Argentina

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Argentina
A country in Americas
The number of individual languages listed for Argentina is 28. Of these, 24 are living and 4 are extinct. Of the living languages, 15 are indigenous and 9 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 6 are developing, 2 are vigorous, 10 are in trouble, and 5 are dying.
Official Name
Argentine Republic
Population Full

43,847,000 (2017 World Bank)

Principal Languages
Spanish
Literacy Rate
98% (2017 UNESCO)
Immigrant Languages
Basque, Catalan (174,000), Central Aymara (4,100), Hunsrik, Italian (1,500,000), Japanese (32,000), Lithuanian, North Levantine Spoken Arabic (1,000,000), Paraguayan Guaraní (200,000), Plautdietsch (4,000), Slovene (10,000), South Levantine Spoken Arabic (1,000), Turoyo, Ukrainian (27,000), Vlax Romani (52,000)
General References
Acebes 1966, Campbell 1997, Crevels 2007, Tovar 1961
Deaf Population
2,056,000
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for Argentina is 28. Of these, 24 are living and 4 are extinct. Of the living languages, 15 are indigenous and 9 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 6 are developing, 2 are vigorous, 10 are in trouble, and 5 are dying.
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