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Whats the language in Italy?
The official language is Italian. Lombard and Emilian dialects are also spoken.
The original and official language of the Republic of Italy is Italian. However, Rome pre-dates Italy by nearly a thousand years, and in Rome they spoke Latin.
In naples they speak Italian though quite a lot of people there are bilingual, they also speak some English.
the primary language of Italy is Italian there are however quit a few German speakers.
English, and Italian
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.
Italy is famous for its culture. It has amazing historic places and art. If you want more info watch videos with people going to Italy like Global Trekker. There is more to It…aly though.
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The most popular language spoken in Lazio, which is situated in Italy is Italian. Although some people still speak Roman Latin.
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.
In Italy in WW2
they speak Italian and use the Euro, though only a short time ago, they used the Lira