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Quechua

Native American language of South America. It was the language of the Inca Empire, and is today spoken in various dialects by some 9.6 million people throughout South America, including modern southern Colombia and Ecuador, all of Peru and Bolivia, north-western Argentina and northern Chile. It is the most widely spoken of all American Indian languages.

Quechua is a very regular language, but a large number of infixes and suffixes change both the overall significance of words and their subtle shades of meaning, allowing great expressiveness. It includes grammatical features such as bipersonal conjugation and conjugation dependent on mental state and veracity of knowledge, spatial and temporal relationships, and many cultural factors. (Quechua language)

Quechua-Russian

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