Kankanaey is a member of the South-Central Cordilleran branch of the Philippine language family. It is spoken by about 240,000 people mainly in Mountain Province, and also in northern Benguet Province in the north Luzon in the Philippines. It's name is also written Kankana-ey. Kankanaey is related to Ilocano
Ama mi ay wada ed langit, madaydayaw koma din nasantoan ay ngadan mo. Domteng koma din panturayam isnan daga ta say matongpal din laydem isnan daga ay kaman ed langit. Iyaam dakami ed wani sin kanen ay kasapolan mi. Pakawanem din basbasol mi, tan pinakawan mi abe din binmasol en dakami. Bomadang ka abe ta adi kami masolsolisog mo adi et mailisi kami si lawa.
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