What languages are spoken in Italy and Spain?
In Italy they speak Italian. In Spain they speak Spanish.
no they dont italy speaks italitian and spain speaks spanish
no they dont italy speaks italitian and spain speaks spanish
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In Spain there is one national language (castellano, the language studied in Spanish class in the US) and three regional languages (Basque, CatalÃ¡n, and Gallego, spoken in El paÃs Vasco, CataluÃ±a, and Galicia respectively). Four actually. . Languages : Castillian Spanish 74% (officia…l nationwide); Catalan 17%, Galician 7%, Basque 2% ( each official regionally ). The national language of Spain is Spanish. Spanish. The national language of Spain is Spanish. Spanish. Spanish. French Spanish. spanish and euskara. (MORE)
Almost all Italian natives are bilingual in that they speak verywell both their local dialect and standard Italian. Nowadays thereare fewer and fewer illiterates who do not speak the officiallanguage very well. Even the elderly who mainly speak a dialect are exposed to Italianeveryday, because that …is the language spoken on the telly or inpublic offices. Foreigners living in Italy, or some well-educated people, oftenspeak other languages too. Young people are supposed to speak English, because it is amandatory subject for all, during compulsory education. But,unfortunately, English teachers are very rarely English natives inItalian schools, so do not expect everybody to possess a high levelof English. In some provinces and regions other languages are spoken too. E.g.French in Valle d'Aosta and German in Sudtirolo and Trentino. AlsoSlovene, in Friuli Venezia Giulia. Italian, but there are many dialects and a few regional languagessuch as Ladino. Some people in the Dolomites speak a dialect ofGerman. Near the French border there are dialects of Occitan orProvenÃ§al spoken as well as French. In Trieste some people speakSlovenian or Croatian, and in Sardinia they also have their ownlanguage. Answer The above is a good answer. In addition, Italy, like most othermajor European nations has growing numbers of apparently permanentimmigrants for whom Arabic, Turkish, and other Middle Eastern andAfrican languages are primary and will continue to be primary forat least another generation. Italian... They speak Italian. Italian mostly, but English once and a while. i think no if exception of englÄ±sh Italian. The country "shaped like a boot" is Italy. Italians speak Italian. (MORE)
Italian is the official language of Italy, so it is the mainlanguage of Rome, although some Latin is used in the Vatican Citywithin Rome during Roman Catholic liturgy. Rome is the capital of Italy, therefore the official language thereis Italian (and Latin the official language of the Vatican City…,which is inside of Rome). The Ancient Romans spoke Latin. Italian and English Italian, in ancient Rome Latin was spoken. In Rome, the capital of Italy, they speak Italian. actually Rome was founded in the 700 B.C.'s so Italian wasn't a language Romans spoke all Latin. Rome is the capital of Italy and most Romans speak Italian. Thetraditional language of Rome is Latin, but Latin is no longer usedregularly as a spoken language. Italian is by far the main language of Rome. There are also manypeople there who speak English, French, and other languages for theease of international tourists. In Vatican City, the officiallanguage is Latin, which is used in most ceremonial settings by thePope and other members of the Catholic Church. Italian (MORE)
Spain is a country and Italy is a country yes but there both are in Europe and there very close to each other. They do get along and their both Latin They both are different countries but they are in same continent. In Spain, people speak Spanish. In Italy, people speak Italian. The languages a…re somewhat similar and they can often understand each other. Well, sometimes he is, like on weekends, after meetings, and occasionally during lunch break ~ (MORE)
Some of the people speak Spanish. The reason for this is thatItalian and Spanish are romances languages and others. But thesetwo languages are extremely similar when spoken and often whenwritten. I am spanish speaker (my mother language) and have a greatknowledge of Italian. But I will put it this w…ay: if an Italianspeaker and Spanish speaker find themselves in a conversation; ifthey speak slow and clear to each other (in their own languages)they can talk forever and understand everything. I did it and usesome words ; but there was no need. Also they are places in Italywhere they speak Spanish too. Yes and precisely Sardinia where theyactually speak Catalan (in the North Western Part) which is notreally Spanish but close to. Answer Not all parts of Italy. There are similarities between the twolanguages, with their common origin in Latin. In fact, studyingSpanish and Italian simultaneously at evening classes many moonsago, I had to give up Italian after 6 months (I needed Spanish formy work) because I got, e.g. the numbers (uno/uno, due/dos,tre/tres, quattro/cuatro, cinque/cinco etc.) confused all the time. While Southern Italy used to be a Catalonian Imperial Territory(and thus part of the Spanish Empire), Castilian or what peopleusually Spanish was never used as a dominant language in Italy;Catalan was. (MORE)
