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Endangered and Indigenous Languages: Free

Learn an indigenous or endangered language for free through Mango Languages.

Indigenous-Chaldean Aramaic

Chaldean Aramaic

Indigenous to: Mesopotamia, Iraq
Status: Shifting
Spoken: Middle East, U.S., W. Europe

Indigenous Cherokee


Indigenous to: Eastern North America
Status: Definitely Endangered
Spoken: North America



Indigenous to: Bhutan, South Asia
Status: Vulnerable
Spoken: Bhutan

Indigenous Hawaiian


Indigenous to: Hawaii
Status: Critically Endangered
Spoken: Niʻihau, Hawaiʻi Islands, Hawaii

Indigenous Irish


Indigenous to: Ireland
Status: Definitely Endangered
Spoken: Ireland

Indigenous Potawatomi


Indigenous to: Great Lakes region, N.A
Status: Critically Endangered
Spoken: North America

Indigenous Shanghainese


Indigenous to: Shanghai, China
Status: Shifting
Spoken: Shanghai, China

Indigenous Scottish Gaelic

Scottish Gaelic

Indigenous to: Scotland
Status: Definitely Endangered
Spoken: Scotland

Indigenous Tuvan


Indigenous to: Tuva, South Siberia
Status: Vulnerable
Spoken: Tuva, South Siberia

Indigenous Yiddish


Indigenous to: Central, Eastern Europe
Status: Definitely Endangered
Spoken: U.S., Israel, Russia

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