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Because France colonized this country (formerly called Dahomey's Empire). Bénin got its independance in 1960. Benin fought with the Free France during WW2, and after th…e war, as most of the former European colinies, a will for independance had spreaded through Bénin. In order to avoid a new war like in Indochina and Algeria. France decided to accept and to collaborate with this new indepedant country.
French and English
about 89% speak French
There are over 2000 languages/ dialects on the African Continent. Africa is not one single country with one single language! A few examples are: Swahili,… Sango, Swazi, Chichewa, Somali, Africaans, Zulu, Venda, Tsonga. Malagasy, Amharic, Ndebele, Kinyarwanda as well as English, French and Portugese The most widely used language in Africa is Arabic. Africans speak many different languages, there isn't a thing like an African language.
There are 4 official languages in Switzerland: German, French, Italian and Romansh. Different languages are spoken in different parts of the country. In the "German" part, t…hey speak Swiss (German), an Allemanic dialect, depending ond the area there is "Highest Allemannic" (Fribourg/Sense, Valais, Bernoise Oberland), "High Allemannic" other areas, western from Reuss river and "Low Allemannic" eastern of Reuss river. In the Basel area they speak "Hochrhein Allemannic". All those Allemanic accents are older than the recent German (or High German they tell it at Schools). The Allemannic is wide spread over Switzerland, Alsace, Southern Germany and Vorarlberg and even southern Tirol (IT). The Swiss Allemannic has its owh grammar, huge amount of own words, not known in German and contains lots of French words, even. One of the grammar speciality ist, that Swiss Allemannic has no "futur" and no "past" form. Even the Swiss High German differs a lot from German an many native Swiss speakers are not very experienced to speak German. Many prefer to communicate even rather in English, than in German. Most Germans don't understand Swiss Allemannic, specially not the very wide spred High (and Highest) Allemannic at all.
It is said that they are speaking the language of the angles, but several linguists have done very extensive research on those speaking in tongues and they have submitted thei…r findings (that speaking in tongues is gibberish) into pier reviewed publications and it has come out of the academic circle victorious.
They obviously speak italian. Most Italians especially near tourist destinations, also speak English and possibly French.
English is the primary language. The Inuit speak Inuktitut. Yupik is closely related, but less common.
Lithuanian the official state language of Lithuania and is recognized as one of the official languages of the European Union.
He speaks English. Go BULLS!!
The Aztec spoke Nahuatl (NAH-wah-tool). I know some Maya spoke Nahuatl too, but not very many.
English or Gaelic.scottish
They usually speak languages with a coherent form of words. Hope this helped!
Arabic is mainly spoken in the Middle East, and there are different dialects. Egyptian Arabic is different, but not much, from Arabic spoken in Saudi Arabia. Even in mostly Ar…abic speaking counties in the Middle East and North Africa, the dialect, and accent differs. The Qu'ran is written in Arabic, so most Muslims, no matter were they live in the world, or their original language, can and are encouraged to learn Arabic to recite the Qu'ran. It is only spoken when praying to Allah, despite one's country of origin or language. There are Christian Arabs of Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and all the other Arabic Countries. Honduras, Salvador, Chile and many other countries have large populations of Arabic speaking people who are not Muslims. Arabic is also one of the official languages of Israel, along with Hebrew on all street signs and government documents.
Nationally people speak mandarin Chinese, or putonghua, with most local dialects varying slightly from the standard Chinese, but Cantonese, a dialect popular in Guangdong prov…ince and among many overseas Chinese, differs largely from the mandarin in pronunciation (not so in writing).