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Languages spoke in Italy?
65%of Mexican people speak Uruguayan
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.
well their are many many different languages spoken in Italy. But i think u will find Italian is the one most spoken. ciao.
Italian is the main or most common language in Italy. German and French are also other languages spoke in Italy.
The main languages are English, French, and Bislama.
There were various Celtic languages: Celtiberian in Spain Gaulish in France Galatians in Turkey Lepontic in north Italy Noric in Austria Brythonic in Britain/France Gaelic in …Ireland/Scotland
Icelandic, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian.
Punjabi and Tamil. And then it breaks into different dialects.
In Puerto rico Spanish is the main language but the majority of the population speaks English
the official language is Spanish.
Polish is the only language spoken in Poland.
The Romanian language is the mother language of more than 92 % of the Romanian citizens; the Romanian language is understood by more than 99 % of the inhabitants.
The answer to your question depends on how one defines a language from a dialect, especially when you consider the hundreds of Native American languages still spoken in the U.…S. I found one website stating the number to be 311. As to the accuracy of that number, I don't know. I would expect it to be a little higher, but even linguists have trouble agreeing on what languages are separate languages and which are just dialects of other languages.