Bontoc is a Philippine language spoken in Mountain Province (Lalawigang Bulubundukin) in northern Luzon in the Philippines. In 2007 there were 41,000 speakers of Bontoc.
According to Ethnologue there are five Bontok languages: Central Bontok, Eastern Bontok, Northern Bontok, Southern Bontok and Southwestern Bontok. Central Bontok has the most speakers - about 19,600.
ch, r and sh are only used in foreign names and loanwords.
Information about Bontoc provided by Wolfram Siegel
Ama id chaya machad-ayaw nan ngachanmo.
Omali nan en-ap-apowam.
Maangnen nan nemnemmo isnan lofong ay kag id chaya.
Ichowam nan kanenmi isnan kawakawakas.
Pakawanem nan fasolmi,
tay pinakawanmi akhes nan finmasol ken chakami.
Ad-im ogkhayen chakami isnan maawisanmi ay enfasol,
mod-i ket isas alakam chakami isnan ngaag.
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