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  • Ethnologue Catalog of the languages of the world
    ETHNOLOGUE includes language maps, indexes of languages, language descriptions, and bibliographic references.

  • Information on the disappearing languages of the world
    Did you know: the number of actively spoken languages in the world today is around 6,000. More than 1,400 of those languages belong to the Niger-Congo family from Africa, and about 1,200 are in the Austronesian family from Madagascar, Indonesia, Australia, the Pacific Islands, and New Zealand. Most of today's active languages are spoken by very few people, and many of them are losing speakers rapidly as the world becomes more and more connected. Half of today's languages have fewer than 10,000 speakers, and a quarter have fewer than 1,000. Thousands of years ago, there may have been as many as 10,000 active languages in the world. Within the next century, thousands of languages may be lost. These interesting facts brought to you by The Learning Kingdom

  • Hablaa Multilingual Dictionary
    Our goal is to help prevent endangered languages from extinction. We make it easy for anyone to browse/translate into these languages. We heavily rely on user contribution.

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  • University of Oregon - Yamada Language Center - Language Guides
    The Yamada WWW Language Guides are the definitive guide to language resources on the World Wide Web.

     
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