How to count in Balangao, a member of the Philippine branch of Malayo-Polynesian languages spoken in Luzon in the Philippines.
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|Numeral||Cardinal numbers||Ordinal numbers|
|4 times||ah mangempat|
|5 times||ah mangallema|
Source: Hen Nat-énat-én way ale. A phrase book for Balingao. Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc. Manila – 1980.
Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl
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