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How To Say “One, Two, Three” In Various Indonesian Languages

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”:

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