Last Two Speakers of Dying Language Refuse to Talk to Each Other | TIME.com
The survival of an endangered language may depend on two people — and all they want to do is ignore each other.
Manuel Segovia and Isidro Velazquez, the last speakers of a language called Ayapaneco, live less than half a mile away from each other in Ayapa, Mexico. But no matter how precious the cultural implications of keeping their language alive are, they are not going to speak to each other.
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