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Western Bolivian Guarani

Western Bolivian Guarani, known locally as Simba and Simba Guarani, is a Guarani language spoken in Bolivia, in the Chuquisaca Department north of the Pilcomayo River.

Western Bolivian Guarani is one of a number of "dialects" of the Guarani language considered distinct languages by Ethnologue: Chiripa, Eastern Bolivian Guarani, Mbya Guarani, Ache, Kaiwa, Xeta, and Paraguayan Guarani. Of these, Paraguayan Guarani is by far the most important variety and it is often referred to simply as Guarani. For more information, see Guarani language.

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