Where is Uygur the main spoken language?
Uygur is primarily spoken in Eastern and Central Asia, but it is not considered a "main" language anywhere.
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The language with the most native speakers is Mandarin. The language that is most widely spoken in the world is English. The least spoken language is a tie of about 200 languages, with only 1 or 2 remaining speakers. Ter Sami is often listed as the least spoken, but there are languages all over Aus…tralia, Africa , and the Americas with only 1 speaker left. (MORE)
China has a population of 1.4 billion people, most of whom speak Chinese. That alone makes Chinese the most spoken language. This doesn't even take into account the amount of people that are in Taiwan, Singapore, or other areas where Chinese people live. To whomever posted this, do your homework.… "Chinese" isn't a language. The people of China speak many languages but primarily Mandarin and Cantonese. Mandarin is by far the most common as far as I know. (MORE)
Answer . It would be difficult to answer. The Russia Federation has over 30 official languages, but the main language is still Russian.\n. \nIndia for instance has well over 400 hundred languages yet has one "main" language, which is Hindi in Devanagari script, however English was (and my still… be) an official language of India.\n. \nMost countries have many different languages and dialects, yet have only one (or at most two) language(s) use officially. (MORE)
A Buddhist is a member of a particular religion. There are Buddhists all over the world and they obviously speak the language of their respective countries and cultures. Buddhism originated in India. There are many languages spoken in India. There is no one particular language that is unique to B…uddhists. (MORE)
there isn't really a main language but they speak tsonga northern sotho venda and afikaanns
What is the main reason that attitudes are more often revealed in spoken language rather than written language?
It is because that people of our generation today wants things to be more easier and they need to reveal their intentions intentionally. Now, Stymie Quantos has a go: . . . . . . . . . . . Then again, maybe attitudes are all in your head. No, I mean really. Please let me wander a bit before… explaining why this 'off-the-cuff' answer may keep us from knowing the exact answer to your question. The only way to almost answer comes in long form (with a payoff at the very last line). In the first place, "off-the-cuff" refers to someone blurting out an answer to an interviewer's question without thinking clearly. If you stuck a microphone in my face, I'd be answering it off the cuff of the sleeve covering the arm holding the mic. Think about that. When I read your question I said, aloud to myself, 'because attitudes are all in your head.' That was certainly off-the-cuff. Any thinking before blurting it out was entirely unconscious. I knew what my off-the-cuff answer meant to me. But it probably means nothing to you. Now I'm writing down the rest of it. There's conscious thinking going on, not to mention rereading & revising, so that I can better answer you. The more clarity you want, the harder I have to work thinking it out and writing it down. Hold these two thoughts: The spoken answer is valid, but leaves you wanting. The written answer explains it better, but will still fall a bit short (if you read on). For you see, it may actually be that you've accidentally asked a question from a false premise. Who says my words say more about my attitude than my writing? Both my blurt-out & written responses mean the same to me. But that's because I've been working this problem enough to have an 'attitude' about it. Now you have three thoughts to hold:  Spoken word is largely unconscious,  Written word is largely conscious, and  Attitude is largely self-opinion. Aha! Now we're getting down to it. I'm a non-academic here, but all I did when people were still dumb enough to pay me was struggle with this question so I could do better next time getting info out of somebody. Speaking of academics, it's only recently we have the non-invasive technology to go inside the brain and watch it process stuff. So right now, as of 2011, we're just scratching the surface on things like how the brain works differently in speaking & writing. Pretty soon we'll attract a brain researcher to better fill in the blanks. For this last part, I won't be shooting blanks. But I'll definitely risk a false premise or two, if the questioner will permit me. The word 'attitude' (see  above) the questioner is asking from the standpoint of journalism, or whatever passes for it nowadays. This deduction, Dr. Watson, is most elementary. Brain scientists likely find 'attitude' a little hard to pin down. They'd be looking for something a little more basic, like neural connectivity which can be measured for activity, throughput and effects. They'd tell you how far down close to the brain stem come your words, and how high up close to brain wrinkles come your writings. Only a journalist studies attitudes. Honey, only opinion makes money. They just call it attitude so we won't write you off. Now comes the part where ,  &  come together for me (and might explain why the journalism teacher accidentally fed you a bum steer). Aside from writing this like an arrogant butt-head, my early assertion that both spoken and written words reveal the same attitude still stands. It's just that one makes you, as a journalist, a hero to your boss and the other just bores people. For example, "It's all in your head" is a marketable sound-bite, yet all this other turgid stuff I'm putting out won't count to most everybody. So, it isn't that words that spill out underneath the radar of thought are any better, it's just that you can categorize huge quantities of them under A, B or C and make your readers feel as if they understand more about this crazy tribe we're in. My conclusion is this (WOW, you got way down here??): It isn't necessarily that attitude comes out more honestly when you catch someone off-guard. It's just that the unvarnished truth works better for masses (one might hope) of readers, and the meandering, opinionated drivel that a self-styled expert writes down and signs wanders off into the flaky for most of the rest of us. You cannot sell 'well, maybe.' ... you can only sell 'you bet your damn life.' Attitudes ARE all in your head. How your brain spits them out in speech, it does without first warning you to edit yourself. How it does in paragraph form, it makes you do all the work. (MORE)
Portuguese is the main spoken language in the southwestern country of Portugal . It also is the main spoken language in the South American country of Brazil . And it is the main spoken language in the African countries of Angola , Cape Verde Islands , Guinea-Bissau , Mozambique , and Sao Tome… and Principe . And it also is the main spoken language in the Asian countries of East Timor and Macau . (MORE)
The main Chinese language spoken in mainland China is Mandarin. Cantonese is spoken in the South of China and in Hong Kong and Macau.
There are many languages spoken throughout the world. Languagesvary throughout the world in different countries and regions of theworld.
The primary language in the US is English, but the country does nothave an official language. So many other languages are spokenthere.
The official language of the UK (which includes London) is English and the majority of the people have English as their first language. However, London is a cosmopolitan city with a huge immigrant population, so many of the world's languages can be heard there. The language spoken in London is Eng…lish. (MORE)
Although English may not be the official language of each of theislands, it is the most commonly spoken language on all of theislands due to British colonial background or the high rate ofAmerican tourism. Other official languages on the islands includeDutch, French and Spanish. There are many regio…nal dialects spoken solely by island natives inthe Caribbean. The most common is patois, a melding of English,African words, and the language existing when the island was firstcolonized (typically French). Another location-specific language isPapiamento, a combination of African, Dutch, English, French,Portuguese and Spanish. Other natives may speak English with aheavy West Indian or French Creole accent. If you have troubleunderstanding a native tongue, don't be shy about asking forclarification. (MORE)
The most spoken languages in Europe, with the numbers of speakers, are: German 84 million (Germany + Austria + part of Switzerland) French 70 million (France + part of Belgium + part of Switzerland) English 67 million (UK + Ireland) Italian 61 million (Italy) Spanish 46 million (Spain) … The figures are calculated by adding the populations of the relevant countries. They are approximate only. Russian should be somewhere in this list has about 150 million speakers, but I can find no figures which say how many of these are in Europe. Source: Wikipedia article "List of European countries by population". (MORE)
Both Spanish and English are the official languages of Puerto Rico. However because of Puerto Rico's Spanish Background and the fact it is a self-governing territory of the U.S, English is less widely spoken but the majority of the population are quite fluent in both. It is taught in all the schools… as a major second language. Around 90% of all people in Puerto Rico speak both English and Spanish. For Spanish only, almost 100%. But for English only about 2%. (MORE)
English. Mostly English, though along the borders with Canada there is a small French-speaking population.
There are multiple countries in Central and South America where Spanish is the main language spoken. El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama etc.
Korean (from Korea), Portuguese (from Brazil), and Tagalog (from the Philippines) are also widely spoken in Japan.
 According to the 2000 census, just over 96% of people in Alabama speak only English.  Just under 4% know and speak a language other than English.  Of the latter category, just over 2% speak Spanish or Spanish Creole and just over 0.5% speak German.  Other languages are African languages… [Amharic, Bantu, Ibo, Somali, Swahili, Twi, and Yoruba]; Arabic; Chinese; French; Italian; Japanese; Korean; and Vietnamese. (MORE)
This is a quote from the United States State Department website. Linguistic regions --(Dutch-speaking) Flanders 57.9%; (French-speaking) Wallonia 31.7%; (legally bilingual) Brussels Capital Region 9.7%; German-speaking 0.7%.
Southwest Asia, also called the Middle East, has ARABIC asthe predominant language spoken. However, the dialects differ fromcountry to country.
Oma Lung and Uma Kulit are two Kenyah languages of Borneo.. Malay is the national language, however, English is widely spoken throughout the country.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisaya_(Borneo). the answer needs some improvment
In addition to his native Arabic language, the average Lebanese is often fluent in English or French. Many well-educated Lebanese are tri-lingual.
English! . With a Scotish accent! . But... in the highlands most people speak Gaelic. . Hope this helps! . D .
English is spoken as the common language of choice throughout KZN. Afrikaans and Zulu is also spoken by the resective cultural groups.
French is the official language of 29 countries. Below I have listed their names. Democratic Republic of the Congo France Canada Madagascar Cameroon Cote d'Ivoire Burkina Faso Niger Senegal Mali Rwanda Belgium Guinea Chad Haiti Burundi Benin Switzerland Togo …Central African Republic Republic of the Congo Gabon Comoros Equatorial Guinea Djibouti Luxembourg Vanuatu Seychelles Monaco There are 7 other countries where French is commonly spoken but is not an official language: Morocco Algeria Tunisia Lebanon Mauritania Mauritius Andorra france (MORE)
Portuguese and Spanish. In Brazil they speak Portuguese because in the (I believe) the 16th century, Portugal landed in the New World where Brazil now is and converted all the natives into Christians and also forced them to speak Portuguese instead of their language. Spanish is everywhere else becau…se Spain conquered the rest of South America and "civilized" the "barbarians" of the New World. (MORE)
Gemany (95%, 78.3 million), Austria(89%, 7.4 million), Switzerland Switzerland(65%, 4.6 million) (" D-A-CH "), Luxembourg(0.48 million) and Liechtenstein (0.03 million).
