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What languages do they speak in Miami Florida?
English is the official language, but spanish has a important influence there, Florida was discovered by spain. But there are a lot of latins in miami. Also they speak some french, the are a lot of inmigrants from haiti--> french
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Yes...over 67% of the city talks spanish, and 40% of Hispanics in the city of Miami talk only spanish
English There are a lot of Spanish speakers in Florida as well, and most places you go a Spanish speaker could probably find someone who could help them in Spanish. …Many other languages are also spoken, but English is the primary language of the state.
The Apalachee were part of the Muskogean group, meaning that they spoke a language related to Koasati, Hitchiti, Alabamu, Chickasaw, Choctaw and Creek. The Apalachee language …has long been extinct.
About forty-five minutes by aeroplane, and four and a half hours by car, taking the delightful Tamiami trail A.K.A. Alligator alley. Some advice if you're driving: Drive fast …with a full tank of gas and don't stop. It is 279.86 miles according to MapQuest.
People in Florida mostly speak English--since Florida is a part of the US--and some Spanish, since there is a heavy Cuban population. Those are the main two languages spoken t…hough people do speak other languages, just not in great numbers.
There are two towns in Florida named Sunrise and the closest one to Miami is west of Fort Lauderdale and about 33 miles from Miami. The second Sunrise is on the Gulf Coast nea…r Bradenton and 220 miles from Miami.
well, they do speak English there and there are some spanish people over there too
No, the city of Miami is in the state of Florida within the United States. You had it backwards.
Basic English is acceptable in most transaction.
Lithuanian the official state language of Lithuania and is recognized as one of the official languages of the European Union.
They usually speak languages with a coherent form of words. Hope this helped!
The Miami language was part of the Algonquian language family and very closely related to Illinois, Peoria, Wea and Piankashaw. The language became extinct, although it had …been very well recorded and documented. Since the 1990s a joint project between the Miami tribe and Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, has been working to revive the language.This has been named the Myaamia Project.
Arabic is mainly spoken in the Middle East, and there are different dialects. Egyptian Arabic is different, but not much, from Arabic spoken in Saudi Arabia. Even in mostly Ar…abic speaking counties in the Middle East and North Africa, the dialect, and accent differs. The Qu'ran is written in Arabic, so most Muslims, no matter were they live in the world, or their original language, can and are encouraged to learn Arabic to recite the Qu'ran. It is only spoken when praying to Allah, despite one's country of origin or language. There are Christian Arabs of Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and all the other Arabic Countries. Honduras, Salvador, Chile and many other countries have large populations of Arabic speaking people who are not Muslims. Arabic is also one of the official languages of Israel, along with Hebrew on all street signs and government documents.
It is 34.61 miles according to MapQuest.
According to Bing Maps, it is 115.1 miles from Naples, FL to Miami, FL.
Surely you jest, for such a list would number in the thousands. You might make a try for such a list under the Freedom of Information Act throughh the Social Security, DOD and… the US Census, but it is unlikely that it would be provided.