The official language is Italian, however due to the large number of English speaking tourists many people can also speak English to varying degrees. Yes! People who live in Rome speak Italian unless they learn English in school or are native English speakers like me. Not many people speak English h…ere. (MORE)
Spanish is spoken all over Spain. In addition, most all areas use a dialect of some sort. According to the Real Academia, the Official dialect is Castillian Spanish that is spoken around Madrid and Valladolid. I consider that particular dialect the most beautiful language I've ever heard. Be a…dvised that I spent 25 years as an enlisted man in the US Navy. In no way does that make me an expert on what is beautiful. I do think I am qualified to judge the beauty of women and language. The women of Spain rank right up there with Castillian Spanish. Spanish as spoken in the area of Andalucia is called "Andaluz" A man in Madrid once told me I was from Jerez de la Frontera. He said that he was from Jerez, and that he recognized my accent. I fear I have strayed from the question. Spanish. (MORE)
Either spanish or catalan. Depends on the person you talk to. Spanish and Catalan. The language spoken in Barcelona is Catalan. spanish Catalan is the official language of the Spanish Autonomous Community of Catalunya, of which Barcelona is the capital and largest city. However, Castellano is wid…ely spoken in Barcelona. If one is traveling to Barcelona they will encounter absolutely no issues being understood and understanding people. However, one should be aware that this is an area of cultural sensitivity and to remain "outside" of the debates between Castellano and Catalan. On a plus side, English will be accepted and in most areas, a modicum, if not fluent English will be available in all of the tourist areas. (MORE)
Catalan is not a native dialect of Spain. It is spoken by 9 millionpeople in Catalonia, Valencia, the Balearic Isles and Andorra.
There are many languages spoken throughout the world. Languagesvary throughout the world in different countries and regions of theworld.
Calabrians speak Italian, but many also speak their local dialects as well, which can differ from town to town.
Latin was spoken by the Latins who lived in Latium (land of the Latins) in central Italy, south of the river Tiber. Originally, Latium was not unified under one ruler. It was a collection of independent city-states. Rome was one of the Latin cities.
A minority indeed speak Galician in northwest Spain, Basque in northcentral Spain, and Catalan in northeast Spain. These are official languages because they have been recognized by the appropriate regional governments. There is provision for this recognition in the Spanish Constitution Spanish is… by far the most common language and is required by the Spanish Constitution. (MORE)
The most prominent language in Portugal is Portuguese. The most prominent language in Spain is Spanish (also called Castillian, in order to distinguish it from the dialects of the Americas). Other languages in Spain are: . Aranese, co-official in Catalonia, a variety of Gascon, which in turn is …a variety of Occitan. . Basque, co-official in the Basque Country and Navarre (see Basque and mixed zones). . Catalan . Galician (MORE)
There were more than 300 languages in the territory of present-day Mexico when Spanish conquistadors arrived in 1519. Today, 63 of them still survive and are recognized as national languages for official documents and legal paperwork. See related questions for further detail.
They speak Spanish. Most Spaniards also studied English in schools, so do know some English as well.
In naples they speak Italian though quite a lot of people there arebilingual, they also speak some English. In Naples they speak southern Italian and central Italian. Itdepends on the area. Naples is a part of Italy. Therefore they speak Italian. they speak french smart one!
Most people in Galicia speak both Galician (Galego in Galician),the natural language of Galicia ,and Spanish.
From Wikipedia: "Most locals are bilingual in Spanish and the variety of Catalan called MenorquÃ". Spainish I think :)
When the Romans were in control of Italy it was Latin, i don't know before that.
In Madrid we speak only Spanish as our mother language and as anofficial one, but people from Madrid can study any other languagein the world, since we are quite intelligent. While Spanish is by far the most common language, but you mightalso hear Basque, Catalan, Valencian, or Galician. English and…German are also widely spoken by those who work in internationaltrade or tourism. Most of Spain speaks Spanish. If you are asking what dialect they speak they would probably say it is not a dialect in Madrid, rather that it is proper Castilian Spanish according to the Real Academia. Everything that is not Castilian Spanish is considered a dialect by the elitists. Spanish . Answer \nSpanish Spanish. Spanish :) People from Madrid speak Spanish. Spanish is spoken in Madrid, Spain. (MORE)
Yes, France border Italy. In that area french is spoken on the french side and Italian on the Italian side.
The most popular language spoken in Lazio, which is situated in Italy is Italian. Although some people still speak Roman Latin.
