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Cooper, in his analysis of Coastal Suau, has highlighted the discrepancy between units identified by linguists and patterns of communication: COASTAL SUAU shall be defined to include those varieties of Suau generally spoken within the Suau Administrative Area of the Milne Bay District. Coastal Suau, thus defined, is a somewhat arbitrary label for a major part of the Suau speech continuum. Its western boundary is fairly distinct, for the neighbouring languages, Mailu and Oima, are nonAustronesian; its southern boundary is the sea itself, but across the mountains to the north and into the islands to the east there appear no sudden breaks.
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Dialects have 65% to 94% lexical similarity with each other. Hagahai has 63% to 70% lexical similarity with the three. Haruai has 29% to 37% lexical similarity with the four; Wapi has 8%. Hagahai has 19% lexical similarity with Kobon, some speak Harai, some Tok Pisin (especially boys). Medical workers report widespread health problems. Mountain slope. Hunter-gatherers. Altitude: 100 to 1300 meters. Work in progress. com/) Nekitel (1998) in his list of PNG languages has an entry Pinai (1500 speakers), Wapi (1000 speakers) and Hagahai (300 speakers).
Le nouvel anglais sans peine by Anthony Bulger