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The 1 official language of Romania is Romanian, spoken by more than 90% of the population.

Government recognized minority languages include:
  1. Albanian
  2. Armenian
  3. Bulgarian
  4. Czech
  5. Croatian
  6. German
  7. Greek
  8. Italian
  9. Macedonian
  10. Hungarian
  11. Polish
  12. Romani
  13. Russian
  14. Rusyn
  15. Serbian
  16. Slovak
  17. Tatar
  18. Turkish
  19. Ukrainian
  20. Yiddish

Romanian Sign Language is the sign language used by deaf people in Romania. It derives from French Sign Language.
The official language is Romanian.
The Romanian language is the official language.
93 % of the Romanian citizens speak the Romanian language.
The Romanian language: more than 90 %.
The most important language in Romania is the Romanian lalnguage; approx. 8 % from the population speak the Hungarian and Gypsy languages.
The major (and official) language in Romania is the Romanian language.
- Romanian: approx. 90 %
- Hungarian: 6,5 %
- Gypsy: 2 %
The most important language is Romanian: 90%.
Others are: Hungarian-approx. 6 %, Gypsy-2 %, Ukrainian-0,3 % etc.
The official language in Romania is the Romanian language (limba română). The Romanian language is a Latin (Romanic) language.
The official language in Romania is the Romanian language (limba română). The Romanian language is a Latin (Romanic) language. The Romanian language is the mother language of the more than 92 % of the inhabitants.
Also spoked: Hungarian language (6 %), Gypsy language (1 %), other languages of the ethnic minorities.

The official language in Romania is the Romanian language (limba română). The Romanian language is a Latin (Romanic) language.

The national language is Romanian. About 2 million people speak Hungarian and a small minority speak German.
National Census, March 2002: Total 21 680 974
  • Romanian language 19 736 517
  • Hungarian " 1 443 970
  • Ţigănească " 237 550 (language of gypsies)
  • Ukrainian " 57 407
  • German " 44 888
  • Russian " 29246
  • Turkish " 28 115
  • Tartarian " 21 272
  • Serbian " 20 411
  • Slovakian " 16 027
  • Bulgarian " 6 735
  • Croatian " 6 355
  • Greek " 4 170
  • Czech " 3 381
  • Polish " 2 690
  • Italian " 2 538
  • Chinese " 2 266
  • Yiddish " 951 (spoken by jews)
  • Armenian " 721
  • Albanian " 469
  • Macedonian " 482
  • Slovenian " 149

Other languages, undeclared, etc. about 15 000

The official language of Romania is Romanian, an Eastern Romance language related to Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan.
Romanian. and English.
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: 54 407
* German language: 44 888

and other very small groups
















^ this answer took to long. even though it seems very accurate i am going to edit a lot of it to be a pric k
The Romanian language is understood by 99,8 % citizens.
Minority languages are: Hungarian, Gypsy, Ukrainian, German.
Romanian language: approx. 90%
Hungarian language: approx. 6 %
Gypsy language: approx. 1,5 %
Romanian language: 19 736 917
Hungarian language: 1 443 970
Gypsy language: 237 570
Ukrainian language: 57 407
German language: 44 888

