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  • May 18, 2011
  • 12:04 AM

Busuu language, with only 8 speakers left, seeking a comeback in song

Melissa Bell / Washington Post
One group of eight people, the last speakers of the Busuu tongue, spoken in Cameroon, are fighting to keep their words relevant in the viral video age. With the help of a savvy Spanish ad agency, the last speakers of Busuu have recorded a song and music video in the ancient language to encourage other people to pick it up.

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