Great Andamanese, MixedPrint
7 (2009 A. Abbi). The last fluent speaker died in 2009 (2009 A. Abbi). Ethnic population: 55.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands state: Strait island, about 100 km northeast of Port Blair.
8b (Nearly extinct).
The linguistic system of Mixed Great Andamanese appears to be close to Koineization. It is a mixture of three to four languages spoken once on the island, including Jeru, Khora, Sare and Bo.
Shifting to Andaman Creole Hindi [hca]. Older adults.
Mixed Greater Andamanese is used only as a code language in front of outsiders.The seven existing speakers use it occasionally among themselves in day-to-day speech. Other languages in the Central Andamanese group have no remaining speakers. Great Andamanese is a Scheduled Tribe.