The Central Institute of Indian Languages is entrusted with the responsibility of assisting the development of tribal and other minor languages. Apatanis are concentrated in the South Central region of the Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. The language is a sub-language of the Tibeto-Burman family of languages.
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Abotani action identified action is performed added to indicate adjective adverbs alongwith alyan alyi anyi Apatani arda beer Buru burubo cate clause conjoined marker danyi dative deictic deixis Dumi elder brother embedded verb exist existential verb follow the headnoun forest loc formed by adding found in Apatani genitive marker give Grammar hika hila lu hime hopa house loc I-acc I-gen indi inka Kago lanhela locative noun luni main verb mihioho mo'lu mo'mi nika nimi non-proximal past noun phrase numeral nunu nyima nyimi object occurs with nouns paddy performing the action pestle Pibi pica Picha pig acc pinka place of action proximate referent rice rida Rinyo sani sentence sika someone speaker speech act syllable Tadde tall Tani tani luni tanibo tell tell-nom Tibeto-Burman languages tree verb root verb to form verb to indicate vowel word Yalyo younger brother Ziro