Sangu is a language spoken by the Sangu people, who live in central Africa. It is a tonal language, with two tones: high and low. There are about three hundred words in the Sangu language.
The Sangu language is not written, but it is possible to learn it by listening to recordings of native speakers. It is a difficult language to learn, but it is possible to learn it if you are willing to put in the effort.
The Sangu people are a friendly and welcoming people, and they are always willing to help visitors to their country learn their language. If you are interested in learning Sangu, there are many resources available online, and in your local library.