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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Q'eqchi' language is one of the Mayan languages, natively spoken within Q'eqchi' communities in Guatemala and Belize. In Guatemala, Q'eqchi' is spoken in the departments of Alta Verapaz, Petén, Izabal, Baja Verapaz, and El Quiché. Several Maya communities in the Toledo District of Belize use this language as their first language, and the majority of Mayas in Toledo speak Q'eqchi'. Q'eqchi' has traditionally been described as having two dialects one spoken in Cobán, Alta Verapaz, and the surrounding areas; and an "eastern" dialect spoken everywhere else. There are several orthographies for writing Q'eqchi', but only two are in widespread use. One was developed by Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) field researchers, principally Guillermo Sedat in the 1950s and Francis Eachus and Ruth Carlson in the 1960s. Though this orthography is no longer considered standard, it remains in circulation in large part due to the popularity of a few texts including the Protestant Bible produced by the SIL/Wycliffe Bible Translation Project, and a widely-used language learning workbook "Aprendamos Kekchi."
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