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The official language of Nagaland is English.
The Nagas, scattered in Nagaland and adjacent parts of Manipur, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar, do not form one homogeneous tribe but rather a constellation of numerous tribes. Each Naga tribe occupies its distinct territory, where it has certain rights over land, forest and water resources both at a collective level and in a private capacity.

All Nagas share a common core of cultural traditions and material traits, but unique customs, laws, dialects and other social institutions differentiate them from one another. Seventeen tribes in Nagaland and seven tribes in Manipur are classified as Naga Scheduled Tribes, but such ethnic categorization, a legacy of colonial constructions, does not match with the peoples' own ethno-cultural classification.

Nagamese is the Lingua-Franca used by all Naga tribes in Nagaland. Widely spoken by the tribal people of the state, Nagamese is basically a broken or simplified Assamese language. It has also been enriched with some words from Naga languages and Hindi. Nagaland's Nagamese has gained popularity due to the simplicity of the language. Since the language does not have any written script, it does not have grammatical complications. Nagamese has no use for gender classifications, which makes it easier. Nagamese is popular as the language of communication. Although there are many languages in the Nagaland, Nagamese acts as the interlink between these languages and helps in better communication.
The official language of Nagaland is English, but mostly kanyak is spoken. Every tribe in Nagaland has its own unique language. Nagas speak more than 20 different dialects (major 16 tribes in Nagaland including Kuki and Dimasa) belonging to the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. The traditional languages do not have any script of their own. The Christian missionaries used Roman script for these languages.
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It is the official language of the Indiangovernment. . Kannada State language of Karnataka. . Kashmiri About 55% of the population of Jammu &Kashmir speak this language. It is written in an Arabic script. . Konkani It is the language spoken in Goa. . Malayalam State language of Kerala. . Manipuri Spoken in northeast India. . Marathi State language of Maharashtra. Also spoken inMumbai. . Nepali This is the main language in Nepal and Sikkim. . Oriya State language of Orissa. . Punjabi State language of the Punjab. . Sanskrit It is the language that the Vedic scripturesare written in and it is one of the oldest languages in the world.Very few people speak this language now. . Sindhi This language is spoken in Pakistan or by peoplethat were from this area. . Tamil State language of Tamil Nadu. 65 million peoplespeak this language. . Telugu State language of Andhra Pradesh. . Urdu State language of Jammu & Kashmir. 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Languages spoken in Romania, after the Romanian census, March 2002: Total - 21 680 974 Romanian - 19 736 517 Hungarian - 1 443 970 Gypsy - 237 570 Ukrainian - 57 407 German - 44 888 Russian - 29 246 Turkish - 28 115 Tartarian - 21 272 Serbian - 20 411 Slowakian - 16 027 Bulgarian - 6 735 Croatian - 6 355 Greek - 4 170 Czech - 3 381 Polish - 2 690 Italian - 2 531 Chinese - 2 266 Yiddish - 951 Armenian - 724 others and nondeclared - 15 751 91 % - Romanian language 6 % - Hungarian language 1,1% - Gypsy language Languages in Romania (Romanian census, March 2002): Total population: 21 680 974 Romanian language: 19 736 517 Hungarian language: 1 443 970 Gypsy language: 237 570 Ukrainian language: 57 407 German language: 44 888 and other minor languages After the data from the census of March 2002: 1. Romanian 19 737 517 2. Hungarian 1 443 970 3. Gypsy language 237 570 4. Ukrainian 57 407 4. German 44 888 5. Russian 29 246 6. Turkish 28 115 7. Tatarian 21 272 8. 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What languages are spoken in Ethiopia?

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What language is spoken?

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What languages are spoken in Mumbai India?

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What languages were spoken in ancient India?

Sanskrit and other dravidian language. Sanskrit was introduced byAryans who invaded India around the year 1 CE, so technically itwas an European language. The south somehow was able to save someof the ancient languages and later on there was a huge mixing. Asaryans were powerful, and Sanskrit was a global language at thattime (like English is today, only it was much better and difficult)it was later on called the mother of all languages. Though not allbut most of the languages spoken today can be linked to sanskrit. Answer Sanskrit AND KANNADA There were many more languages like Telugu,Marathi, etc in use but were not as widespread as now Earlier the language was mostly Sanskrit and Dravidian (or EarlyTamil). Now, it is -Hindi, English, Urdu, Punjabi, Haryanvi, Lodhi,Gujarati, Bhojpuri, Bihari, Bengali, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada,Marathi, Assamese, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Manipuri, Malyalam,Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Dogri, Bodo, and many more. sanskrit Sanskrit is the language of ancient India. sankrit Tamil, Sanskrit and Prakrit

What is the most widely spoken language in India?

