What are the four languages that are part of the Latin language family?
English, français, espagñol, italiano.
The four largest language branches in the Indo-European family of languages are Indo-Iranian (which includes Sanskrit, Hindi, Punjabi, Persian, Kurdish, and many others), Germanic (which includes German, English, the various Scandinavian languages, Dutch and others), Latin (which includes the Romance languages such as French, Spanish and Rumanian) and Balto-Slavic (including Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Czech, Lithuanian and others).
Three of Switzerland's four official languages are rooted in Latin: Italian French Romansch
Q. Did the Anasazi have any type of spoken language? A. Yes! Although the Anasazi (ancestral Puebloans is another name for them) did not have a written language, they most certainly did have a spoken language. Any group of people need to be able to communicate, and the Anasazi were no different. We do know that they spoke to each other, but we cannot be sure what their language sounded like. Our best clues come… Read More
There are not four languages there are hundreds
The word Quadribrachial means four arms in Latin language.
Switzerland has four national languages: French, Italian, Romansh, and Swiss German.
The most well-recognized Latin (some also call them "Romance" languages, not because they are necessarily romantic, but because they are of Roman origin) are French, Spanish, Italian, Catalan, Portuguese and Romanian. However, there are also numerous less-known languages that have a Latin origin, among them: Asturian: Once considered a Spanish dialect, it is now regarded as an independent language of the west Spanish region of Asturia. Galician: A close relative of Portuguese, this language is… Read More
Well I know three of them.... Portuguese Spanish Latin
English,French, Italian, and Latin
It is latin four "before war."
English, Latin, Spanish, French
Aramaic, Greek, Hebrew and Latin?
You are probably referring to the four languages the Bible was originally in: Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek; and Latin.
There are more than four, closer to 50. The ones people tend to think of are Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese. Catalan and Romanian are also romance languages. All are derived from Latin, the language of the Romans. In this instance "Romance" is an adjective for relating to the Romans--it has nothing to do with hearts & flowers.
Aramaic is a language. It is the only language spoken in Aramaic, just as English is the only language spoken in English.
I love you: German = Ich liebe dich French = Je t'aime Italian = Ti amo Romansch = Jeu carezel tei
The four most popular languages by population spoken (number of people actually using the language): Mandirine-developed in China English-Developed in England Arabic-developed in Arabia French-Developed in France Many argue that the Russian language is also top4, but so many dialects had emerged it is difficult to list it as one language. The Languages listed as most nation's official language or official languages: English French Spanish Arabic often Russian as well
In Latin America, Brazil is a former colony of Portugal, and has Portuguese as its official language. In Africa, Cape Verde Islands and Guinea-Bissau likewise are former colonies, and keep Portuguese as their official languages. In Southeast Asia, East Timor is a former colony, and maintains the official status of Portuguese right alongside of the indigenous Tetum language. And in Asia, Macau is a former colony, and uses Portuguese and Chinese as official languages.
q.i.d. = four times a day (Latin: quater in die)
English is the language of business. German is the language of science. French is the language of diplomacy and cooking. Italian is the language of classical music. Most Europeans speak between two to four languages.
Four main languages: French, German, Italian and Rhaeto-Romansch.
The normal abbreviation for Switzerland is CH. CH = Confoederatio Helvetica This is the official name of Switzerland in Latin. In English it translates as "Swiss Confederation". Latin is chosen in order to be neutral between Switzerland's four official languages. Swiss coins are marked "Confoederatio Helvetica", on banknotes there is enough room to put all four languages.
Sweden has 1 official language: Swedish. You might be thinking of Switzerland, which has 4 official languages.
She was well-educated and spoke - besides of course, English - fluent Latin, French and Italian. Those three were at the time the languages of science and diplomacy. So, four languages in all.
There is no such thing as the Swiss language. Four different languages are spoken in different parts of Switzerland: German, French, Italian and Romansh.
