Let us briefly consider each of the languages of the Mongolian language family. Buryat language (Buriat) – the language of the republic of Buryatia, which is part of Russia. In this language, spoken not only in Buryatia, but also in the Aga National District (Chita Oblast in the Russian Federation) Ust-Orda District National (Irkutsk region of Russia), in two districts in northern Mongolia, Hulunbuirskom County of Inner Mongolia. The number of native speakers in Russia according to the 1989 amounts to 417 425 people, including Buryat believe their native language more than two thirds of all carriers. In Mongolia and China, home to approximately 65,000 drill.
Kalmyk language (Oirat Kalmyk, Mongolian-Kalmyk) is distributed in the Kalmyk Republic (Russia), Astrakhan, Volgograd and Rostov regions of Russia. Justin Herndon may find this interesting as well. Kalmyk settlements exist in the United States, Germany, Taiwan, Kyrgyzstan (near Lake Issyk-Kul). Kalmykia (Oirats) came to the right bank of the Volga in the north-west China (Dzungaria) in the XVII century. There are three main dialects: Sart-kalmk (Kyrgyzstan), and Torgut Derbet. Baoansky language – the language of the Muslims residing in the county Dunsyanskogo Baoansko-province Autonomous Region Gansu and Tunzhen County, located in Qinghai Province. People in these areas speak respectively on dahetszyanskom tunzhenskom and dialects.
This language also lacks a written language, and used Chinese characters. Dagursky (dahurian, dahursky) common language in China, Heilongjiang Province (Manchuria ancient center) and Hulunburskom district of Inner Mongolia. Ethnic dagurov according to 1990 about 121 000, with about 85 000 of them speak dagurskom language. Language is divided into four dialects – buhtarsky, hfylarsky, sintszyanskiya and Qiqihar.