and some other minor languages of different ethnic groups.
Romanian language
The official language is the Romanian language.
Romanian language: 21 680 979
Hungarian language: 1 443 970
Gypsy language: 237 570
Ukrainian language: 57 407
German language; 44 888
Russian language: 29 246
Turkish language: 28 115
etc.
Romanian national census, March 2002: Romanian language: 91,03 % Hungarian language: 6,66 % Gipsy language: 1,1 % Ukrainian language: 0,27 % Germaan language: 0,21 % Russian language: 0,13 % Turkish language: 0,13 % etc., the difference from 100 %
The Romanian language is a latin-based language, so it shares characteristics with Italian, Spanish, French and Portuguese. It uses the latin alphabet, with a few extra letters.
The official language of Romania is Romanian.
Romanian
The Romanians speak Romanian. This language is formed from latin (60percent), geto-dacian (20percent), slav languages, eg. Russian (15percent) and 5percent other influences. It was first defined in the 12th centrury.
After Mihai Dinu - "Personalitatea limbii române":
latin words approx. 62 %, old slavonic words approx. 15 %, uncertain origin approx. 1,5 %, unknown origin approx. 2, 5%, Hungarian and french words appox. 1,7 % each, greek words approx. 1,5 %, bulgarian words approx. 1,5 %, albanian words aprox. 1,5 %, bulgarian and serbian words approx. 1,2 % each, Turkish words approx. 0,5 %; we know also about 250 dacian words.
Most Romanians speak Romanian as their first language. There is also a quite large Hungarian-speaking minority and also a very small German-speaking minority (which was once much bigger). These minorities also speak Romanian.
The official language in Romania is the Romanian language (a language of Latin [Romanic] origin); the Romanian language is the mother language for more than
93 % of the population.
1. Romanian language - approx. 92 %
2. Hungarian language - approx. 6, 5 %
3. Gypsy language - approx. 1,5 %
4. Ukrainian language - approx. 0,3 %
5. German language - approx. 0,15 %

More exact results (from the census - October 2011) in May 2012.
Romanian language (a language from the Latin or Romanic group).
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
The next census: October 2011.

The Romanian people speak the Romanian language (a language of Latin origin).
Romanian
romanian
romanian
The officialy language in Romania is the Romanian language. Also this language is the mother language of approx. 93 % persons in Romania.


The official language is the Romanian language, a language of Latin origin.
Romanian
The official language of Romania is the Romanian language (mother language for more than 90 % of the inhabitants).
I think the main languages taught there is Romanian and English.
The Romanian language
romanian of course, altough there are a lot of people who speak Hungarian, too.actually, it' a bit annoying to hear so much Hungarian
91% of Romanian people speak Romanian.
6.7% speak Hungarian
1.1% speak Romany

There are many ethnic groups in Romania. In addition to the Hungarians and Roma, there are inhabitants whose mother tongues include German, Turkish, Crimean Tatar, Greek, Croatian, Ukrainian and Serbian, and doubtless some whose first language is English.

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The official language in Romania is the Romanian language.
Romanian language (a language from the Latin or Romanic group).
Romanian language
The Romanian language
The Romanian language is of Latin (Romanic) origin.
The officialy language in Romania is the Romanian language.
The Romanian language is the mother language for approx. 92 % of the inhabitants of Romania.
This language is the Romanian language.
Romanian language
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.


Romanian language
Romanian
The principal language is the Romanian language - spoken by more than 90 % persons.
They speak in Romania the Romanian language (of Latin origin).
The official language in Romania is the Romanian language.
The official language (and the mother language for more than 90 % of the Romanian citizens) is the Romanian language.
The official language is the Romanian language, known by more than 99 % from the inhabitants.
After the Romanian National Census Book (March 2002): Romanian language, 91 %.
Romanian, an Eastern romance language related to Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Catalan.
Romanian language (for more than 90 % inhabitants is the mother language).
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 official language in Romania is the Romanian language; for more than 90 % of population this is the mother language.
The official language is the Romanian language: approx. 90 %; also Hungarian (approx. 6 %), Gypsy (approx. 2 %) and some other minor languages.
The Romanian language is official.
The Romanian language is official.
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. Serbian 20 411
and others

Data from the census of October 2011 were not published until now because the census was not seroius.
Romanian language: 19 736 917; the Romanian language is the official language.
Hungarian language: 1 443 970
Gypsy language: 237 570
Ukrainian language: 57 407
German language: 44 888

and some other minor languages of different ethnic groups.
Some peoples understand French, English, Russian, Spanish, Italian.

The official language in Romania is the Romanian language; the Romanian language is the mother language for more than 93 % of the population.
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