Student documents rare Amazonian language
The Daily Utah Chronicle, 6/fev/2009. "Carolina Aragon has spent months in the Amazon Rainforest trying to preserve a language that is nearly extinct. Aragon, a first-year graduate student at the U, came to Utah from Brazil to study linguistics six months ago. She first began studying indigenous languages at the University of Brazil in the lab coordinated by Aryon Rodrigues, a linguistics professor."

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