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Quechua is the language of the Incas that now spoken in Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and Argentina. Home.What is South Bolivian Quechua?
South Bolivian Quechua is an agglutinative, polysynthetic language with a rich derivational morphology, allowing the language to convey a large amount of information in a single word.What is the official language of South Bolivia?
Quechua is recognized as an official language of Bolivia, one of the 36 indigenous languages declared official in the nation's constitution. South Bolivian Quechua has a large number of speakers compared to other indigenous languages. However, Quechua is still in danger of devaluing and encroachment from the prestige language Spanish.What are the varities of Quechua?
In Ecuador varities of Quechua are known as Quichua. The Quechuan languages are thought to have descended from a common ancestor, known as Proto-Quechua. The modern Quechuan languages are not mutually intelligible, and each variety has a number of dialects. Varities of Quechua include: