Published September 24, 2015
Guarani is spoken by more than four million people throughout South America and by diaspora communities worldwide. It is the national language of Paraguay, where it shares co-official status with Spanish. Though it is one of the most widely-spoken indigenous languages in the Americas, Guarani's literary tradition is historically recent; its speakers first adopted the Latin alphabet in the sixteenth century, and the language's modern alphabet was not standardized until 1950. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1OLbamb.