What languages did colonial people in Delaware speak?
Delaware was colonized by the English, so the colonial language was English.
English obviously, and some, like the Amish, were immigrants who spoke German.
mexican people speak spanish
Yes, some speak English and some speak other languages.
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A person who speak different languages is called a Linguist.
People in Togo speak French because it was a French colony during the 19th century, and France, like most colonial powers, impressed its language over the existing languages of Togo.
Hawaii, being a group of islands, does not speak any languages. The people in Hawaii speak a lot of different languages, depending on their heritage and education.
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.
A multilingual person is someone who can speak in two or more languages. A monolingual person can speak in only one language. A bilingual person can speak in two languages. A trilingual person can speak in three languages.
No, they do not. For the languages of Romania, click here. For the languages of Italy, click here.
The Bantu people don't speak religion. Furthermore, Bantu is a group of languages, not an ethnic group. People who speak Bantu languages practice many different religions.
Sanitarians are officials who are responsible for public health or people in favor of public health reform. They speak the languages of their country.
jamaican people speak two languages
Of course they speak other languages. Don't you know people in your country who speak more than one language.
People speak all languages from Europe
Of course, people in London speak different languages if they come from different countries and move there, but the official language is English.
many peole there speak Chinese and eglish
They mostly speak English and Hawaiian.
in tanzania can i speak hindi language ??
In Mexico, approximately 1.65 million people still speak various Mayan languages as a first or second language. In Guatemala, 1.08 million people also speak one of the several dialects of Mayan languages.
The Khoikhoi people speak Khoi, one of Khoisan languages--the Khoisan languages are the click languages--spoken in Southern Africa.
You are a polyglot; we don't have separate words for varying numbers of languages people speak, and if we do the use of them is disingenuous.
They speak many, but here are the main languages: Mongol, Tibetan, Chinese, and Manchurian
People from Brazil speak Portuguese and sometimes Spanish.
92% people speak other languages.
The people of Suriname speak Dutch.
People in Melanesia speak the pidgin language because Melanesia includes many islands with people that speak different languages, so some people combine the languages to make the pidgin language.
In Communist (mainland) China. Mandarin is the official language and spoken by the majority of people but differing regions speak different languages.
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because people speak all kinds of different languages
Kayapo people speak the following languages: Jê (various dialects) Portuguese
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What languages do they speak in QatarQatar
Igbo people speak Igbo
the YORUBA PEOPLE SPEAK 'YORUBA'
No. However, all of the languages of the Former Yugoslavia countries speak languages that are related to Russian.
Coralia is a hotel chain. the employees speak many languages.
they speak french and a little bit of arabic
People who are able to speak, use one or more of the 6,809 living languages in the world.
In the Sahara Desert, people speak French, Berber, Arabic, and Ambaric.
Well People learn different languages to be able to communicate with people while they are traveling or for job purposes .. and there is an old saying "The more languages you know the more of a person you are." we speak diffrent languages because we come from diffrent countries
There are rainforests in several parts of the world. People speak different languages. One of the languages people in the Amazon Rainforest Speak is Zapara. But there are more than a thousand other languages It depends entirely on which rain forest it is, which country, what tribe the people may belong to, and the nationality of the people living there.
Most Scotish people speak English as their first language. Some speak Scottish Gaelic. There are people from countries all over the world living in Scotland, so they would speak their own native languages.
No they cannot pay Spanish people more just because they are Spanish and speak two languages. That is considered discrimination in the US. They can pay people of any nationality more if they speak two languages.
there are all sorts of languages that people speak in Raleigh, NC.
There are no statistics available on how many people in Australia speak Italian. While it is certain that there are some who do, the national language of Australia is English, and those who speak other languages normally speak English in addition to any other languages they may speak.
A person who can speak multiple languages is considered to be Multilingual, bilingual (two languages), trilingual (three languages), etc. A name for people who are multilingual and easily learn languages is Polyglot.
99.9%. There are some people who speak native Indian languages, but almost all of these speak Portuguese as well.
Northern European people speak predominately Germanic languages.