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What main languages do British people speak?
the answer is English
Malaysian people speak Malay or Bahasa Melayu. But in Malaysia, there is also a large Chinese and Indian population. Therefore many speak Chinese and Indian as well. English i…s thought as mandatory second language and therefore most everyone speaks English as well.
The official language of Argentina is Spanish.
Yes, although it's considered a different dialect than the English spoken in the States. It's usually referred to as "The Queen's English" Honestly i find this question incre…dibly stupid, of course we do, the main country in britain is england and there called english people (me being one). Americans only speak english because it used to be a member of the british empire. There are subtle differences though in the way the language is spoken
They speak the same English but they do say some word in hawaiian Mostly English but there and many languages that people speak there too Pigeon -- English slang There is a n…ative Hawaiian language, famous for its limited alphabet, but most people there today can speak English (and some Spanish).
Michigan has no official language but most of the population will speak English, or American English, as their first language.
People in Thailand speak Thai.
They don't have a 'main' language they speak many different ones. Buddhists live in almost every country in the world, and they speak the language of their countries. China, …Korea, Japan, Laos, Thailand and India have large Buddhist populations, and they speak more than 1000 languages, including: MandarinCantoneseJapaneseKoreanThaiLaoHindiMarathiGujaratiBengaliPunjabiArabicEnglish
The majority are Anglophones; but almost all British Columbians speak english.
people from mali speak french
English, unlike Americans who speak American English.
Nationally people speak mandarin Chinese, or putonghua, with most local dialects varying slightly from the standard Chinese, but Cantonese, a dialect popular in Guangdong prov…ince and among many overseas Chinese, differs largely from the mandarin in pronunciation (not so in writing).
There is actually no such thing as a British accent. There is an English accent, a Scottish accent, an Irish accent, or a Welsh accent. These are generally spoken within the…ir own countries (English in England, Scottish in Scotland, etc.). However, people all over the world may have a breed of a British accent because either they are immigrants themselves or they picked it up from their family.