Citations:Budong-Budong

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English citations of Budong-Budong

  • 2006, Language diversity in the Pacific: endangerment and survival (Denis Cunningham, D. E. Ingram, Kenneth Sumbuk) (ISBN 1853598674)
    The three smallest languages in Sulawesi, and probably the mostthreatened as aresult, are Tangkou (50–70 speakers in 1985), Budong-Budong (70 speakers or fewer in 1988) and Dampal (fewer than 100 speakers in 1990).