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The Warlpiri language is spoken by about 3,000 of the Warlpiri people in Australia's Northern Territory. It is one of the Ngarrka languages of the large Southwest branch of the Pama-Nyungan family, and is one of the largest aboriginal languages in Australia in terms of number of speakers.
Since the 1950s, Warlpiri has been written in the Roman alphabet using a system originally devised by Lothar Jagst and subsequently modified slightly. Warlpiri orthography uses only ordinary letters, with no accent marks.
In Warlpiri culture, it is considered impolite or shameful for certain family relations to converse (for example, a woman should not converse with her son-in-law). If such conversation is necessary, the speakers use a special register of the Warlpiri language called the avoidance register. The avoidance register has the same grammar as ordinary Warlpiri, but a drastically reduced lexicon; most content words are replaced either by a generic synonym or by a word unique to the avoidance register.
The Warlpiri language has a signed as well as a spoken mode.
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