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Italian, English and French are the three main languages spoken in Rome, Italy.
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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.
The 1 and only official language of Italy is Italian . Here is a list of all 34 languages spoken in Italy: 1. Albanian, ArbÃ«reshÃ« 2. Bavarian 3. Catalan-Valencian-B…alear 4. Cimbrian 5. Corsican 6. Croatian 7. Emiliano-Romagnolo 8. Franco-ProvenÃ§al 9. French 10. Friulian 11. German, Standard 12. Greek 13. Italian 14. Italian Sign Language 15. Judeo-Italian 16. Ladin 17. Ligurian 18. Lombard 19. MÃ³cheno 20. Napoletano-Calabrese 21. Occitan 22. Piemontese 23. Romani, Balkan 24. Romani, Sinte 25. Romani, Vlax 26. Sardinian 27. Sardinian, Campidanese 28. Sardinian, Gallurese 29. Sardinian, Logudorese 30. Sardinian, Sassarese 31. Sicilian 32. Slovene 33. Venetian 34. Walser . Mostly Italian.
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.
Latin is still considered the official language of Rome, though Italian would almost be guaranteed to be spoken by many inhabitants. Other languages like English might be spok…en, but that might be determined by who is around you at the time.
If you mean what is the offical language of modern Rome then it will be Italian. However if you mean what language was spoken in ancient rome then it was Latin.
English, and Italian
The most popular language spoken in Lazio, which is situated in Italy is Italian. Although some people still speak Roman Latin.