Tumak is a East Chadic language spoken in the southwest of Chad, mainly in the Mandoul Region of the Moyen-Chari Prefecture. In 1993 there were about 25,200 speakers of Tumak, which is also known as Toumak, Tumag, Tummok, Tumac or Dije.
Tumak alphabet and pronunciation
Tumak has three tones. The high tone is indicated with an acute accent (á), and the low with a grave accent (à). The mid tone is not marked
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