Book of Mormon Languages given out so far, as of April 2011.
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The following is a list of languages that I've given out so far in Indianapolis. Countries where the language is spoken are in parenthesis.
Books of Mormon, placed one-on-one, face-to-face:
Afrikaans (South Africa), Albanian (Nov 2007), Amharic (Ethiopia), Arabic, Bengali (Bangladesh, India), Cambodian, Cebuano (Philippines), Croatian, Dutch, Chinese, English, Fante (Ghana), French, Greek, Haitian Creole, Hiligaynon (aka Ilonggo) (Philippines), Hindi (India), Hmong, Hungarian, Igbo (Nigeria), Ilokano (Philippines), Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kisii (Kenya), Korean, Laotian, Latvian, Lingala (Democratic Republic of the Congo), Lithuanian, Mongolian, Navajo, Persian (aka Farsi) (Iran), Polish, Pohnpeian (Micronesia), Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Shona (Zimbabwe), Sinhala (India), Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), Tagalog (Philippines), Tamil (Sri Lanka, India), Telugu (India), Thai, Tongan, Tswana (Botswana), Turkish, Twi (Ghana), Ukrainian, Urdu (Pakistan), Vietnamese, Xhosa (South Africa), Yoruba (Nigeria), Zulu (South Africa). (58 languages.)
Books of Mormon, other languages placed through helpers, or outside of Indianapolis:
Languages in which there is no Book of Mormon yet, but I placed a copy of Gospel Fundamentals, or Gospel Principles Simplified, or the Joseph Smith Testimony pamphlet:
Bambara, Bemba, Burmese, Ewe, Fon, Fulani, Hausa, Kannada, Luganda (Jan 2011), Malayalam, Mandinka, Marathi, Ndebele, Pashto, Punjabi, Somali (Af-Maxaa dialect), Tshiluba, Wolof. (17)
Languages which are represented in Indianapolis, and for which the church has material (Book of Mormon or other) but I haven't given out any yet.
Languages which I've encountered, for which I don't believe the church has any material.
Chichewa (Malawi), Gujerati (India), Isoko (Nigeria), Somali (Af-Maay dialect), Tigrinya (Eritrea).