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Dzongkha (also known as "Bhutanese") is the national language of Bhutan, with approximately 170,000 native speakers, and approximately 470,000 people who speak it as a second language. Dzongkha is a South Tibetan language, and closely related (and partially intelligible) with Sikkimese. It is more distantly related to standard Modern Central Tibetan, although they are largely mutually unintelligible. However, the written forms of Dzongkha and Tibetan are similar, as they are both highly influenced by the liturgical Classical Tibetan language, used by Buddhist monks for many centuries. Dzongkha is typically written using the Bhutanese forms of the Tibetan script.
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