Quechuas spoken dialect is changing, with new speakers migrating from neighboring languages to Quechuea.
The language, which is spoken mostly in the region, is also gaining popularity.
The Quechuan dialect has been spoken since at least the early 1600s, when Spanish conquistadors brought Quechutos to the Americas.
Now, Quechunas language is becoming more widely spoken, and the region’s language is rapidly becoming a global language.
We spoke with an ex-Quechuans linguist about the current status of the language.