What is the top spoken language spoken in Europe?
Russian - it is spoken by approximately 125 million people (mainly in European Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, and Latvia).
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The total number of languages spoken In Europe is 230. Europe is a continent consisting of over 40 countries (the exactnumber depends on the definition of where Europe ends).… Most countries have their own national language, plus many of thelarger ones have one or more regional languages which are spoken incertain parts of the country. For example Spain has Spanish (aka Castilian) as oficial nationallanguage, plus regional languages: Aragonese, Aranese,Asturian/Leonese, Basque, Catalan/Valencian and Galician The main European languages are Russian, German, French, English,Italian, Spanish, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian. See the link below for more information. The most spoken languages in Europe are Russian, German, French,English, and Italian. There are more than 200 languages spoken in Europe. Some examplesare: . English . Spanish . French . German . Italian . Portuguese . Dutch/Flemish . Swedish . Danish/Norwegian . Finnish . Icelandic . Polish . Catalan . Basque . Latvian . Lithuanian . Estonian . Serbian . Slovene . Czech . Slovak . Bulgarian . Russian . Ukrainian . Yiddish They speak English in the UK, French in France, Spanish in Spain,Italian in Italy, German in Germany, Portuguese in Portugal..... European languages mostly fall within four Indo-European languagegroups: the Romance languages, the Germanic languages, the Balticlanguages; and the Slavic languages. Tons of languages are spoken in Europe. The most widely spoken areas follows: . Russian . German . English . French . Italian . Spanish . Ukrainian . Polish . Romanian . Dutch Spanish, French, English, German, Dutch, Danish, Greek, Turkish,Faeroese, Finnish, Swedish, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Norwegian,Welsh and Gaelic. There are also many other older and less commonlanguages spoken by people in smaller communities. Many of thesemajor languages also have dialects that may be called somethingdifferent. Yes there are 230 languages spoken in Europe. The top 5 most spoken languages in Europe are as followed: Russian, German, French, English, and Italian. There is no single European language. 230 languages are spoken inEurope. The most widely spoken is English. There is no "European" language. People in Europe may speak English, Gaelic, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Walloons, Polish, Serbian, Hungarian, etc etc etc "European" is a term used to describe people from Europe which is acontinent containing 47 countries including, but not limited to,France, Germany and England. Every single country has its ownspecific culture and so there are 230 different languages spoken. Many different ones. Europe is a continent, not a country, so thereare multiple languages. Some are French, Spanish, English, Russianand Portuguese. Many languages as Europe is made up of many countries. There are people from many countries, so there are many languages. Albania: Albanian (official), Greek, Vlach, Romani, Slavic directs Andorra: Catalan (official), French, Castillian, Portuguese Aremenia: Armenian, Azerbaijani, Kurdish, Russian Austria: German (official), Slovene, Croatian, Hungarian Azerbaijan: Azerbaijani, Russian, Armenian Belarus: Belarusian, Russian, other Belgium: Dutch (official), French (official), German (official), legally bilingual (Dutch and French) Bosnia: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian Bulgaria: Bulgarian, Turkish, Roma Croatia: Croatian, Serbian Czech Rep: Czech Denmark: Danish (official) Faroese, Greenlandic, German (minority languages) Estonia: Estonian (official), Russian Finland: Finnish (official), Swedish (official), other France: French Georgia: Georgian, Russian, Armenian, Azeri Georgia and Sandwich Islands: Georgian, Russian, Armenian, Azeri Germany: German Gibraltar: English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Greece: Greek (official), English, French Hungary: Hungarian Iceland: (official language) Icelandic (widely spoken languages) English, Nordic Languages Ireland: English (official), Irish (official) Italy: Italian (official), German, French, Slovene Kazakhstan: Kazakh, Russian (official) Latvia: Latvian, Russian, Lithuanian Liechenstein: German (official), Alemannic dialect Lithuania: Lithuanian (official), Russian, Polish Luxembourg: Luxembourgish (national language), German, French Macedonia: Macedonian, Albanian, Turkish, Roma, Serbian Malta: Maltese (official), English (official) Martinique: French, Creole patois Mayotte: Mahorian, French (official) Moldova: Moldovan, Russian, Gagauz Monaco: French (offical), English, Italian, Monegasque Netherlands: Dutch (official), Frisian (official) Norway: Bokmal Norwegian (official), Nynorsk Norwegian (official) Poland: Polish Portugal: Portuguese (official), Mirandese (official but locally used) Romania: Romanian (official), Hungarian, Roma Russia: Russian San Marino: Italian Serbia : Serbian Slovakia: Slovak (official), Hungarian, Roma, Ukranian Slovenia: Slovenian, Serbo-Croatian Spain: Castilian Spanish, Catalan, Galician, Basque, Castilian is the official language Svalbard: Norwegian, Russian Sweden: Swedish Switzerland: German (official), French (official), Italian (official), Serbo-Croatian, Albanian, Portuguese, Spanish, English, Romansch Tajikistan: Tajik (official), Russian Turkmenistan: Turkmen, Russian, Uzbek Ukraine: Ukranian (official), Russian United Kingdom : English Uzbekistan: Uzbek, Russian, Tajik Vatican City State: Italian, Latin, French English, Italian, Dutch, French, Scottish, Czechoslovakian, Polish, Hungarian, Swedish, Spanish, and Italian. That's all I can think of! it depends on the country you live in or are visiting. some countries speak english, french, Spanish, russian. it really depends on the country. No. Some regions speak similar languages, but each country's language is different. Germany speaks German, while France speaks French, and so on. It might be said that Europeans, with a few exceptions, speak mutually-incomprehensible dialects of a language, now lost, which began in the region of present-day Lithuania about 15,000 years ago. The exceptions are Basque, Finnish, Estonia, Karelian, Hungarian and Turkish first of all- Europe is a continent! Europe does not speak a language. There are lots of different languages in Europe, like france, german, english, finish, hungarian, italian, russian... Seriously? Well considering the fact that there are many different countries in Europe...a wide variety. French, German, Italian, Baltic languages...English, even Spanish. over 200 languages European Union has 20 national languages. Here is the list: Czech,Danish, Slovenian, Spanish, Dutch, Estonian, English, Polish,Portuguese, Slovak, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian,Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, and Swedish. Europe has many english ,french ,dutch,spanish,german and many more Practically every language is spoken in Europe by either large populations or small. The most widely spoken languages include English, Russian, German, and Italian. But languages from Arabic to Swahili or Punjabi to Japanese are spoken in Europe by small communities (or large). The most spoken languages in Europe include Russian, German, French, English, and Italian.
Bulgarian, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish are the largely spoken languages in Central Europe.
230 languages are spoken in Europe. Some examples of the different languages spoken in Europe are: IN addition to the 23 official languages of the EU (European Union): Ð±…ÑÐ»Ð³Ð°ÑÑÐºÐ¸ (BÄlgarski) - BG - Bulgarian ÄeÅ¡tina - CS - Czech Dansk - DA - Danish Deutsch - DE - German Eesti - ET - Estonian Elinika - EL - Greek English - EN EspaÃ±ol - ES - Spanish FranÃ§ais - FR - French Gaeilge - GA - Irish Italiano - IT - Italian Latviesu valoda - LV - Latvian Lietuviu kalba - LT - Lithuanian Magyar - HU - Hungarian Malti - MT - Maltese Nederlands - NL - Dutch Polski - PL - Polish PortuguÃªs - PT - Portuguese RomÃ¢nÄ - RO - Romanian SlovenÄina - SK - Slovak SlovenÅ¡Äina - SL - Slovene Suomi - FI - Finnish Svenska - SV - Swedish Norwegian, Turkish, Armanien, Georgian, Bulgarian, Icelandic, Greelandic, Greek, Albanian, Croatian, Danish, Belarusian, Polish, Abkhaz, Welsh, Scotish, Lapp, Russian ect... As I know, there are more than 200 languages in Europe, including Danish, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Swedish and many more. You can Google this question and you will get detailed answers.
Total speakers: 1. English 2. Mandarin 3. Spanish 4. Hindi 5. Arabic Native Speakers: 1. Mandarin 2. Spanish 3. English 4. Bengali 5. Hindi
English and German
From west to east: . Portuguese . Spanish (including Catalan) . French . Italian . Greek . Turkish . Maltese
The most spoken languages in Europe, with the numbers of speakers, are: German 84 million (Germany + Austria + part of Switzerland) French 70 million (France + part of Be…lgium + part of Switzerland) English 67 million (UK + Ireland) Italian 61 million (Italy) Spanish 46 million (Spain) The figures are calculated by adding the populations of the relevant countries. They are approximate only. Russian should be somewhere in this list has about 150 million speakers, but I can find no figures which say how many of these are in Europe. Source: Wikipedia article "List of European countries by population".
