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Remaining Language Families and Geographical Language Groups

By Martin W. Lewis | January 27, 2013 | 2 Comments

Today’s post concludes the brief series on world maps of language families, based on abstracting information from a Wikipedia language-family map to make convenient classroom maps. The only remaining category on the map that is a legitimate language family, however, is Eskimo-Aleut. The others are actually geographical groupings of several different families.
With only around 100,000 people speaking its languages, Eskimo-Aleut …

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