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Chang (Changyanguh)

Chang is a member of the Brahmaputran branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. It is spoken in Tuensang District in east-central Nagaland in the northeast of India. According to the 2001 Indian census, there are 62,000 speakers of Chang. The language is also known as Changyanguh, Machongrr, Mochumi, Changyanguh or Mojung.

Chang alphabet and pronunciation

Chang alphabet and pronunciation

H is pronunced [h] at the beginning of syllable, [ʔ] at the end of syllable.

Download a Chang alphabet chart (Excel)

Sample text (The Lord's Prayer

Khuthüka kibü Abou, Ka nyen saopobü yingshi, Kaibü Sangle kaiya, Khuthüka kibü tegü, kaodakakei kamaang leshi. Kün la tat chaangbou shausiyung kubü; Künei ailai müeibü shedbü apbuan ki kho tegü küneibü shedbükei apbuma. Hobaje kün takteibü to teleima, lausikei amaibou ka kün senetashi.

Source: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/961/MAT.6.NAGC

Information provided by Michael Peter Füstumum

Information about Chang | Tower of Babel

Links

Information about Achang
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chang_language
http://www.ethnologue.com/18/language/nbc/
http://wals.info/languoid/lect/wals_code_chg

Brahmaputran languages

Atong, Chang

Other languages written with the Latin alphabet


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