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Learn Assamese

Get the right language on your travels in India and neighbouring Nepal and Pakistan: due to the high number of spoken languages, the 'official' language may not be the best one to learn for every area. The Indic languages belong to different language families and many use unique alphabets, but uTalk will help you out with its alphabet section and how to find the right words and phrases.§

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Fun facts about Assamese

The state of Assam is the world’s largest tea-growing region and is home to Assam tea. Tea gardens in Assam do not follow Indian Standard Time but instead follow Tea Garden Time, which is an hour ahead, to boost productivity during daylight hours.

The Assamese script is almost identical to Bengali, with the exception of two letters. But the pronunciation of many letters is very different.

There is no word for 'hug' in Assamese. The closest would be 'to hold tightly'.

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