Spoken L1 Language: Salasaca Highland Quichua

Comments on subclassification

Louisa R. Stark 1985

AES status:
shifting
Source:
Moseley, Christopher 2010
Comment:
Quichua (Cotopaxi, Tungurahua and Chimborazo) (1935-qxr, qug, qvi, qvj, qvo, qvz, qxl) = Definitely endangered; Quichua (Imbabura) (1929-qxr, qug, qvi, qvj, qvo, qvz, qxl) = Definitely endangered; Quichua (Pastaza) (1276-qxr, qug, qvi, qvj, qvo, qvz, qxl) = Definitely endangered; Quichua (Cañar and Azuay) (1930-qxr, qug, qvi, qvj, qvo, qvz, qxl) = Severely endangered; Quichua (Napo) (1275-qxr, qug, qvi, qvj, qvo, qvz, qxl) = Definitely endangered; Quichua (Salasaca) (586-qxr, qug, qvi, qvj, qvo, qvz, qxl) = Definitely endangered; Quichua (Loja) (1931-qxr, qug, qvi, qvj, qvo, qvz, qxl) = Severely endangered
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