Chin Falam Language

The Chin Falam Language

List of language information for Chin, Falam. Fallam, Halam, Halam, Halam, Hallam Chin. A map showing where ChinFalam language is spoken. The Falam language Falam (Falam Chin), also known as Baro Halam, is a Kuki-Chin language in Falam Township, Chin State, Burma, and also in India.

The Falam Language

Falam in Falam (Falam Chin), also known as Baro Halam, is a Kuki-Chin language in Falam townships, Chin State, Burma, and also in India. First and foremost, the Falam are Christians and have interpreted the Bible into Falam Chin. Anthropologue is listing the following Falam vernacular. The name Falam was a name of a place established by the Taisun (also called Tashon in English), and Tashon was the native language of Falam.

It was populated by the neighbouring Sunthla (also called Sunkhla), Sim and Zahau (also called Zahao) peoples, who built a new language on the basis of these three strains, which are very different from the Taisun language, and this language later became commonly known as the Laizo language. The language Laizo was the first language to be included in the Chin Broadcast Literary System in Myanmar (Burma).

To be included in the Laizo language, this language was later modified to Falam language, although its formal name in the Laizo administration is Laizo. The Ethnologue report on the following Falam dialect spokesperson population since 1983: 9,000 Taisun, 16,000 Zanniat, 7,000 Khualsim, 4,000 Lente, 14,400 Zahau, 18,600 Laizo.

These are rehearsals of the Falam Chin: The Falam Chin is either romanised or spelled in British alphabet. However consonants (t with dot) and ng (guttural sound) and aw vowels are often used in writing and orating. "F-A-A-I-C-H." VOCAL AND VALENCE-CHANGING SURGERIES IN THE FALAM CHIN: A SCROLLING AND REFERENCE GRAMMATICAL APPROACH.

"Chinese (Falam) language". LOUAGUAGES. Cin Writers' Handbook.

Examples of 2000 global dialects

Courses for every price! Soil was shapeless and empty, and the dark obscured the waters. God's Holy Spirit hovered over the waters. And God said, "Let there be light!" There was therefore lighting. And God saw that the lights were good. Thus God divided it from the dark.

He called the sunlight "day" and the dark "night". God then said: "There shall be a skyline in the midst of the waters to divide the waters". Thus God created the skyline and divided the waters above and below the skyline. He called what was above the skyline "heaven".

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