Inuit languages

The group of languages from the Eskimo-Aleut family, which are spoken by indigenous people living in arctic and subarctic areas. These are northern territories belonging to four countries: Canada, USA (Alaska), Russia (Chukchi Peninsula), Denmark (Greenland). Inuit languages include: inupiaq, inuwialuktun, inuktitut and Greenlandic language.

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