|Brazil, Bolivia, French Guiana, Paraguay, Peru|
Tupi-Guarani ( pronunciation (help·info)) is the name of the most important subfamily of the Tupian languages of South America. It includes fifty languages, including the best-known languages of the family, Guarani and Tupi.
Rodriguez (1984-1985) proposed eight tentative branches of Tupi-Guarani:
Two extinct languages, Aurá of Brazil and Pauserna of Bolivia, were not considered by Rodriguez.