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What languages are spoken in Chembakolli India?

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Why so many languages are spoken in India?

there are 114 languages, 216 mother tongues, 18 official languages and 96 others from scattered areas. Its big country and is taught many languages; it is a good place for tourism.

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hoshiarpur is a place located in Asia at India which is a country containig a state called Punjab and hoshiarpur is a small district in it. the languages spoken in it are Punjabi and Hindi.

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Bengli is the Second largest spoken language in India. There are 83 millions native speakers there in India . Telugu has the third largest number of native speakers in India (74 million according to the 2001 census) and is 15th in the Ethnologue list of most-spoken languages worldwide. .

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Bhojpuri , a dialect of Hindi is widely spoken, . Hindi,Urdu is also spoken in some urban population. English is also widely understood in Urban area. Provided by..Delhi Public Convent School Team,Baheri,Ballia,UP,India

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The official language is English, but there are pockets of French and Micmac speakers, as well as immigrants who speak their native language in addition to English.

What official languages are spoken in the Americas?

NORTH AMERICA: UK (through various territories)~ English de facto Canada~ English, French Denmark (Greenland)~ Greenlandic Mexico~ Spanish France (through various territories)~ French US~ no national official language, English de facto and official in some 30 states, Hawaiian also official in Hawaii Antigua and Barbuda~ English The Bahamas~ English Barbados~ English Cuba~ Spanish Dominica~ English Dominican Republic~ Spanish Grenada~ English Haiti~ French, Haitian Creole Jamaica~ English St Kitts and Nevis~ English St Lucia~ English St Vincent and the Grenadines~ English Netherlands (through various territories)~ Dutch, English, Frisian, Papiamento Trinidad and Tobago~ English Belize~ English Guatemala~ Spanish (plus 22 other indigenous languages) El Salvador~ Spanish Honduras~ Spanish Nicaragua~ Spanish Costa Rica~ Spanish Panama~ Spanish SOUTH AMERICA: Colombia~ Spanish Venezuela~ Spanish Ecuador~ Spanish Peru~ Spanish Chile~ Spanish Argentina~ Spanish (de facto) Uruguay~ Spanish Paraguay~ Spanish, Guarani Bolivia~ Spanish, and 36 other native languages Brazil~ Portuguese France (French Guiana[Guyane])~ French Suriname~ Dutch Guyana~ English

What languages are spoken by Boers?

Boers originally spoke 'old Dutch' , now modified with the addition of many new words to 'Afrikaans'. . I once spoke Afrikaans to a Dutch policeman who retorted that I spoke like his grandfather !.

What languages are spoken in Arabia?

There's no such place as "Arabia." This is an old-fashioned designation for North Africa and the Middle East, which speak hundreds of languages.

What languages were spoken by King Arthur?

If Arthur were a real person that lived in the 5th or 6thcenturies, he would have spoken Brythonic and Latin. If he was from the western seaboard he may have spoken a Goidelic(Gaelic) / Brythonic mixed language).

What Dravidian language is spoken by most of the people in India?

Telugu is the most spoken dravidian language in india and so many people mistook with hindi as the most spoken dravidian language!! But it is not so, though hindi is the most spoken language in india but it is not dravidian, it is Indo-Aryan(some say Indo-Persian) If there are any grammatical mistakes in my answer, sorry for those!

What languages are spoken in Karnataka India?

kannada... The language spoken in Karnataka,which is in India, which is inAsia, is Kannada. Kannada is the official language of Karnataka. Other regional languages include: Tulu Kodava Takk Konkani Urdu Beary bashe Sankethi

What languages are spoken in Chennai India?

Primarily Tamil and dialects of Tamil, Being a cosmopolitan city neighboring state languages like Telugu,Kannada, Malayalam as spoken along with educated population who canspeak English…….. Tamil is predominant. People do speak English and Hindi fluently. Tamil is the primary language