Savosavo is a Central Solomon Papuan language spoken by about 2,500 people (in 2008) on Savo Island north of Guadalcanal in the Central Province of the Solomon Islands.
There are two main orthographies for Savosavo: one devised by the Catholic church, and another by Anglican church, with only a few minor differences between them. Few Savosavo speakers can write, but the language is sometimes used to write public notices and private letters. There is also a translation of part of the Anglican prayer book.
This is the Anglican orthography. In the Catholic orthography G is written Q and Gh is written G. In other orthographies Gn is written Ñ and Ng is written N̄.
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