Asked in Literature & Language
Literature & Language
Which country just northwest of El salvador has 23 officially recognized indigenous languages?
Asked in French Language and Culture
How many people in Cameroon speak french?
The de facto languages of Cameroon are French and English, however, French is by far the most recognized language in the nation; except in the northwest and southwest regions of the country, where a significant number of indigenous languages are widely recognized. ...
Asked in History of the United States
How did the northwest ordinance relate to the northwest territory?
The Northwest Ordinance was the legislation that officially established the Northwest Territory. ...
What languages are spoken by Northwest Indians?
There were many different tribes of northwest Native Americans, meaning there were different languages. These languages were Nootka, Coast Salish, and Chinook. They also may have spoken a dialect of Chinook jargon that included French, English, and Russian words. ...
How many official languages do people speak in this continent?
]1] On the continent of North America, many languages are spoken. And some of those may be recognized as national languages. But few make it to the status as official language.  In the United States, for example, there's no official language identified as such on the books in most of the states.  Neither is there an official language identified as such on the books in Mexico. But Spanish and 62 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages.  In Canada,...
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Spain
What languages are spoken in northern Spain?
A minority indeed speak Galician in northwest Spain, Basque in northcentral Spain, and Catalan in northeast Spain. These are official languages because they have been recognized by the appropriate regional governments. There is provision for this recognition in the Spanish Constitution Spanish is by far the most common language and is required by the Spanish Constitution. ...
Asked in Animal Life
One of the most farsighted provisions of the northwest ordinance of 1787?
One of the most farsighted provisions of the Northwest Ordinance was that it prohibited slavery in the Old Northwest. It was officially called An Ordinance for the Government of the Territory of the United States, North-West of the River Ohio. ...
Asked in Languages and Cultures
What languages do people speak in Northwest Territories?
English is the most widely spoken language, but the official languages are: Chipewyan Cree English French Gwich'in Inuinnaqtun Inuktitut Inuvialuktun ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
Where was the first place in America where religion was practised?
Religion was practiced by the indigenous peoples of the Americas probably for tens of thousands of years. If the land bridge of the northwest really was the means of egress from Asia into the Americas, then religion was first practiced in what is now Canada and the northwest US. ...
Where did the makah tribe live?
The Makah tribe are indigenous people of the Northwest Plateau that live in the north western corner of the US. They live primarily in Washington and have their own reservation. ...
Asked in Africa, Mauritania, Mauritius
Is mauritania and mauritius the same country?
No. Mauritania, (officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania), is located in Northwest Africa, and Mauritius, (officially the Republic of Mauritius), is an island nation, located in the southwest Indian Ocean, 560 miles (900km), east of Madagascar. ...
Asked in History of the United States
What state was the first state to be created from the northwest territory?
the state that was the first to be created in the northwest was OHIO! The federal government technically never officially admitted Ohio to statehood until doing so retroactively at the time of the state's sesquicentennial in 1953! ...