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Meghalaya Garo Language
Garo language is also known as Garrow or it is even known as by the names of people such as Mande. This language is mostly spoken by the people living in Garo Hills in the Indian state of Meghalaya. Moreover this language is used in Dhubri, Kamrup, Goalpara and Darrang district of Assam. It is even used in adjoining areas of Bangladesh. Furthermore this language uses Latin script which itself has some close similarity with Bodo language and therefore it is considered as language if dominant communities. In addition Garo verbal communication is written in Latin as well as in Bengali script also. Additionally the department of this Garo contains only one kind of its world which was developed by well known demand by inception of Eastern North Hill University. Also this department recognized few videotapes and audio parts of epic poetry of Katta Agana. In few songs, folktales and traditional oral poetries Garo language is used in all these forms. This official language is used as second official language in the Indian state of Bangladesh and even contains a high literacy rate in it.
This Garo language is orated by 800,000 people residing in the Garo Hills of the Indian state of Meghalaya. Moreover it is also widely spoken in several districts of Dhubri, Kamrup, Darrang and Goalpara in Assam. Also many people from Bangladesh converse in this medium of communication.
This Garo language belongs to Sino Tibetan language family group. Moreover this group has few sub groups such as Tibeto Burman, Bodo Koch, Garo and Brahmaputran groups. Furthermore Garo language is a Tibeto Burman verbal communication and is widely spoken by groups of Bodo Konyak Jingpho. It is also closely linked up with Bodo language. Many tribal people converse in this language which is also related to Assamese language. It is even regarded as prominent language of the Indian state of Meghalaya and is also considered as the official language.
Garo language has A’beng dialect. There are also some dialects of this language other than this A’beng dialect which exist in Indian region of Bangladesh. These dialects are Du’al and Me’gum dialects.
This Garo language has official status in Indian state of Meghalaya.
There are huge numbers of Garo speakers which are widespread all over the world. Also there are few dialects according to which this language is spoken. Moreover this language does not inhabit any such particular tone and even the syllable structure is similar to many language and tone of Asian Languages. Furthermore the phonology of Garo language is very sharp except for some loan words.
The grammar also plays a vital role in Garo language. Its simple sentence even includes a verb and adverb base and some suffixes of tenses.