Tndht pthiwa nd yon husenf. Nd yon husenf ruhasomof yifemmemrof yimof briaha yemro yak harikot. Yimof mngrako tohmof. Tohmof nd kuka mambrift, rot muhmoatn hahwemotf nuam hemoutf. Gadenm yihato mswirm maspa tutohato nd mukopam, kaukaupam, nd misngpam hanyhemoatf hemoutf. Hahwemoutf dbhanano rot memote, "Nane nd tek bfat wahirwanwe ndha yon harhwa. Nifnhu yifemmemrof bi niefe,... Continue Reading →
The Alamblak language is spoken in the Angoram District of the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. The main dialect is spoken in twelve villages on the on middle Karawari river. In 1979 the population was 974 according to the census. The 2000 census lists it at 1,530 people. Village Listing Tanganbit Munduku Amongabi... Continue Reading →
The Alamblak language is spoken by approximately 1500 people living in the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. It is a Papuan language, classified within the Alamblak Language Family of the Sepik Hill Stock. Alamblak is an agglutinating polysynthetic language, with predominately suffixing and some prefixing on verbs. The basic word order of the clause is SOV.