Of the 6,000 languages spoken in the world, more than 800 are found in the isolated country of a Papua New Guinea tour .
The number of individual languages listed for Papua New Guinea is approximately 840. Of those, 11 have no known speakers. English is one of the nation's official languages — along with Tok Pisin (or Pidgin) and Motu — but don't count on finding English-speakers outside of the major cities. Only 2% of the population can speak English.
Good day: Gude, Yu Stap
Restroom: Ples Waswas, Rum
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