Germanic Latin Greek Celtic
It depends on the country. It can be anywhere from zero to hundreds. For example: The United States has ZERO official languages. Argentina has ONE official language. Switzerland has FOUR official languages. South Africa has ELEVEN official languages.
most vikings undertood both dialects. it later developed into four different languages: danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Icelandic A+ swiss
Russian is the most geographically widespread language of Eurasia, the most widely spoken of the Slavic languages, and the largest native language in Europe. Russian belongs to the family of Indo-European languages and is one of three (or,according to some authorities, four) living members of the East Slavic languages, the others being Belarusian and Ukrainian (and possibly Rusyn, often considered a dialect of Ukrainian). It is also spoken by the countries of the Russophone. For… Read More
The initials for Switzerland are CH. CH = Confederatio Helvetica. This is latin, and is used in order to be neutral between Switzerland's four languages.
I've seen the anime in four different language choices.
Melina only speaks two languages that i know of and they are English and spanish.
French is number nine for native speakers, number four overall.
There are 3 main international languages: English Spanish French The fourth language is a matter of opinion. Hindi is an inter-state language on the sub-continent of India. Swahili has international status in Africa. Mandarin in Asia, and Filipino in the Philippines.
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Because that is what the people speak there, and they spoke those languages even before Switzerland was founded. Switzerland has clear language boundaries running through it. On one side they speak one language; on the other side they speak a different language. In some countries the international border corresponds to the language boundary. In the case of Switzerland it does not.
South Carolina had native languages belonging to the Iroquoian, Muskogean, Siouan and Yuchian families. The Yuchi language is an "isolate", unrelated to any other known language.
It's not possible to count the words in any language, because there is no universal definition of what a word is. But most estimates place the number of each language of Switzerland between 40,000 and 160,000 words (which is the same range for almost all other languages). The languages of Switzerland are: Swiss German French Italian Romansch Note: English is an exception. It has the largest number of words of any language in the world… Read More
The Root word "quad" comes from the Latin language, and it means "four" (4).
it is one of the four national languages of Switzerland spoken by about 35,000 people. Thought to be descended from Vulgar Latin spoken by Romans who lived there
-German -Norwegian -Swedish -Icelandic Those 4 above are 4 Germanic languages that are still spoken today among more (and even more extinct ones such as Old Norse). And don't forget the language you and I are using, English. A language drived from Anglo-Saxon, also a Germanic language.
Most of Mesoamerica spoke Oto-Manguean and Mayan languages. In addition to those, there were four other language families: MixeÐZoque, Totonacan, Uto-Aztecan, and Chibchan.
Celtic is not a language. It is a group of languages. You would have to specify. Here are some of the most common Celtic languages: Irish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic Welsh Manx Cornish Breton
According to many, English is the most difficult language to learn. Although, in my opinion, if your native tongue is Latin-based, it can be difficult to learn languages with alternate alphabets. <<>> As one of the Indo-European language group that contains all the European languages except a few, Russian is not excessively difficult for a speaker of a common European language like English. Members of other languages groups are far harder, examples being Finnish, Hungarian… Read More
Latin and Etruscan are completely unrelated languages, although Etruscan did influence Latin slightly. Unlike Latin, Etruscan is agglutinating, with nouns and verbs showing suffixed inflectional endings and ablaut in some cases. Nouns show four cases; singular and plural numbers, and masculine and feminine genders. Phonologically, Etruscan appears uncomplicated, with a four-vowel system and an apparent contrast between aspirated and unaspirated stops. The language shows phonetic change over time, with the loss and then re-establishment of… Read More
Old English was a highly inflected language. Its four cases were the same as four of the five cases in ancient, classical Latin. It lacked the Latin language's ablative case for the objects of prepositions. Otherwise, it would have been more cooperative than modern English in retaining Latin word order.
This depends on which school you wish to attend. Most medical schools do not have a language requirement, but they require a bachelor's degree in order to apply. Individual universities that grant Bachelor's degrees each have their own requirements, so you would have to check with each of those schools. Some universities only require one language course. Others require as many as four courses. Usually you can choose from several or many languages. Even more… Read More
The latin American people that had an empire in Peru were the Incas. Their official language was Quechua and the name of their empire was Tahuantinsuyo which can be translated as The Four United Regions.
Answer Latin was the language spoken by the Romans in Italy, the people who created the Roman Empire. The Latin language was not deliberately created. It was the language spoken on the streets of Rome, a lot more like Italian or Spanish than the Latin that we read in books today. Street Latin was a kind of slang, just as we have slang speech in modern languages, in modern times, different from the written language… Read More
Switzerland has four official languages (not national languages).