Amara is an Austronesian language spoken by about 1200 individuals along the northwest coast of West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea on the island of New Britain. Speakers have close to a 100% bilingualism with Bariai, and many also speak Tok Pisin.

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  • L’amara est une des langues ngero-vitiaz, parlée par 1 200 locuteurs[Quand ?], le long de la côte nord-ouest de la province de Nouvelle-Bretagne occidentale. Ses locuteurs parlent presque tous bariai et de nombreux parlent tok pisin. (fr)
  • Amara is an Austronesian language spoken by about 1200 individuals along the northwest coast of West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea on the island of New Britain. Speakers have close to a 100% bilingualism with Bariai, and many also speak Tok Pisin. (en)
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  • Austronesian
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  • Amara
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  • L’amara est une des langues ngero-vitiaz, parlée par 1 200 locuteurs[Quand ?], le long de la côte nord-ouest de la province de Nouvelle-Bretagne occidentale. Ses locuteurs parlent presque tous bariai et de nombreux parlent tok pisin. (fr)
  • Amara is an Austronesian language spoken by about 1200 individuals along the northwest coast of West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea on the island of New Britain. Speakers have close to a 100% bilingualism with Bariai, and many also speak Tok Pisin. (en)
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  • Amara language (en)
  • Amara (langue) (fr)
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  • Amara (en)
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