Indonesia’s archipelago spans through three time zones, from the east to the west. With 707 living languages spoken in Indonesia, Indonesia has the second-highest number of languages in the world, following Papua New Guinea to the east.
Many of these languages are spoken by a small number of people. Thus, they also face the risk of extinction soon if no preservation effort is done. Most of these languages are classified as Austronesian languages.
Here is a helpful guide on how to say “one, two, three”: