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Does animals speak the same language?
No, different speciesof animals speak different languages. a whale and a dog can hear each other but do not understand what they are trying to say.even rabbits and Giraffes have their own communicantion sistem but unfortunatly we cant even hear this language.
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The Normans lived in the North of France in an area that to this day is still called Normandy. They had a dialect that would have been similar to the French used at the time b…ut mixed with words from their Norse heritage. The Anglo-Saxons were made up of tribes occupying what is now present day England and speaking their own separate language. After the Norman Conquest in 1066 with the occupation of the Norman forces and the power separated between Norman lords who had fought for William the Conqueror it was clear who was Norman and who was Saxon by the languages they spoke. This showed and divided the social classes with the poor Saxons who served on Norman land calling the livestock their original Saxon words 'Pig' and 'Cow' then when it was slaughtered and served to the Norman Lords it would be given the French words 'Pork' and 'Beef'. It was not until the 12th Century when the Normans had established rule in England, Wales and parts of Scotland and had planted themselves firmly into the Saxon culture did the term Anglo-Norman came to be and the two languages begin to merge and develop together. However the Normans in France would continue to hold onto their native tongue without much influence of Saxon culture.
They speak different languages...there are different forms of Chinese that they speak in China, and forms of Japanese in Japan.
No. Chinese speak the 2 different types of Chinese languages. Japan speaks Japanese (Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji)
The reason that we all don't speak the same language is because we all come from backgrounds. If i lived in Paris, France then i would speak French. If i lived in Hamburg, Ger…many the most probable language would be German. It is all decided by two things. 1. Where you where born, and 2. What do your parents speak. Another reason is in the bible. The bible says that when the Babylonians where building Babylon that they became so obsessed with the project they thought they could build the tower to the heavens themselves. Not wanting this to happen God made it so that everyone that was building the tower started speaking different languages. Of course there isn't that many languages so some of them where the same and people that spoke the same language left together and started their cities and such.
No, they spoke many thousands of different languages throughout the Americas. Even neighbouring tribes could not understand each other - such as the Comanche and Kiowa, who we…re allied in the fight against white settlers. All the member tribes of the Iroquois League spoke entirely different languages, even though they were all classed as "Iroquoian". This difference in language was no barrier to communication. Some tribespeople married into other tribes and learned their language, becoming effective interpreters. In most of the Americas sign languages developed, such as the Plains sign language which enabled (for example) a Crow warrior to have a long, silent conversation with a Nez Perce warrior, even at a distance from each other. Sign language was designed to work both face-to-face and at 200 yards away.
No, each of the Scandinavian countries has its own language, in Finland it is Finnish. The official languages in Finland are Finnish and Swedish, both of them and English are …taught to everyone in schools (immigrants do not always have to study Swedish). In northern Finlands live populations of Sami people who have their own language which is officially recognized in Finland. The avarage finn is likely to understand basic English and most younger one are able to hold a decent conversation in English but not that many can do that in Swedish. Also, the other languages spoken in Fennoscandia are quite closely related and speakers of Swedish, Norwegian and Danish are able to understand each other quite a bit but Finnish is completely different and resembles Estonian.
As pakistan was part of india before 1947 therefore both country shares almost same language and you can call it Hindustani because initially it was hindi but due to invasion …of Mughals and foreigners you can see lots of urdu and english words ..it's no more pure hindi. Even you can see TV programs and movies are of common language. But now urdu is pakistan's main language which quite easy to understandablefor indian as hindi for pakistanis. Punjabi is also most spoken language in pakistan and it's common in punjab and haryana state of india. Regards D.K.
yes, most of them are same, but few words are differents and they also have different speaking
Because Portugal was the discoverer of Brazil, and we have been colonized by the Portuguese people during a long period, so we got the Portuguese language from Portugal.
No, Aboriginal people did not speak the same language, there in fact more than one!
no athen and sparta did not speak the same language because of different culters
Well there are many opinions about that. But if you think about it, just think then there was a "new and "old" world. Europe had language and Native Americans had a language. …That's 2 already. If there is more than 2, then conflicts will start to agree upon a language. Eventually more language was created to distinguish a country, then it expanded. It would be impossible to come up with 1 language now, since there are hundreds on languages and people will debate about it. It wouldn't be fair anyway to people who has to learn another language.
No. The Russian people primarily speak Russian, and Germans primarily speak German.
no they dont italy speaks italitian and spain speaks spanish
It is not just a matter of countries. Different places within each country often speak with different accents and use different words (called dialect). Languages are in a co…nstant state of change. New words appear, old words fall out of fashion. For example "cool", as in something which is ... well "cool". This word didn't exist 40 years, "cool" just meant "cold". The result is that the novels of Dickens (from the 1800's) have many words which sound strange. Shakespeare (from the 1500's) is difficult to understand, and Chaucer (from around 1400) is virtually impossible. Most European languages are formed from more than one language, these languages have been growing together for centuries, but still vary a lot between different places. Then when English or Spanish speakers went to the new world, the languages diverged from the European version. South American Spanish is different from Castillian Spanish. These changes happen different in different places. In the 21st century, where we can hear English from Australia, the USA, etc. every day the process is reversing. Previously, when people from different places never communicated, the language would diverge. In Northern England, there are many words and phrases which are totally different from Southern England, for example "bairn" for baby, "dale" for valley etc. The same is true of other languages. Both Germany and Austria officially speak German, but in Germany they say "Januar" for January, in Austria "Jänner". In Europe, people expect that people from a few 100 Km away (or even 10 Km away) speak different, and can usually cope with it. In North America, where the language divergence is less, people are less used to different versions of English and cannot understand other accents and dialects.