkola speakers also speak Indonesian.
These days Batak Angkola is written with the Latin alphabet, and in the past it was written with the Batak script.
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