ISO 639-3: cjs
||6,210. 50 monolinguals. Ethnic population: 13, 975.
||Altai Krai, Khakass Ao and Gorno-Altai Ao, on River Tomy.
Western Asian Russia, reference number 35
||Aba, Kondoma Tatar, Kuznets Tatar, Mras Tatar, Shortsy, Tom-Kuznets Tatar
||Mrassa (Mrasu), Kondoma. Some sources combine Shor and Chulym [clw].
||Altaic, Turkic, Northern
||Revival of study (I. Nevskaya 1996). Language association formed; a chair of Shor was formed at Pedagogical University in Novokuznetsk. Few domains except perhaps family. Used by few children. Neutral to strongly supportive.
||Literacy rate in L2: 95% in Russian. Altai missionaries developed first alphabet mid 19th century. Grammar.
||Different from Shor dialect of Khakas [kjh]. Traditional religion, Christian.