The Ch'orti' language, also known as Ch'orti', is an indigenous language spoken in Central America, primarily in the region of the eastern highlands of Guatemala and the Mosquitia region of Honduras. It is a member of the Mayan language family and belongs to the Ch'olan branch.

The Ch'orti' people are indigenous to the region of eastern Guatemala and western Honduras, and have a rich cultural heritage dating back to the time of the ancient Mayas. The Ch'orti' language is an agglutinative language, which means that words are formed by adding suffixes to roots. It is also a tonal language, with a range of tones used to convey different meanings.

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Ch'orti' is an important part of the cultural identity of the Ch'orti' people and is used in a wide range of settings, including media, education, and government. It is also an important tool for communication and social interaction, as it is spoken by thousands of people in the region.

The Ch'orti' language is endangered, with many young people in the Ch'orti' communities speaking only Spanish. There has been some effort to preserve and revitalize the language, including the development of a standardized writing system and the creation of language learning materials. However, the future of the Ch'orti' language is uncertain, and it is important to continue efforts to preserve and promote this important part of the cultural heritage of Central America.