THE centuries-old Ayapaneco language is at risk of dying out, with the two remaining people fluent in it not speaking to each other. Manuel Segovia, 75, and Isidro Velazquez, 69, live just 500 metres apart in the Mexican village of Ayapa, but have not spoken in years. It is unknown whether an argument is at the root of their issues, or if they simply dont have anything to say to one another. Speaking to The Guardian, Daniel Suslak, a linguistic anthropologist from Indiana University, who is part of a team trying to produce anAyapaneco dictionary, said 'they dont have a lot in common. Metro