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Italian is the official language of Rome, although some Latin is used in the Vatican City within Rome during Roman Catholic liturgy
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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 C…ity, the officiallanguage is Latin, which is used in most ceremonial settings by thePope and other members of the Catholic Church.
Rome is the capital of Italy, therefore the official language there is Italian. Vatican City, one of Rome's neighbourhoods and the place where the Pope lives, is als…o considered an independent sovereign state. It uses Latin and Italian. German is the language of the Swiss Guard that serves as bodyguard of the Pope.
Yes, Latin was widely spoken from about the 8th century BCE to the 5th century CE in much of middle and southern Europe. It started to be spoken in Rome and was the main langu…age of the Roman Republic and Empire. In the Eastern Roman Empire -later known as the Byzantine Empire- , Greek was generally the main language rather than Latin. The Byzantine Empire ended in 1453.
The Tahiti islands are collectively known as French Polynesia. Here is a list of all 9 languages spoken in French Polynesia: 1. Austral 2. Chinese, Hakka 3. French 4…. Mangareva 5. Marquesan, North 6. Marquesan, South 7. Rapa 8. Tahitian 9. Tuamotuan Answer: Tahiti is part of French Polynesian Islands. According to the CIA World Fact Book the languages spoken are: French 61.1% (official), Polynesian 31.4% (official), Asian languages 1.2%, other 0.3%, unspecified 6% (2002 census) Tahitians speak Tahitian and French. See the related link below for more information.
Mainly Quechua, but also some Spanish.
There was a large range of languages spoken in Rome, it was the first true multicultural city. Languages would have included Persian (old Arabic), Hebrew, old German (more so …after the Visigoths sacked Rome) but the two major languages were Greek and Latin with Latin being the official language.
The language with the most native speakers is Mandarin. The language that is most widely spoken in the world is English. The least spoken language is a tie of about 200 langu…ages, with only 1 or 2 remaining speakers. Ter Sami is often listed as the least spoken, but there are languages all over Australia, Africa , and the Americas with only 1 speaker left.
China has a population of 1.4 billion people, most of whom speak Chinese. That alone makes Chinese the most spoken language. This doesn't even take into account the amount of …people that are in Taiwan, Singapore, or other areas where Chinese people live. To whomever posted this, do your homework. "Chinese" isn't a language. The people of China speak many languages but primarily Mandarin and Cantonese. Mandarin is by far the most common as far as I know.
Tamil, Hindi, Telegu, malayalum, singalese, Arabic etc.
Russian - it is spoken by approximately 125 million people (mainly in European Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, and Latvia).
The Mayan language was both written and spoken. In the pre-Columbian era it was visually represented by Maya hieroglyphic script.
In Ancient Rome
Latin was the language of Italy and ancient Rome, but Greek was used by the upper classes who admired Greek culture. Greek was also the first language of the Greek cities …in southern Italy (eg Naples was a Greek city nea = new, polis = city). Greek was also the lingua franca of the east. After the western part of the Roman Empire fell under the weight of the invasions by the Germanic peoples, the eastern part of the empire survived for a millennium. They called themselves Romans but spoke Greek and maintained Greek culture. As the empire expanded, other peoples had been absorbed, and the languages of the empire included those from Spain, Gaul, Britain, Germany, Israel and so on - dozens of languages and hundreds of dialects.