||30,000 (2007 M. Post). A few older adult monolinguals. 74,600 (Joshua Project 07); 150,000–250,000 (Gode Doke 2006).
||Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, West Siang, East Siang, Dibang Valley (south), Lohit (east), Changlang (northeast), some in Upper Subansiri (west) districts.
||Adi, Adi-Gallong, Adi-Galo, Galo, Gallong, Galong
||Lare, Pugo, Karka, Ngongo. Reportedly intelligible with other Adi dialects but sociolinguistically distinct. Lare is the main dialect and is accepted by all the Galo.
||Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, North Assam, Tani
||Nearly all speak some Hindi and Assamese [asm]. English is spoken by the educated and the young. Village, home. All ages. Hindi used in the military. English is used by educated and the young.
||Literacy rate in L2: 60%. More men can read than women but more girls and women are learning. Radio programs.
||Han script, Simplified variant. Latin script. Picturegrams script.
||A Scheduled Tribe. SOV; postpositions; genitives after noun heads; articles, adjectives, numerals before and after noun heads; relatives after noun heads or without; question word initial; maximum prefixes 2, maximum suffixes 4–5; affixes indicate case of noun phrase; causatives and comparatives; CV, CVC, CVV patterns; nontonal. Agriculturalists. Hinduized traditional religion, Buddhists, Christians.