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Languages of Bolivia


The official languages of Bolivia are Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, and Tupi Guarani. Spanish and Quechua are spoken primarily in the Andes region; Aymara is spoken in the east, and Guarani in the southeast on the border with Paraguay.

Co-official language

Bolivia also have around 30 smaller languages that are co-official in the areas where they are spoken.

Kallawaya language

Araona

Ayacucho Quechua

Aymara language

Ayoreo language

Bolivian Spanish

Callahuaya language/ Callawalla

Cavinena

Central Aymara

Eastern Bolivian Guarani

Guarani language

Itonama language

Inapari

Leco language

Plautdietsch

Puquina language

Qusqu-Qullaw

Reyesano language

Saraveca

South Bolivian Quechua

Southern Quechua

Tapiete

Uru language

Western Argentine Guarani

Wichi Lhamtes Vejoz

Wichi Lhamtes Nocten

See also

Bolivian Spanish

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