Do people in Serbia speak English?
Bok, JA sam ruski i ja volim votku, takođe sam teškog naoružanja tip.
People who are American speak American English and people who are British speak British English.
mostly people that live in cities that are in Ecuador speak English like 75% people noe how to write and speak English
about 14% of the people in Panama speak English
there is about 63.7% of people speak English in japan
Dutch people speak English.
Yes, people in La Push do speak English. It's part of Washington state, and while there are some people who do speak Quileute, most of them speak English as well.
People who live in Canada speak English or French.
People who are born in a country where English is spoken, like England and the United States, knows how to speak English. Also, People who have English as a second language know how to speak English.
Not many people in Ukraine speak English. Ukrainian is the official language and many people speak Russian.
People in Illinois speak English, specifically American English. 80.8% of people in Illinois speak English. 10.9% speak Spanish, 1.6% speak Polish and 6.7% speak other languages.
where do people speak English and french well theres France, England. lol they speak both in Canada In the Seychelles and Mauritius.
the 5% speak english
people speak English in Wyoming.
As of 2011, there are about 315,000,000 people in the US. And 305,000,000 of them speak English.
From experience, I find that most people in Montreal can speak some English.
do people in Brazil speak English? nowadays 35% population in brazil speaks English
yes, but they also speak a hawian language, similar to people in California speak English but spanish too.
In Scotland, most people speak English, but some speak Gaelic in varying forms. I'm in Scotland and most of people speak English.
they speak English
They Speak English
Today, the majority speak english and/or Hebrew.
People speak dutch. Why? First of all, why do we speak English? Pioneers brought us the language of English. Getting a clue? ;)
About 50% of the population of Hong Kong can speak English.
The majority of people in Denmark speak English since it is taught in school.
Most people in Charlottetown speak English.
yes they can speak english they also write in english. Hope this helps
About 86% (some sources say 90%) of the population of Sweden speak English, most to a very high level of fluency. In fact, it would be difficult to find a person in Sweden who can't speak any English.
Yes. American people speak American English everywhere they go, even in England.
everybody in the republic did speak British English
In a group of 500 people 200 can speak Hindi while only 125 can speak English alone The number of people who can speak both Hindi and English?
175 people i am guessing
The exact number of people who speak English worldwide is not known. It is estimated to be in the billions.
There are is an estimated 350 million people speak English as their second language.
Many people in Nigeria speak English, as it was a British colony for many years.
More people speak Spanish as a native tongue (first language) than English, but more people speak English as a second or third or fourth language than Spanish.
There's really no such thing as one standard of "correct English" for all countries. Each country and state has its own standards for language. The people of India speak perfect Indian English. The people of Australia speak perfect Australian English The people of North America speak perfect American English.
Some people speak English in Indonesia. Though sometimes their English isn't perfect, there are some there who can speak it really well.
Yes, people do speak French there, but significantly more people speak English or Inuktitut.
They are 15 people 7 of them speak English 8 off the french 3 people speak none how many of these speak both English french?
== There are 7 people, not including the french. The french question doesn't make sense. If it said, "3 of the 8 french people couldn't speak none," that would be clearer. So, there are 7+5== 12 people who can speak english,while the remaining(which is 3) people can't speak english. Simple as that. Simple addition. ===
They generally speak Serbian which is very similar to Croatian. Some Serbians speak Hungarian and Albanian. This guy made a mistake Serbia is not like Croatian, Croatian is like Serbian because the croatian language was created after 1990 and the Serbian language in the 1400
Yes, some speak English and some speak other languages.
Merry Christmas. We speak English too unless you speak Gaelic. Even then most people speak English as well.
No, they speak Spanish. Though some people do speak english. There are some schools where you learn it. Still, (if i am not wrong) most people don't. (i am uruguayan)
No, they speak German, French, Italian, or Romansh. Only a few people speak English as a second language learnt in School.
Everyday speak to as many people as you can. You can only improve spoken English by speaking and it is better to speak to people than speak to yourself.
to communicate with other people that speak English
English is not the official language of Portugal, however, many portuguese people can speak english fluently over there.
People in Maryland, USA, speak English. English is the national language of all 50 states in the U.S.
yes, they do. ur_krazy: Guam doesn't speak English. The people who live their do.
About 10% of the population of Russia can speak English fluently.
There is actually 9 of 10 provinces in Canada who speak English so more than the half speak English.