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If $49,000 sounds to you like a drop in the bucket for a year of valuable experience, remember that the better "gap year" options are probably not available right now. PE This fall, you probably won't be teaching English in Peru while learning Quechua

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From northern Kenya’s Rendille people, to the Quechua community in Peru, indigenous women are speaking up for their rights and claiming their space.

Peruvian singer/songwriter Renata Flores performs hip hop & trap songs in the indigenous Quechua language that was the main language of the Inca empire.

Videos: Peruvian Renata Flores Championsquechua music'>Contemporary Quechua Music: Renata Flores is paving the way for a new generation of Quechua-speaking artists, creating empowered pop music that pays tribute to her Andean culture. La entrada Videos: Peruvian R..

Interview with @chhullunka , Quechua language digital activist "Southern Bolivia Quechua has an elaborate morphology with invaluable information on semantic nuances, adverbials, space, affectivity."

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Interview with @jermaniojeda , Quechua language digital activist "I dream that some day my language will be used as Spanish is, at all levels of education"

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"In the place where I come from, seeds are considered to have feelings and heart. And so you've got to treat them with lots of love." —Alejandro Argumedo, who is Quechua from Ayacucho, Peru.

Qosqo Maky, which means “from the hands of Cusco” in Quechua, is a family-owned, Peruvian retail store that aims to teach people about native Peruvian creativity and expression.

Does coronavirus "gets soroche, the Quechua word for altitude sickness?"

19-year-old Renata Flores raps to rescue Quechua — the language of her ancestors. From corruption to war and “everything that the Andean woman has had to go through," Renata's songs tackle the challenges facing her Indigenous community in Peru: | @nytimes 

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Renata Flores, 19, is part of a new generation of Peruvian artists producing contemporary music in Quechua, the most widely spoken Indigenous language in Latin America

Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia is a hyperglot. He has a command of 22 living languages, including: Spanish Italian English Mandarin French Esperanto Portuguese Romanian Quechua Shawi Aymara German Dutch Catalan Russian Japanese Korean Guarani Farsi Serbian

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Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia is a hyperpolyglot. He has a command of 22 living languages, including: Spanish Italian English Mandarin French Esperanto Portuguese Romanian Quechua Shawi Aymara German Dutch Catalan Russian Japanese Korean Guarani Farsi Serbian

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The word ‘papa' means Pope (Italian), father (English), shark (Swahili), arse (Maori) and potato (Quechua).

Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia is a hyperglot. He has a command of 22 living languages, including: Spanish Italian English Mandarin French Esperanto Portuguese Romanian Quechua Shawi Aymara German Dutch Catalan Russian Japanese Korean Guarani Farsi Serbian

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Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia is a hyperpolyglot. He has a command of 22 living languages, including: Spanish Italian English Mandarin French Esperanto Portuguese Romanian Quechua Shawi Aymara German Dutch Catalan Russian Japanese Korean Guarani Farsi Serbian

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From Spanish to Somali, from Quechua to Catalan, from Urdu to Uzbek, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is available in 512 languages. #StandUp4HumanRights  and share it today:

Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia is a hyperpolyglot. He has a command of 22 living languages, including: Spanish Italian English Mandarin French Esperanto Portuguese Romanian Quechua Shawi Aymara German Dutch Catalan Russian Japanese Korean Guarani Farsi Serbian

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Exclusive hyper car #PaganiHuayra  is nicknamed "God of the Winds" in Quechua, the official…

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