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Taa language

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  1. As of 2002 Taa is spoken by about 4,200 people worldwide

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  2. Until the rediscovery of a few elderly speakers of Nǀu in the 1990s, Taa was thought to be the last surviving member of the Tuu language family

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  3. East Taa includes ‘N|ohan and East !Xoon, among others, whereas West Taa includes Nusan and West !Xoon

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  4. Traill worked with East !Xoon, and the DoBeS project is working with ‘N|ohan and West !Xoon

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  5. Taa, also known as ǃXóõ, is a Khoisan language with a very large number of phonemes (speech sounds), with at least 58 consonants, 31 vowels, and four tones (Traill 1985, 1994 on East !Xoon), or at least 87 consonants, 20 vowels, and two tones (DoB

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