Let's discuss this topic appeared in the East African The way the linguistic situation in Tanzania is represented needs to be corrected. There are a number of languages in Tanzania that have already become extinct, as well as many languages that are endangered at some level. According to the Unesco atlas (UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in danger) cited in the study, Tanzania has 12 languages that are categorised somewhere between vulnerable and extinct. A number of these are spoken in both Kenya and Tanzania, including the Suba language, which is the focus of much of the article. Even a number of Tanzanian Bantu languages are endangered, including for example Zaramo, Kami and Vidunda.