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Ggwanga kiyaghhtaqunga Hungary-mi.
Хўаңа кияҳтақуңа Венгрия-ми.
I live in Hungary.

Saint Lawrence Island variant of Central Siberian Yupik (CSY SLI) is entirely new to me, but I have learnt the Russian Far North variant of Central Siberia Yupik (CSY RFN) for a few years. It is said that these two are almost identical: Ungazighmiit (Уңазиӷмӣт) and Sivuqaghhmiit (Сивуқаҳмӣт) can understand each other.

I am interested also in the almost recently extinct language of Sireniki Eskimos (Sighenegmiit, Сиӷыныгмӣт), spoken once in Siberian village Sireniki, and partially in neighboring settlements, like Imtuk. Some scolars accept that this language was so different from other Siberian Yupik dialects (and from Yupik languages), that it should be classified as a standalone third branch of Eskimo langauges.

To do

Papek
Extending further
Aghnaghaq

References

The books I used for learning Siberian examples of Eskimo languges:

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