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All of the speakers are older adults. Middle-aged adults have some understanding of it, but no children speak or understand Abom.
- "Sociolinguistic survey of the Tirio language family", Tim Jore and Laura Aleman. Unpublished Manuscript.
- "Endangered languages listing: ABOM [aob]" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-05-06.
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