|Region||Highlands of Irian Jaya|
|(30,000 cited 1988–1999)|
Dialectical differentiation is great enough that Ethnologue assigns separate codes to three varieties:
However, almost nothing is known of this language. Not even the pronouns were attested for Ross (2005) to base a classification on. With this said, new data is currently being elicited from correspondence between Quinn Cunningham and Felix Neckweck.
The phonology of the Yali language:
A /ɡ/ sound at the end of words is pronounced /ʁ/.
The following is a list of basic words and phrases in the Yali language:
Personal pronouns of the Yali language
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