The Oto-Manguean Language Families


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All Oto-Manguean languages are considered tonal languages. What does that mean?

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1. _____ is the largest language family under the umbrella of the Oto-Manguean language family, possessing more than 450,000 speakers but only two subfamilies.

2. Many Oto-Manguean languages use the _____, a sudden cessation of sound at the end of a syllable like you would hear between the syllables of ''uh-oh.''

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