What languages are spoken in the Hawaiian Islands?
There are thousands of languages spoken on hundreds of thousands of islands. The most common language spoken on islands is English.
The official language of the Spanish Virgin Islands is Spanish, spoken by nearly everyone.
English or Gaelic.
As a province of Ecuador, the Galapagos islands are predominantly Spanish.
The 1 official language of the Faroe Islands is Faroese. The Faroese language is a Germanic language which is descended from Old Norse. The 5 most common languages of the Faroe Islands (with the number of speakers and percents) are: Faroese 45,361 (90.8%) Danish 1,546 (3.1%) Icelandic 201 (0.4%) English 190 (0.3%) Filipino 103 (0.2%) The most common foreign languages are Danish, English, and German.
English Pitkern or English
The official languages of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are: Hindi English Bengali is the dominant and most spoken language, with 26% of the population speaking Bengali. The major languages spoken in the islands are: Bengali (26%) Hindi (18.23%) Tamil (17.68%) Telugu (12.81%) Malayalam (8.11%) Nicobarese (8.05%) The minor spoken languages are: Kurukh/Oraon Munda Kharia Andaman Creole Hindi is widely used as a trade language in the Andamans.
Many languages are not spoken in India, including: Hebrew Filipino Hawaiian Tlingit Navaho Xhosa Zulu
Polynesia is a region in Oceania comprising of 1000 islands. There are a number of different languages spoken in Polynesia like Tahitian, Maori, Hawaiian, Tongan and Samoan. Mermaid is called 'eraia ana' in Maori language.
Uh, English! also Hawaiian, Japanese, and French.
The main language of the Magdalen Islands is French, followed by English.
The language of the island of Tortola is English.
The 1 official language of SGSSI is English. It is the only language spoken there, because there are only about 30 British citizens temporarily living there, mainly scientists.
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.
The official languages of the Republic of the Marshall Island are English and Marshallese, one of the Malayo-Polynesian languages.
The islands in the Pacific ocean are home to more than 2000 languages. If you ask about a specific country, you'll get a more accurate answer.
The primary language is English. Few native Hawaiians speak Hawaiian.
The languages of the Torres Straits Islands include: English Kalau Lagau Ya Meriam Mir Torres Strait Creole
English and some Spanish
they speak maori Cook island maori
The languages of Saipan include: English Chamorro Refaluwasch (also called the Carolinian language) Tagalog and other immigrant languages are also spoken.
English is spoken all over the Shetland Islands.
The Cayman Islands are a textbook example of a unilingual society. No other languages are spoken there except English. The only possible exception would be tourists from non-English speaking countries.
Both islands are predominantly English speaking. For the languages of New Zealand, click here.
ʻAʻohe Hawaiʻi Au! This literally translates to Not Hawaiian I, or Not Hawaiian Me. Like all languages other than English, sentence structure seems to be reversed to people who speak English. The grammatical sentence structure of the Hawaiian language is closely related to the local Hawaiian Pidgin language (which utilizes an assortment of vocabulary from several languages, but spoken in English).
The main language of the Bajuni Islands is KiBajuni, also known as Tikulu. It is a dialect of Swahili.
The 3 official languages in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are: English Chamorro Refaluwasch (Carolinian language) Here is a list of all languages spoken in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: Philippine languages 32.8% Chamorro (official) 24.1% English (official) 17% Other Pacific island languages 10.1% Chinese 6.8% Other Asian languages 7.3% Other 1.9% American Sign Language is the language of the deaf community.
English Japanese and spanish
There are many languages spoken in Japan, but Japanese is by far the most spoken and official language and practically all Japanese citizens and many temporary residents speak it. Minority languages in Japan include Okinawan (spoken on Okinawa Island by many island natives), Korean (by the relatively large Korean immigrant population), and Ryukyuan languages spoken by natives of the Ryukyu Islands south of the main Japanese islands. English is limited to major cities or tourist… Read More
Swedish, though most have at least a basic ability in English.
If you mean the the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, click here.If you mean Guam (the southern Marianas Islands), click here.
The people of the Falkland Islands are mostly of British heritage so speak English.
The language of the British Virgin Islands is English, as is suggested by te fact that they are British. English. they speak English
Spanish. Palma is the major city of Mallorca which is in the Ballearic Islands of Spain.
English. Most of the population are descended from UK settlers.
Jamaican, Spanish, ALIEN! ---- The three main languages in the Caribbean are English, French, and Spanish.
Hawaiian is spoken in the United States, in the state of Hawaii.
The 1 official language of Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands is French, which is widely spoken as a second language; however, it is spoken natively by less than 10% of the population. The most widely spoken native languages are: Wallisian Futunan Wallisian is spoken by about 86% of the people on Wallis Island. Futunan is spoken by about 95% of the people on Futuna.
Tahiti is part of French Polynesian Islands. According to the CIA World Fact Book the languages spoken are: French 61.1% (official), Polynesian 31.4% (official), Asian languages 1.2%, other 0.3%, unspecified 6% (2002 census) Tahitians speak Tahitian and French. See the related link below for more information. in Tahiti they speak engish and french. but mostly french. Answer Tahitians speak a Polynesian language similar to native Hawaiian, as well as French and English. French and Tahitian… Read More
English Creole, Spanish, and just regular English
Portuguese is spoken in Portugal and also in Brazil. Also in the islands of Portugal you will find them talking Portuguese like people in the Azores.
The Greater Antilles is a grouping of the larger islands in the Caribbean Sea: Cuba Hispaniola (containing Haiti and the Dominican Republic) Puerto Rico Jamaica The Cayman Islands Click on the country to see its languages.
The 1 official language of the Solomon Islands is English. However, less than 2% of the population can speak it. The lingua franca is Solomons Pijin, which is related to the Tok Pisin of Papua New Guinea, but which has no official status. Solomons Pijin has the largest number of speakers if you include those that speak it as as second language. The language with the most native speakers is Kwara'ae. Here is a list… Read More
There are approximately forty Polynesian languages. The most prominent of these are: Tahitian Samoan Tongan Māori Hawaiian Because the Polynesian islands were settled relatively recently and because internal linguistic diversification only began around 2,000 years ago, their languages retain strong commonalities. Polynesians speak a dialect of French called French-Polynesian. And no this does not mean that Polynesians are French because they're not they're Polynesian.
There are many languages that could fit this answer, such as: MÄori Hawaiian Khmer Fon Xhosa Navajo Cherokee
95% of Ethnic Hawaiians speak English as their first language. 5% speak Hawaiian, and that number is shrinking every year.
Languages that are spoken
There is no such language as "Creole." the word creole refers to languages that form when unrelated languages combine. Here is a list of common creolized languages: English-based creole languages Bajan Creole or Barbadian Creole, English-based, spoken in Barbados Belizean Creole, English-based creole spoken in Belize Bislama, an English-based creole, spoken in Vanuatu Gullah language, spoken in the coastal region of the US states of North and South Carolina, Georgia and northeast Florida Guyanese Creole… Read More