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List of indigenous languages in Argentina

This is a list of Indigenous languages that are or were spoken in the present territory of Argentina.

Although the official language of Argentina is Spanish, several Indigenous languages are in use. Most are spoken only within their respective indigenous communities, some with very few remaining speakers. Others, especially Aymara, Quechua (South Bolivian Quechua and Santiago del Estero Quichua), Toba (Qom) and Guarani , are alive and in common use in specific regions. Finally, some such as Abipon and Yaghan, are now completely extinct. Since 2004 the Guarani language is official, together with Spanish, in the northeastern Corrientes Province.

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