Inga

Introduction

The Inga people are an indigenous ethnic group from the Southwest region of Colombia. They speak a dialect of Quechua known as Inga Kichwa. Almost all Inga people are bilingual in Inga and Spanish, which has caused fear that the Inga language might be an endangered language.

 
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