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Native Speakers Worldwide

3200

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Transmission

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Sourcebook on Tomini-Tolitoi Languages: General Information and Word Lists
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Threatened

Native Speakers Worldwide

3200

Domains of Use

No data

Speaker Number Trends

No data

Transmission

No data

Speakers

Second-language speakers and learners

No data

Semi-speakers

No data

Child speakers

No data

Young adult speakers

No data

Older adult speakers

No data

Elder Speakers

No data

Ethnic Population

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Non-monolingual speakers

Most of the community is multilingual.

More about speakers

No data

Year of info

2001

Location and Context

Countries

Indonesia

Coordinates

-0.1, 119.7

Location description

Island of Sulawesi. Balaesang Peninsula. Villages of Kamonji, Ketang, and Rano.

Government support

No government support

Institutional support

No institutional support.

Speakers' attitudes

Generally negative.

Standard orthography

No data

Script (Writing system)

No data

Other writing systems

Island of Sulawesi. Balaesang Peninsula. Villages of Kamonji, Ketang, and Rano.

More on writing systems

No data

Other languages used

All speak Indonesian. Most speak Kaili. Some speak Bajau.

Domains of other languages

No data

More on context

No data

Threatened

Native Speakers Worldwide

3,000

Domains of Use

No data

Speaker Number Trends

No data

Transmission

No data

Speakers

Second-language speakers and learners

200

Semi-speakers

No data

Child speakers

No data

Young adult speakers

No data

Older adult speakers

No data

Elder Speakers

No data

Ethnic Population

3200

Non-monolingual speakers

15-30 year olds

More about speakers

No data

Year of info

2007

Location and Context

Countries

Indonesia: Sulawesi Province

Coordinates

No data

Location description

No data

Government support

No data

Institutional support

No data

Speakers' attitudes

No data

Standard orthography

No data

Script (Writing system)

No data

Other writing systems

No data

More on writing systems

No data

Other languages used

Indonesian

Domains of other languages

Education

More on context

No data

No data

Native Speakers Worldwide

3,200

Domains of Use

No data

Speaker Number Trends

No data

Transmission

No data

Speakers

Second-language speakers and learners

No data

Semi-speakers

No data

Child speakers

No data

Young adult speakers

No data

Older adult speakers

No data

Elder Speakers

No data

Ethnic Population

No data

Non-monolingual speakers

No data

More about speakers

Data for the number of native speakers comes from Himmelmann (2001).

Year of info

2009

Location and Context

Countries

Indonesia;

Coordinates

No data

Location description

No data

Government support

No data

Institutional support

No data

Speakers' attitudes

No data

Standard orthography

No data

Script (Writing system)

No data

Other writing systems

No data

More on writing systems

No data

Other languages used

No data

Domains of other languages

No data

More on context

No data

Threatened

Native Speakers Worldwide

3,200

Domains of Use

No data

Speaker Number Trends

No data

Transmission

No data

Speakers

Second-language speakers and learners

No data

Semi-speakers

No data

Child speakers

No data

Young adult speakers

No data

Older adult speakers

No data

Elder Speakers

No data

Ethnic Population

No data

Non-monolingual speakers

No data

More about speakers

No data

Year of info

Location and Context

Countries

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Coordinates

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Location description

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Government support

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Institutional support

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Speakers' attitudes

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Standard orthography

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Script (Writing system)

No data

Other writing systems

No data

More on writing systems

No data

Other languages used

No data

Domains of other languages

No data

More on context

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