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  Does language of Apache Indians still exist?
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21st Nov 2023, 8:55 AM
Hi Guys,
Yes, the Apache people continue to preserve and use their languages, although they face challenges due to cultural shifts and the dominance of English. The Apache language family includes several distinct languages such as Western Apache, Eastern Apache, and others. https://nregajobcardlists.org/ Efforts by tribal communities, educators, and linguists aim to revitalize and maintain these languages through language programs, schools, cultural initiatives, and documentation to ensure their survival and transmission to younger generations.

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