The Nyah Kur language is an Austroasiatic language spoken by a remnant of the Mon people of Dvaravati who live in present-day Thailand. It is spoken by only a few thousand people, whose number is rapidly decreasing. This course is a product of a workshop between SOAS (London) and Mahidol University (Bangkok) on the documentation of indigenous languages. Let us know If you use the course content anywhere outside of Memrise: We would like to track how and when the Nyah Kur language is shared.
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