Language Born of Colonialism Thrives Again in Amazon
The New York Times (August 28, 2005). "[…] Elsewhere in Brazil, língua geral as a living, spoken tongue died off long ago. But in this remote and neglected corner of the Amazon where Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela meet, the language has not only managed to survive, it has made a remarkable comeback in recent years."

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