Do children only need language spoken to them to dev their language?
Speaking a language to children will help them to develop the ability or skills to speak in that exact language. However, studies show that even without specific linguistic input, humans will still develop language (their own language) as long as they have someone to communicate with. It's incredible! Language is an innate characteristic of humans.
Aramaic is a language. It is the only language spoken in Aramaic, just as English is the only language spoken in English.
The only southern Iroquoian language spoken is Cherokee.
Yiddish is the only language spoken in Yiddish. Just like English is the only language spoken in English.
Marghi is a Chadic language but it is not spoken in Chad. It is only spoken in Nigeria.
There are no American Languages spoken in Afghanistan. English is spoken by only 8% of the Population, but English is considered a European language, not an American language.
Korean is the only language spoken in North Korea.
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 Australia, Africa, and the Americas with only 1 speaker left.
There is not only 1 language but there are many other more languages so the question should be what ARE the languages spoken in Alaska. Or what is the the language the is widely spoken in Alaska.The widely spoken language in Alaska is English.
A country is bilingual if more than one language is spoken. There are not countries where their is only one language is spoken.
Yes, Swahili is spoken in Malawi, although it is only spoken by a very small percentage and is definitely not a major language. The major language is Chichewa.
The language or languages spoken in the village of Moka, are Creole (the most common language usually spoken at home), Bhojpuri ( the second language usually spoken at home), and many more. English language only takes about 5% of people speak of it.
In Europe, English is only spoken as a first language in: The United Kingdom The Republic of Ireland
Mandarin is the second most spoken language by total number of speakers, second only to English.
Mandarin is NOT the most widely spoken language. It has the most native speakers, but it is only spoken in China and Chinese territories. English is the most widely spoken language in the world.
English is the most spoken language in Wales, with almost all of the population being able to speak English. Welsh is only spoken by about 460,000 people.
English is the only spoken language in most areas of Hawaii, other than minority immigrant languages, such as Japanese. The Hawaiian language is only spoken in a few areas by less than 3000 people.
No, German is the language currently spoken in Germany and Austria for example. Latin was the language of the Romans. It is not spoken anymore and only studied for academic purposes.
The Makah people Speak: English qʷi·qʷi·diččaq, called "the Makah Language" in English. The Makah language is only spoken as a second language, but a revival plan is underway.
The only language from Europe that is widely spoken in India is English.
The only official language of the Falkland Islands is English, spoken daily by almost everyone. Spanish is spoken by a small immigrant minority, mostly Chileans and Argentines, but it is not official.
Spanish is the next most widely spoken language, but only about 10% of the population speaks Spanish.
Basque is spoken in France and Spain, but only as a second language. It has no native speakers.
The main language spoken in Peru is Spanish. A small population speak only Quechua or Aymara.
Portuguese is the name of the language that's spoken in Portugal. It's the official language. And it's the language that's the most widely known, spoken and understood. The next most commonly spoken of the native languages of Portugal is Mirandese, which is spoken in the north. There are an estimated 5,000 speakers whose only language is Mirandese. The number increases to 12,000 when census takers include those speakers who are bilingual, and therfore fluent in… Read More
Latin is spoken all over the world, no matter if it's its national language or not. Latin is absolutely everywhere. But, the only country that has Latin as its national language is the Vatican City. However, there is no place in the world where Latin is spoken as a first language.
Romanian is a Romance language spoken by Balkan people.
the language spoken in tajikistan is TAJIK (tajik is a language very similar to FARSI but the only difference between both languages is the accent). Tajiki Tajik
There are several but the only Spanish-speaking nation where the language has limited status is the United States where it is widely spoken but not used officially by the government.
It is Bengali which is spoken by about 180 million people
The top three most widely spoken languages are: English Spanish Hindi The top three languages with the largest number of speakers are: Mandarin Hindi Spanish
Only if they learn it in school as a second language.
Only Brazil has Portuguese as its official language.
It is the language once spoken by ethnic natives of Hawaii. Today only a few hundred people can speak it.
Latin is not spoken in any region of Spain. Galician is spoken mainly in Galicia. Basque is spoken as a second language only, mainly in the Basque regions of Spain and France.
English is spoken as too Italian, Arabic and German - and in certain places Welsh!.
Both of them. But in Haiti only in Hinche Province Spanish is mostly spoken.
The languages of Samoa are: Samoan English Samoan Sign Language The only ethnicity in Samoa are native Samoans.
English is spoken, but only by a small number of people. Spanish is the official and most spoken language of Puerto Rico.
The national language of the United States is English. There is no official language. For more information about the languages of the United States, click here.
The only "native" language spoken in Hawaii is Hawaiian, but only about 3000 people speak it fluently. Also, Hawaiian has no monolingual speakers (meaning everyone that speaks Hawaiian, also speaks English).
It's not its official language and very few people may speak Dutch. All Uruguayans speaks Spanish and many of them knows English and/or Portuguese. The national language of Uruguay is Spanish. SPANISH is the main language. Portugese and English and some local languages are also spoken Spanish. Spanish. The official language of Uruguay, a country in South America, is Spanish. Spanish dutch is the official language in Uruguay. however spanish and English is also spoken… Read More
There is no concensus among scientists one which species first used spoken language. Many believe that Homo Sapiens and Homo Neanderthalensis were the ONLY two species to use language.
Latin is spoken as a second language all over the world, but it has no native speakers, making it a dead language. Vatican City is the only semi-independent entity where Latin is spoken as an official language.
As far as we know, the only Genus ever to develop spoken Language is the Human Genus, but no one knows for certain which Human species was first.
the national language of India is HINDI.. but there are only few states in which Hindi is spoken. and other wise regional language is spoken according to the states people are living in.
there are only 2. first english, then spanish.
Only if they learn it in school as a second language. Otherwise no.
Only by Italians there... National language is Spanish
Brazil is the unique south american country whose official and most spoken language is the Portuguese Language. Many other countries have portuguese as a secondary language, but when a question is asked that way, the only valid answer is the primary spoken language.