- SPEAKER ATTITUDE
- positive (Native speakers are engaged in the Kurtöp Documentation Project)
- OTHER LANGUAGES USED BY THE COMMUNITY
- LANGUAGE CONTEXT COMMENTS
Dzongkha, the national language, is the language that is taught in school (along with English) and has a written tradition in Bhutan. The Kurtöp/English/Dzongkha dictionary is on the way. Educated speakers of Kurtöp are also fluent in Dzongkha and English whereas uneducated speakers are able to speak Dzongkha or Chocangaca.
- Scripts (Writing system)
- roman scripts; 'Ucen scripts
- More on Orthography
Both roman scripts and 'Ucen scripts were developed though only roman scripts are in use practically.