The main language spoken in Jerusalem is Hebrew. In addition, Arabic is spoken by the Arab minority there, and English is the most widely spoken foreign language. Street signs are in Hebrew and Arabic (and sometimes English as well).
Well, it is in the US, so they speak English. But, there are people who speak Spanish.
English. A dialect of General American English to be more precise, with some Spanish influence.
Most of the sacred books of Hinduism are written in Sanskrit andthe script is called Devanagiri. However, Sanskrit is no longer incommon use. No particular language is main for all the Hindus. A majority ofIndians are Hindus. but that doesn't mean that we speak the samelanguage. Not all Hindus spea…k Hindi. Similarly, not all Hindispeaking people are Hindus. (MORE)
Jamaican, Spanish, ALIEN! ---- The three main languages in the Caribbean are English, French, and Spanish.
The most widely spoken in Europe is English. The most spoken languages in Europe, with the numbers of speakers, are: German 84 million (Germany + Austria + part of Switzerland) French 70 million (France + part of Belgium + part of Switzerland) English 67 million (UK + Ireland) Italian 6…1 million (Italy) Spanish 46 million (Spain) The figures are calculated by adding the populations of the relevant countries. They are approximate only. Russian should be somewhere in this list has about 150 million speakers, but I can find no figures which say how many of these are in Europe. Source: Wikipedia article "List of European countries by population". (MORE)
English is the main language spoken in Australia, but it is not theofficial language, as Australia has no declared official language. English is spoken by 78.5% of Australia's population. AfterEnglish, Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Mandarin andVietnamese, in that order, are the most widely-spo…ken languages,and languages of most cultures are represented and spoken byAustralians. (MORE)
The dominant language in Amsterdam is Dutch, but most Dutchmen speak English with foreigners. Additionally, there is a growing Moroccan and Algerian population in Amsterdam that speak Arabic, but Arabic does not have official recognition.
There is no Caribbean "mainland" but there are countries in Central America with Caribbean borders. The most spoken language in Central America is Spanish.
English is the main language spoken in the United States because the founding fathers of the country were all from England.
If you are referring to the languages spoken by people who live in the Caucasus mountains, then those languages would be Azerbaijani, Armenian, Georgian and Russian.
Ola the 2 main languages spoken in south American nations are Spanish and portugues tchau
Pitkern, which is the main language of the Pitcairn Islands. (English is the Official language, but most of the population speaks Pitkern as their first language). The total population as of 2011 is 47 people.
Punjabi Gurumukhi script remains the main language as Sri Guru Granth sahib ji, the eleventh guru of the Sikhs is written in gurumukhi. Today people from different cultures and languages have joined Sikhism. They speak different languages like English , Hindi French Spanish .. List goes on.. Gurumuk…hi Punjabi is and would remains the common language of the Sikhs in spite of different cultures which join Sikhism in future! (MORE)
Russian - it is spoken by approximately 125 million people (mainly in European Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, and Latvia).
What are the main two main languages spoken in South America and why do we still speak these two main languages today?
The two main languages spoken are Spanish and Portuguese and we continue to speak them because over the years they have become our native languages.
English is the main language spoken in Australia, but it is not the official language, as Australia has no declared official language. English is spoken by 78.5% of Australia's population. After English, the next most common language is Chinese, which is spoken by an estimated 2.5% of the population…. (MORE)
The Arabic langue is spoken in 22 countries. The countries are: 1) Algeria 2) Bahrain 3) Comoros 4) Djibouti 5) Egypt 6) Iraq 7) Jordan 8) Kuwait 9) Lebanon 10) Libya 11) Mauritania 12) Morocco 13) Oman 14) Palestine 15) Qatar 16) Saudi Arabia 17) Somalia 18) Sudan 19) Syria 20) Tunisia 21) Unite…d Arab Emirates 22) Yemen (MORE)
Yes, the main language is Portuguese .They also speak in other languages. They are European immigrant,indigenous, bilinguaslism. But, the main language in Portuguese
Data from the United States Census Bureau report that 95.2% ofTennessee residents speak only English. The next most commonlanguage is Spanish. Data from the United States Census Bureaureport that 2.5% of Tennessee residents speak Spanish.
The main language spoken by Spanish people is Spanish. Some Spanish people also speak Catalan, especially the ones from Catalonia, and are also fluent in Portuguese.
South Carolina is part of the United States, and thus the main language spoken in South Carolina is English.
The main reason attitude is more noticeable spoken rather thanwritten is because attitude is often inflected in the voice and ishard to convey written.