seven hundred thousand well, 18.4 million in some form. Count on the educated urban people to understand what a native English speaker is saying if that is your language and you are planning on traveling or immigrating and are worried about learning kiswahili.
All of them.
Kenya people speak Burundi
Approximately 75% of Canadians speak English.
English - at least 99% Irish - about 10% speak it fluently
95% or more
Yes, because in Kenya they have school. And mostly all of the schools teach English. So I'm probably guessing they would speak English, but they prefer to speak their native language.
Very few. Almost everyone speaks English, and about 8% can speak both English and Irish.
Last time I was there at least 95 % of the people spoke English.
8 and a half people who have grandparents sometimes teach kids to not be one of the 33 percent of people in Kuwait who speaks english.
There is no official, declared national language in Australia, but English is the default language. Figures indicate that around 78.5% of people in Australia speak English.
96% of Americans speak English.
15% of Nigeria speak English :)
Jambo - they speak Swahili in Kenya English is also widely spoken in Kenya since it is the official language.
maybe 3 percent
All young people studies it at school.
There is no such language as "kenyan". The official languages of the country known as Kenya are Swahili and English.
Approximately 97.5 % of people in Australia speak English. English is not the official language of Australia, as the country has no declared official language, but it is the default language throughout the country.
Less than 5%.