Kamkata-viri language

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Kamkata-viri is a language spoken by the Nuristani people of Afghanistan. It is composed of three different dialects. It is the most common language Nuristani people use. There are between 40.000 and 60.000 speakers. Many speakers of the language have a low literacy rate. One of the dialects is used for radio, in parts of Afghanistan.