|Welcome to the Inuktitut page, featuring courses and software for learningInuktitut! Inuktitut is the name of some of the Inuit languages spoken in northernmost Canada, and recognised as an official language in Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and in Nunavik (a part of Quebec), and has recognition in Nunatsiavut. Inuktitut is a member of the Eskimo-Aleut language family, closely related to the Yupik languages, and more remotely to the Aleut language. It has a highly regular morphology which admits few exceptions, and an agglutinative language with a rich morphological system, in which a succession of different morphemes are suffixed to root words; Inuktitut has hundreds of distinct suffixes, in some dialects as many as 700. There are estimated to be around 35,000 speakers of Inuktitut in Canada. If you have any questions or can't find what you need, please e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org.