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This front matter section of the book A Grammar of Atong contains a list of tables, maps, figures, photos, abbreviations and symbols, the acknowledgments, Dakanggaba Katha, and foreword in English. Atong is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in the stream area of the Symsang river in the south Garo Hills District of Meghalaya in Northeast India, and in adjacent areas in the West Khasi Hills and, according to the author Atong friends, the Mymensingh district of Bangladesh. Many Atongs have migrated to Tura, the capital of the Garo Hills, in search of work or for their education.

Keywords: Atong; Tibeto-Burman language



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