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New 'Mixed' Language Discovered in Northern Australia

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A new language, one that combines elements of English with traditional indigenous speech, has been discovered in northern Australia, according to a new study.

The language, now known as Light Warlpiri, is spoken by approximately 300 people in a remote desert community about 400 miles (644 kilometers) from Katherine, a town located in Australia's Northern Territory,

- See more at: http://www.livescience.com/37501-australia-language-discovery.html#sthash.cxzd8QSH.dpuf
 A new language, one that combines elements of English with traditional indigenous speech, has been discovered in northern Australia, according to a new study.

The language, now known as Light Warlpiri, is spoken by approximately 300 people in a remote desert community about 400 miles (644 kilometers) from Katherine, a town located in Australia's Northern Territory,

A new language, one that combines elements of English with traditional indigenous speech, has been discovered in northern Australia, according to a new study.

The language, now known as Light Warlpiri, is spoken by approximately 300 people in a remote desert community about 400 miles (644 kilometers) from Katherine, a town located in Australia's Northern Territory,

- See more at: http://www.livescience.com/37501-australia-language-discovery.html#sthash.cxzd8QSH.dpuf

A new language, one that combines elements of English with traditional indigenous speech, has been discovered in northern Australia, according to a new study.

The language, now known as Light Warlpiri, is spoken by approximately 300 people in a remote desert community about 400 miles (644 kilometers) from Katherine, a town located in Australia's Northern Territory,

- See more at: http://www.livescience.com/37501-australia-language-discovery.html#sthash.cxzd8QSH.dpuf

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