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Languages spoke in Italy?
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The official language of Morocco is Arabic which is spoken with a dialect and is recognised as Moroccan Arabic. The second language of Morrocco, with almost 40% of the pop…ulation speaking it, is Berber. Around half of the population (especially in urban areas) speaks French.
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Mound builders spoke in a language of what is called Indian English.
Egyptian # Greek # Latin # Syrian # Arabic # Hebrew # Ethiopian # Persian # Aramaic
indira gandhi known 26 languages of India and 13 languages of world
Answer: Jesus was a Jew, and grew up in a Jewish family in Galilee. The primary language for Jews in that area was Aramaic. The towns of associated with Jesus, Nazareth and C…apernaum, were primarily Aramaic-speaking communities. He may have spoken some Greek and enough Hebrew to discuss biblical issues.
Sanskrit was the first language. Historically, however, the first person to talk did not have written language and it was not recorded for us to know. It was most likely a gr…oup or groups of people that had been using gestures and sounds to communicate, eventually formed the most commonly used sounds into words.
Scholars say that the story of Moses was written down in the first millennium BCE, based on earlier oral traditions. There was no thought given to what language he might have …spoken, and the biblical accounts do not say. Since the Hebrew language evolved from a dialect of Canaanite shortly before 900 BCE, someone living in the second millennium BCE clearly could not have spoken Hebrew. If Moses was a real, historical person, he must have spoken Egyptian.
14. Thomas Jefferson made all his slaves learn his own language so that when they escaped, they could not communicate with the real world.
Swahili ,100%. English 100% other languages all less than 1%
They spoke Old Norse which was an ancient Germanic language from the North Germanic branch. It was closely related to Old English and was the language whence the modern Scandi…navian languages (Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic and Faroese) sprang. Like most ancient Indo-European languages it was heavily inflected retaining much of the ancient fusional morphology. Nouns had three genders (masculine, feminine, neuter), two numbers (singular, plural) and declined into four cases (nominative, accusative, dative, genitive). Verbs conjugated for person (first, second, third), number (singular, dual, and plural), tense (present and preterite) and mood (indicative and subjunctive). Most of this inflection has been lost in the Modern Scandinavian languages which have moved towards more analytical structures. Below see and extract in Old Norse from the 13th century Egils Saga: Þorgeirr blundr, systursonr Egils, var þar á þinginu ok hafði gengit hart at liðveizlu við Þorstein. Hann bað Egil ok þá Þorstein koma sér til staðfestu út þangat á Mýrar; hann bjó áðr fyrir sunnan Hvítá, fyrir neðan Blundsvatn. Egill tók vel á því ok fýsti Þorstein, at þeir léti hann þangat fara. Egill setti Þorgeir blund niðr at Ánabrekku, en Steinarr fœrði bústað sinn út yfir Langá ok settisk niðr at Leirulæk. En Egill reið heim suðr á Nes eptir þingit með flokk sinn, ok skildusk þeir feðgar með kærleik.
i only know that he spoke german italian french english and latin sorry
In Jesus Christ
The gospels tell us that Jesus was a Palestinian Jew, so he would normally have spoken Aramaic. Since he is portrayed as reading the scriptures in the synagogue, he would als…o have been able to read Hebrew. Some Jews who had regular dealings with gentiles could speak Greek. Jesus spoke Armaic. This was the language of the people of Palestine and of the Jews as well. The language of the authors(Romans) of the bible was however Greek
There are/were several Celtic languages: Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Breton being the principal ones that are still spoken. The last living speaker of Manx, the Celtic language… spoken by the people of the Isle of Man, died a few years ago.