Spanish Tenerife is a Spanish island located in the Atlantic Ocean, near the African coast. They speak Spanish, then. Spanish is the main language with an accent like Spanish in Cuba or the Caribbean, but most tourist hotspots also have someone that speaks English and sometimes German.
In Spain several languages are spoken list these languages and the regions in which they are spoken?
Spanish, officially recognized as Castilian is the official language of the entire country. Basque (Basque country and Navarre Catalan (Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Valencia Community (Valencian) Galician ( Galicia) In Catalonia, Aranese, a local variety of the Occitan language, has been de…clared co-official along with Catalan and Spanish since 2006. It is spoken only in the comarca of Val d'Aran by roughly 6,700 people. Other Romance minority languages, though not official, have special recognition, such as the Astur-Leonese group (Asturian, also called "Bable" in Asturias and Leonese in Castile and LeÃ³n) and Aragonese in Aragon. (source: Wikipedia-en) In the North African Spanish autonomous city of Melilla, Riff Berber is spoken by a significant part of the population. In the tourist areas of the Mediterranean coast and the islands, English and German are widely spoken by tourists, foreign residents, and tourism workers.(source: Wilipedia-en) Basque (co-official) Catalan,Valencian ( co-official) Galician (co-official) Aranese (co-official) Asturian ) recognized Aragonese (recognized) Leonese (unofficial) Extremaduran (unofficial) Fala (unofficial) (MORE)
Albanian, Bavarian, Catalan, Cimbrian, Corsican, Croatian, Emiliano- Romagnolo, Franco-Provencal, French, Friulian, German, Greek, Italkian, Ladin, Ligurian, Lombard, Mocheno, Napoletano-Calabrese, Piemontese, Provencal, Romani, Sardinian, Sicilian, Slovenian, Venetian, and Walser,and Italian
There are many languages but here are some: French (rather francoprovenÃ§al, in Val d'Aosta), German Slovenian friuli, Greek occitan, Catalan (in L'Alguer, Sardinia), Albanian Sardo, Napulitan and Venecian
You may hear different dialects depending on the city, some are akin to the Tuscan language. If you asked this question because you are worried about having to know the local dialects, I want to reassure you that it is not important for a tourist. Everyone speaks and understands standard Italian in… all Italy, especially in formal situations, but also in workplaces, public offices, etc. (MORE)
Usually they speak Italian, but also many who move to America.. orother countries.. adopt the native tongue.. but of course if youwent to Italy.. I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of people had abasic knowledge of English.. the same as in every country
There are communities of Germans in Italy. Some of them are retired and some of them work there.
spanish bilbao speak spanish and a language called bvask. most of them speak bvask and surprisingly some speak english. bilbao speak spanish and a language called bvask. most of them speak bvask and surprisingly some speak english.
Eivissenc is the native dialect of Catalan that is spoken onIbiza. Spanish is also widely spoken, as well as English andGerman. Ibiza is a Spanish Island where they speak the native language ofCatalan and the Official language of Spanish, however in thetourist areas English and other European langu…ages are spoken toaccommodate the large tourist trade. (MORE)
Spanish Spanish (Castillian) is the main language, but some also speak Valencian, which is essentially a dialect of Catalan. Spanish.
yes Romans speak Italian, native Romans usually will speak with a Roman accent, the same is true for other Italian cities or regions. Just as Folks in the southern US, New England , west coast or other regions have accents or expressions .
As for most of its medieval and early modern history, Italy was fragmented into several city-states and kingdoms, often conflicting with each other. The main players were: the Republic of Venice, which had come to dominate much of the northeast plains and the coast of what is now Croatia, and …was governed by an elaborate hierarchy of aristocratic assemblies and councils; The Duchy of Milan, nestled in the Po valley between the Adige river and the foothills of Torino, was ruled as a fief of the Sforzas, and in this year by Gian Galeazzo. An arc of territory from Rome to Ravenna was nominally governed as the Papal States, but many cities (like Urbino) had wrested actual power by force and become largely independent. The Republic of the city-state Florence had dominated her neighbors and rivals Pisa and Siena in Tuscany, though by the 1450s the genuine control of the city's government had been usurped by the wealthy Medici banking family. Lorenzo de Medici ruled in 1487. Across the southern half of Italy was the Kingdom of Naples. It was ruled by the illegitimate son of a King of Aragon, while the islands of Sicily and Sardinia were still under the control of that king. These were Ferdinand I and Ferdinand II (of Ferdinand-and-Isabella) respectively. Aside from these, there were a panoply of independent city-states, some ruled by mercenary overlords, others by hereditary feudal signores, and still others by republican governments (which, however, were more often dominated by wealthy oligarchs than they were truly democratic). As for language, most of the populace generally spoke their provincial dialects--all relatively similar to each other (moreso than to French), but not always intelligible. The literate classes had begun to turn to the Tuscan dialect of Dante, Petrarch, and the new humanist philosophers. Every truly literate person was conversant in Latin at this time, as well. But except for the French-speakers in the mountainous Savoy, and some German communities, most Italians spoke the dialect of Italian-esque dialect of their little corner. (MORE)
People in La CoruÃ±a speak Galician and Spanish. Between young ones is used a coloquial language called "coruÃ±o" (or"koruÃ±o"), mainly in "Monte Alto" neighborhood.