spanish, portuguse, swahili, french, hawaian, latin
English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish Gaelic, Welsh, Catalan, Flemish Most European languages are in the Indo-European fa…mily. Exceptions include Finnish, Hungarian and Basque. There are many languages in Western Europe. Here are the major language in all Western European countries: Iceland- Icelandic Ireland- English United Kingdom- English Portugal- Portuguese Spain- Spanish Andorra- Catalan France- French Monaco- French Italy- Italian San Marino- Italian Vatican City- Italian/Latin Switzerland- German Liechtenstein- German Austria- German Germany- German Denmark- Danish Finland- Finnish Sweden- Swedish Norway- Norwegian Netherlands- Dutch Belgium- Dutch Luxembourg- Luxembourgish (verbal talking among others usually) French (written language) German (media)
Quite a variety, depending on the individual country in WesternEurope. Fortunately, English is commonly understood by educated Europeans. Here are the most common languages o…f Western Europe: . English . Irish . Welsh . Spanish . Finnish . French . German . Italian . Portuguese . Dutch . Swedish . Danish-Norwegian . Icelandic . Romansch . Yiddish
Europe has, and has always had, a wide range of languages. Europe has never been united with one language. Most European languages share common roots. Portuguese, Italian, Spa…nish and French are all derivatives of Latin. Whereas German, Dutch, English, Swedish and Danish are based on Proto-German. Scottish and Irish Gaelic are derived from the Celtic language, Gaelic. The languages have developed in semi-isolation from each other but have influenced one another. For example the English word 'beef' is derived from a French word while 'menu' is an unaltered French word. Many English words are derived from French, but they were either picked up in usage or were brought by the Normans to Britain. The reason that there are so many German words in English is that the Saxons spoke a form of German, and, when the Normans invaded Britain, the Saxons became citizens of Norman England. The reason for the French words is that the Normans were originally Vikings, but they started speaking French after they conquered Normandy (named after the Normans).
1. English 2. Chinese 3. Spanish 4. Hindi 5. Arabic 6. Russian 7. Bengali 8. Portuguese 9. Malay-Indonesian 10. French
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Most countries speak their own language or a variation of a countries nearby. English, Russian, French, German, Polish, Spanish etc
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How sad am i doing this one I'm not writting them all down get yourself a map I make it 35 and that not counting Indian, Hindu,Chinese,Tebetian and the many more there is just… in London
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The countries in northern Europe speak Germanic, Nordic, or Altaicbased languages, such as: Danish Norwegian Swedish Finnish German Dutch Icelandic There are a huge number of… languages spoken in Northern Europe and it depends what you class as Northern Europe. The UK, Republic of Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark would probably all be considered Northern European countries. Within these countries there are a number of languages and probably some I don't know about. In Ireland as well as English Gaelic is also taught and spoken, with the Gael-tac on the west coast of Ireland leading this. In the UK as well as English, Welsh and ethnic Scottish languages are also spoken. Norwegian,Danish, Swedish and Finish are all spoken in their respective countries. Other countries that might be considered Northern European include: France- French Germany-German Belgium- French/Flemish Netherlands- Dutch/Flemish Luxenbourg-French Poland-Polish/German Latvia-Latvian/Russian Estonia-Estonian/Russian Lithuania-Lithuanian/Russian The EU uses English as its default language though French and German are also widely used across the continent. Switzerland- Uses several languages including French, German, Italian and others The most spoken languages of Northern Europe include Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, and Icelandic. Other minority languages include English, German, Russian, French, and Dutch.
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Read the following answers with caution. Everyone wants their language to be the oldest, but the truth is, that written language doesn't go back very far in Human history, and… without artifacts of writing, we can't tell what was going on with language, or how it evolved. We can only theorize. It is not possible to determine the oldest language of Europe or of any other area. Answer: Basque Answer: the oldest language spoken in Europe is Lithuanian Answer: Actually the oldest language still spoke in Europe is Basque. While you can hardly find written proof of this, the language is not descended from any of the indo-european invaders which clearly shows that it was spoken in Europe before any modern day language arrived. Answer: The oldest language spoken in Europe today is probably Greek. Alexander the Great standardized Greek and based it on the Ionian language. A person of that era could read the Greek used today. Answer: A lot of studies have said Albanian is the oldest living language also.
First off, Europe is a continent and not a country. There are 51 countries in Europe and the nearly every country has their own language. Some of the most spoken languages inc…lude: . Russian . German . French . English . Italian . Spanish . Ukrainian . Polish . Romanian . Dutch . Greek . Czech . Portuguese . Belarusian . Hungarian . Swedish . Azerbaijani . Bulgarian . Serbian . Slovakian