Nahuatl Guerrero - Spanish Bilingual New Testament / In Yencuic Iyectlajtoltzin Dios Itech Ica ToTeco Jesucristo

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Nahuatl, Guerrero - Spanish Bilingual New Testament

  • Nahuatl, Guerrero - Español Nuevo Testamento Bilingüe
  • In Yencuic Iyectlajtoltzin Dios Itech Ica ToTeco Jesucristo
  • La Biblia La Palabra De Dios Para Todos
  • Nahuatl
  • Spanish Español 

Nahuatl, Guerrero (ngu)/Spanish (spa) Bilingual New Testament (Nov. 2015) 

  • Publisher: Virtual Storehouse
  • Printed: 2015
  • Paperback 

Nahuatl, Guerrero is also known as Guerrero Aztec and Náhuatl de Guerrero. It is spoken in various municipalities of along the Balsas River including Tepecoacuilco de Trujano, Huitzuco de los figueroa, Atenango del Río, Copalillo, Mártir de Cuilapan, Zitlala, Tixtla de Guerrero, Mochitlán, Quechultenango, Chilapa de Álvarez, Ahuacuotzingo, Olinalá, Atlixtac, Zapotitlan Tablas, Ayutla de los Libres, Cualác, Huamuxtitlán, Xochihuehuetlán, Tlapa de Comonfort, Alpoyeca, Xalpatláhuac, and Alcozauca de Guerrero.It is written in the Latin script. There is some video material in addition to a dictionary in this language. It is a subject–verb–object ordered language. The words tend to be long with affixes and clitics. Guerrero Nahuatl is not tonal. 

The Spanish language (/ˈspænɪʃ/; español ), also called the Castilian language (/kæˈstɪliən/ castellano ), is a Romance language that originated in the Castile region of Spain and today has hundreds of millions of native speakers around the world. It is usually considered the world's second-most spoken native language, after Mandarin Chinese. Spanish is a part of the Ibero-Romance group of languages, which evolved from several dialects of Vulgar Latin in Iberia after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century. The oldest Latin texts with traces of Spanish come from mid-northern Iberia in the 9th century, and the first systematic written use of the language happened in Toledo, then capital of the Kingdom of Castile, in the 13th century. Beginning in the early 16th century, Spanish was taken to the colonies of the Spanish Empire, most notably to the Americas, as well as territories in Africa, Oceania and the Philippines.



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