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Q'eqchi' language

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  1. one of the Mayan languages, natively spoken within Q'eqchi' communities in Guatemala, El Salvador and Belize

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  2. sometimes written Kekchi

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  3. 1) Educational texts meant to teach people how to speak, read or write Q'eqchi'

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  4. In Guatemala, Q'eqchi' is spoken in the departments of Alta Verapaz, Petén, Izabal, Baja Verapaz, and El Quiché

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  5. Several Maya communities in the Toledo District of Belize use this language as their first language, and the majority of Mayas in Toledo speak Q'eqchi'

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