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  1. There are in addition several Aeta hill-tribal languages of uncertain affiliation: Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Karolanos (Northern Binukidnon), Magahat (Southern Binukidnon), Sulod, and Umiray Dumaget . Most of the Central Philippine languages in fact form a dialect continuum and cannot be sharply distinguished as separate languages.

  2. Most of the major languages of the Philippines belong to the Greater Central Philippine subgroup: Tagalog, the Visayan languages Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Waray; Central Bikol, Maranao and Magindanao. On the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, Gorontalo is the third-largest language by number of speakers. Contents 1 History 2 Classification 3 See also

  3. Languages of the Philippines. There are some 120 to 187 languages spoken in the Philippines, depending on the method of classification. Almost all are Malayo-Polynesian languages native to the archipelago. A number of Spanish-influenced creole varieties generally called Chavacano are also spoken in certain communities.

  4. Central Cordilleran (includes Isinai, Kalinga, Bontoc, Balangao, Ifugao) Ilokan (within Ilokano alone) Northern Cordilleran or Banagic (includes Ibanag, Isneg, Gaddang) Yami – Ivatan – Itbayat b South Extension (includes Sambal group, Kapampangan ) North Mangyan Southern Philippines or Sulic Meso-Philippine South Mangyan (includes Hanunuo) Palawan

  5. Most of the major languages of the Philippines belong to the Greater Central Philippine subgroup: Tagalog, the Visayan languages Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Waray; Central Bikol, Maranao and Magindanao. On the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, Gorontalo is the third-largest language by number of speakers. ^

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  7. The Barito languages are around twenty Austronesian languages of Borneo, Southern Philippines, plus Malagasy, the national language of Madagascar. They are named after the Barito River . The Barito subgroup was first proposed by Hudson (1967), comprising the three branches East Barito, West Barito, and Mahakam (Barito–Mahakam).

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