Euskara is spoken in Basque country. Basque Country is a region that is located around the western end of the Pyrenees on the coast of the Bay of Biscay and straddles parts of north-central Spain and south-western France. Spanish Basque Country consists of three Spanish provinces (Ãlava, Bisca…y, Gipuzkoa) and two enclaves (Enclave of TreviÃ±o and Valle de Villaverde) of the Basque Autonomous Community in the west, as well as the Chartered Community of Navarre to the east. (MORE)
The extreme northwest corner of Spain is called Galicia. Tbe official language is Spanish and I feel comfortable saying everyone can use Spanish. However, they do have their own language called Galician, or Gallego, which they use orally. Wikipedia states "Modern Galician and modern Portuguese ar…e descended from a single Latin-derived language which linguists today call Galician-Portuguese or Mediaeval Galician or Old Portuguese. This common ancestral language was spoken in the territories of the mediaeval Kingdom of Galicia." (MORE)
They speak Castellano(Spanish)but people of the territory speak among themselves in the dialect 'Asturian' which is intelligible to others and is not that much different than the nationally spoken Castellano. Asturias is a region of northwest Spain that is considered autonomous. The capital is Ovied…o and the primary language spoken in this region is Spanish. (MORE)
Spanish. various versions of Portuguese, and a extremely small group speaking Fala are all languages, from Spain or Portugal, found in Extremadura. There also some foreign speaking immigrants.
Seville is a predominantly Spanish speaking city. Spanish, but it's a..special one i guess you could say, the people there call it "Andaluz". It's a dialect of Spanish. Spanish. Seville, or Sevilla in Spanish, is in Spain.
Catalonia has 2 official languages. The national language, Spanish, and the regional language Catalan. Spanish
Italian, of course. Latin may be used for formal purposes in Churches at the Vatican. Rome has 400 churches within the city limits.
Spanish. Palma is the major city of Mallorca which is in the Ballearic Islands of Spain.
Is italy or spain or germany or the netherland's the country one can hear castilian and catalonia and basque spoken?
Spain has the most speakers of Basque and Castilian (Spanish) of the countries. As for Catalonia, that is a region within the country of Spain and not a language.
If you had just asked what language the Jews of Spain spoke, thequestion would have been easy. Jews spoke to one-another in Ladino,also known as Judaeo-Spanish. They also spoke the standard Spanishof the time. What language was spoken to Jews depends on who was speakingto them. Muslims (Arabs, Mu…ladÃes, and Amazigh/Moors) wouldtypically speak to them in Arabic. Spaniards would usually speak tothem in the various Spanish languages, like Old Castilian, Leonese,Old Catalonian and Aragonese. The Spanish languages and Ladino aremore-or-less mutually intelligible, so the Jews could respond inLadino. (MORE)
The romance language spoken in northern Italy is Ladin. Ladin is aregional dialect rather than a national language that is spoken bymore than 30,000 people.
Yes . However, it is like the differences between American,British and Australian English. Both Mexican Spanish and CastilianSpanish have several differences, mainly the accent and howdifferent words are pronounced. For instance, Spanish from Spain has a different sound for the 's'and 'z' while Mexi…can Spanish has no distinction among bothphonemes. Another would be the Spanish voseo , or use of vos for conjugation (i.e. "Vosotros comprasteis una mesa" inSpain vs. "Ustedes compraron una mesa" in Mexico). (MORE)
In the Benidorm area, which is part of the Comunidad de Valencia, a dialect of Catalan known as Valencian is spoken, along with Spanish
The language is Italy is Italian. So they probably speak all theItalian words in Italy. . Italy is also a popular tourist destination, so it's reasonableto assume that most words of the world's major languages getsspoken there too.