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Mexico
A country in Americas
The number of individual languages listed for Mexico is 292. Of these, 287 are living and 5 are extinct. Of the living languages, 282 are indigenous and 5 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 87 are developing, 76 are vigorous, 90 are in trouble, and 33 are dying.
Population Full

128,632,000 (2016 World Bank)

Principal Languages
Spanish
Literacy Rate
94% (2017 UNSD)
Immigrant Languages
Basque, Catalan, Chinese (31,000), English (350,000), Japanese (35,000), Q’anjob’al (8,340)
General References
Adelaar 2007, Campbell 1997, Egland et al 1983
Deaf Population
1,300,000–5,590,000 (1998)
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for Mexico is 292. Of these, 287 are living and 5 are extinct. Of the living languages, 282 are indigenous and 5 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 87 are developing, 76 are vigorous, 90 are in trouble, and 33 are dying.
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