Paraguayans can now navigate social media, post and poke in their country’s main indigenous language following the launch of a Guarani version of Facebook.

The version with Guarani settings will be available in Paraguay for three months. It will then be evaluated in light of disputes over Guarani spelling and usage.

Guarani is spoken by the majority of Paraguayans, and Guarani teacher Tadeo Zarratea says it has three versions: traditional, academic and yopara, which is a mix of Spanish and traditional Guarani. More.

See: ABC News

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