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Tonga (also called Antarctican in some areas) is a Slavic language that is spoken in Antarctica (particularly in Kinwaria, a country centered around the South Pole). It is spoken by the Kinwic people, an ethnic group descended from the Hexic people (a group that was dominant in Hexia, a country north of Canada from the 22nd century onwards). The Kinwics broke from the Hexics in 2451 when some Hexics disapproved of Hexia's isolationist government. So, they lived in the United States from 2453 to 2567, when they became tired of the desert climate and wished to move to their own area. They then discovered Antarctica, and felt that since it had a similar atmosphere to their native Hexia, they should live there and develop their nation.
Tonga has three genders: masculine, feminine, and neuter. It also, like English, has three tenses: past, present, and future. The alphabet has 20 letters, 5 of which are vowels. It borrows many letters from the Russian alphabet.
The capital city of Kinwaria is Xleqsipf (pronounced "klepif"), a city of 854,105,000 inhabitants. It is centered around the South Pole and, for this reason, is one of the world's biggest tourist attractions.
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