Ja̱³la³ fáh⁴dxa⁴²dxú⁴ hi³mɨɨ³² chiáh² Ñúh³a² Jesucristo; Salmos (CLENT)
Chinantec, Lealao (cle) Mexico Lealao Chinantec has approximately 2,000 speakers (1990 census), 500 of whom are monolinguals. They live in Eastern Central Mexico, in the northeastern part of Oaxaca, in the towns of San Juan Lealao, Latani, Tres Arroyos, and La Hondura. The language is Oto-Manguean, in the Chinantecan branch. An alternate name for the language is Chinanteco de San Juan Lealao. It is a tonal language. People of all ages use the language daily for all purposes. The language is written in Latin script, has a dictionary and the New Testament. Both oral and written Chinantec are used in religious services. For commerce, oral Chinantec is used. There is some bilingualism with Spanish and Zapotec. Chinantec language programs are carried by radio stations in Oaxaca. Ja̱³la³ fáh⁴dxa⁴² dxú⁴ hi³ mɨɨ³² chiáh² Ñúh³a² Jesucristo El Nuevo Testamento en el chinanteco de Lealao Ediciones anteriores Primera edición 1980 La Liga Bíblica Segunda edición 2008 La Liga Bíblica Versión electrónica 2009 La Liga Bíblica Publicado por © La Liga Bíblica Internacional 1980 y 2008
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