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Skotchiau village recordings

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Five cassette tapes recorded in Skotchiau (Skotiau) village, Sandaun Province at the end of 2002/beginning of 2003. Languages include:
Mnanki: In 2002 noted to be quite strong, kids learning, probably about 100 speakers in Skotiau village, and apparently also spoken in other villages. Probably classified as a variety of Manem.
Manem: In 2002 noted to be in a similar situation to Mnanki (not as strong as Mnanki in Skotiau village but is apparently spoken in 5 other villages).
Arso: Small amount recorded with a single female speaker, living in Skotchiau village, no other details known.
Other languages spoken in the village in 2002 included Tok Pisin and Papuan Malay/Bahasa.

No more recent information has been gathered by this researcher.

Created: 27 09 2012

Data time period: 30 11 2002 to 31 12 2002

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117.8888,-2.44565

159.9609001,-0.6702 159.9609001,-12.0823 140.8419695,-12.0823 140.8419695,-0.6702 159.9609001,-0.6702

150.4014348,-6.37625

141.041,-2.835 141.041,-3.057 140.588,-3.057 140.588,-2.835 141.041,-2.835

140.8145,-2.946

text: Indonesia

iso31661: ID

text: Papua New Guinea

iso31661: PG

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