Michelle Trachtenberg speaks what language besides English?
she can speak Russian fluently.
Okay, well, most people say Spanish is #1 easiest language in the world. I admit, it's pretty easy. And second of all, ENGLISH IS A HARD LANGUAGE. Of course if you grow up and only speak English, it's easy. Cause your family speaks English. But, that doesn't count. i think that the eaisest language to learn in the world besides English is Spanish, and Jamican, also French
English may be our second language but many have difficulty in it for the same reasons people of other nationalities have difficulties in it. We have our own language to speak in. We are more used to speaking our own language. Some can't get the education to learn it. Besides, we have a lot of good English speakers too (sometimes even better in English than Filipino).
According to the 2011 census, about 58 percent of the population reported that their mother tongue was English and English was most often spoken at home by 66 percent of the population. About 22 percent of the population reported that their mother tongue and the language spoken at home was French. The remaining 20 percent spoke another language besides English or French when at home, and English was by far the language of the work…
It actually does. On May 08, 2007 Senator James M. Inhofe declared English the official language. Put that in your juice box and suck it! That statement is false. Besides, one person cannot declare a language for the US. It must be passed by Congress and signed by the president, and seeing how that has not happened yet, the US has no official language. 30 states, however, have made English the official language.
The game is released first in Japan so some must be in that language. It was also released inKorea, but it is not known in what language the North American, Europe, and Australia releases were all in English I could find no record of any of the Professor Layton Games being released in Spanish. Do you mean besides English. I does come in spanish
I think Michelle Mccool is bing mean is because Michelle is very jealous of Mickie and she knows that Mickie will take the wwe woman's championship Head games. Michelle is toying with Mickie in hopes that it will distract her and besides Mickie is not fat she is very pretty and Michelle is jealous of Mickie's killer curves.
No, not everyone speaks English. Many regions have their own regional languages like south India has got Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada. North has Hindi, Punjabi, Their is assamese and many more. English is the official language of India, besides Hindi and it is also spoken by a wide variety of people. South India also has English as a major language of communication. Purely English speakers can be found there. In north-east,like UP, MP, its Hinglish(Hindi+English)!!
The language that is spoken most in the US other than English is Spanish, and it is expected, according to current demographic trends, that eventually Spanish will surpass English as the most spoken language in the US, at which time it may become necessary to make the US officially a bilingual country. Over 30 million (more than 10%) of the United States population speaks fluent Spanish (2000 census). In fact, with the exception of both…
Not really. The British gave Nigeria independence, and English is mandatory (also official) and it is taught to children as young in primary school, but not everyone becomes fluent. Besides peoples tribal language (which is also important) they also have to speak English in nigeria. So most nigerians in average know 2 or more languages by the time they are adults.
Chinese, Malays and Indians are three main racial groups in Singapore. Hence the common language of communication is English. Besides that, Singaporeans will usually know how to speak their mother tongue which is either Chinese, Malays or Indian language. Therefore, the general way of communication is in English, but you can also speak in their mother tongue to the various racial groups.
German is the country's only official language in: Liechtenstein German is the majority language, and shares official status with other languages in: Germany (besides locally Sorbian, Frisian, and Danish) Austria (besides locally Slovene, Croatian, and Hungarian) Luxembourg (besides French and Luxembourgish, the latter being a form of German) Switzerland (besides French, Italian and Rumantsch) German is a minority language with official status in: Belgium (besides Dutch and French) German language has official status only in…
you mean "from where did language emanate?"? language evolves naturally in any instance of human society. ANY instance; some king had his children raised by deaf-mutes for awhile to see what would happen, and amongst themselves they developed a small vocabulary of words similar to those of the Phrygian language. That's only spoken language, though. Children who grow up with apes as household pets sometimes begin to imitate ape communication before beginning to speak English…