What would you like to do?
What other languages do they speak in Italy?
The official language is Italian. Lombard and Emilian dialects are also spoken.
In naples they speak Italian though quite a lot of people there are bilingual, they also speak some English.
Yes, some other languages spoken in France are Basque, Corsican, and Arabic.
Spanish, German, Hebrew, & Gypsy
No, she spoke only English, as she had lived her whole live in the state of Alabama
He only speaks English.
Yes you can, depend on which language you want to learn, some languages are not that difficult to learn, but some are, as an example if you want to learn Arabic its the hardes…t language i ever heard of, and English is the easiest one i think. (In my opinion) Because everyone is different. So WHICH ONE do you want to learn? (:
English ( basic ), Japanese ( basic ) and Chinese ( basic )
Italian, he spent much of his childhood in Italy when his father (Joe Bryant) was finishing his pro hoop career. He also speaks spanish.
"Chinese" is not just one language; it is really a family of many dialects, some of which are so different from one another that they could possibly be considered di…fferent languages. Speakers of one dialect often can't understand speakers of other dialects. However, the Chinese languages been written in a uniform way (Chinese characters) for thousands of years. Some of the dialects in the Chinese language family include Mandarin (Putonghua) spoken mostly in the North, Cantonese spoken mostly in Guangdong, Shanghainese (Wu), Hakka, Minbei, and Minnan. There are also numerous ethnic groups in China who speak their own languages, separate from Chinese, such as Zhuang, Manchu, Miao and Uyghur. Mandarin is the official language of the People's Republic of China, and most young people in the PRC can speak Mandarin in addition to their native dialect/language.
Italian, but there are many dialects and a few regional languages such as Ladino. Some people in the Dolomites speak a dialect of German. Near the French border there are dial…ects of Occitan or ProvenÃ§al spoken as well as French. In Trieste some people speak Slovenian or Croatian, and in Sardinia they also have their own language. The above is a good answer. In addition, Italy, like most other major European nations has growing numbers of apparently permanent immigrants for whom Arabic, Turkish, and other Middle Eastern and African languages are primary and will continue to be primary for at least another generation.
Yes, Quechua is a native language the most popular but in some parts near Bolivia they speak Aymara Also in the jungle they have different native languages