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Murui Huitoto is an indiginous American Huitoto language of the Witotoan family spoken by thousands of native people in western South America alongside the Ampiyacu, Putumayo, and Napo rivers.
Murui has literacy rates lower than 1% compared to second language Spanish with between 15 to 25%, however 95% of people under the age of 40 are indeed literate. When written it uses the Roman Script. A dictionary and grammer rules have been developed.
In Perú the language is in use, by 1,000 people, both orally and in written form in areas such as religious services, although there are almost no monolinguals. It has official standing in this nation and is used in schools, nevertheless it is in decline and being replaced with Spanish.
The language has 1,900 speakers in southwestern Colombia where it enjoys a more positive connotation.
It was formerly spoken in Brazil as well, however it is extinct in that country.
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