Peru is considered a multilingual country because it has 72 languages and dialects in use.
Spanish is the official and most widely spoken around the country. Quechua and Aymara are both indigenous languages which are mostly spoken in the highlands. But there are lots of dialects in the mountains and the jungle which are being forgotten because of different socio-cultural and geographical factors.
In your opinion, which are these factors? Will these languages and dialects eventually die?
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