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  • Jul 31, 2011
  • 12:29 PM

A Chance to Record Some of the 112 Local Languages

Reyhan Harmanci / New York Times
Croatian, Navaho, Swahili, Czech, even Scottish Gaelic and more are spoken in the Bay Area. With 112 languages in use locally, according to the census, the Bay Area is one of the country’s most linguistically diverse metropolitan areas. (Los Angeles, the most diverse, has 137.)

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