Asked in Languages and Cultures
Languages and Cultures
Which region's language was least influenced by the Indo-European migrations?
Asked in Languages and Cultures
Which regions language was least influenced by the indo European migrations?
Indo-European languages are spoken across a stretch of the world from northern India to Europe and across the Atlantic to the Americas. East and south-east Asia, Africa and indigenous peoples of the Americas speak languages from other 'families'. In Europe, the Basque region is home to a language thought to pre-date the migration. ...
Asked in Animal Life
What kind of animals live in migration?
Seasonal migrations occur in many species of insects, birds, marine mammals, and large herbivorous mammals. These migrations often provide the animals with more favorable conditions of temperature, food, or water. Many birds and a few bats of cold and temperate regions migrate to warmer areas during the winter. Herbivores of cold regions, such as wapiti (elk), caribou, and moose, have summer and winter ranges; many herbivores of warm regions, such as the African antelopes, migrate seasonally to avoid drought. These migrations may involve a...
Asked in Hindi Language and Culture
In what regions is Hindi the native language?
Hindi is the native language in the following regions: Western Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Bihar and Haryana. Other regions include northeastern Madhya Pradesh and parts of eastern Rajasthan. Hindi is the official language of India. ...
What other language has influenced spanish?
Portuguese and French have both influenced Spanish in more modern times, along with Catalan and Basque in some regions. Latin and the native languages of the Iberian Peninsula gave rise to Spanish over several centuries, giving Spanish its basic structure. ...
Why did the regions of New England colonies middle colonies and southern colonies develop differently?
The regions developed differently for a variety of regions. Geography, politics, religion and economics, among other things, all influenced how the regions developed. ...
What similarities exist between the ways the Roman Empire and the British Empire influenced other regions of the world?
Both the Roman and British empires influenced the regions of their worlds that they conquered or occupied. Both empires introduced their laws and cultural values the empires had. Both empires also recruited members of these regions to become part of their military forces. ...
Asked in French Language and Culture
What countries speak french originally?
Most of France, and regions of eastern Spain were some of the first lands in which the "French" we know today was developed. These are the only two regions I know of, and to be fair, the french they spoke in the early days of "French" was just a different dialect of Latin. French, Italian, Spanish and Portugese came from the Latin language, which itself is a Romantic language. These languages were influenced by other, older languages, particularly semitic languages such as Arabic. ...
Asked in Science
Which part of earths is not influenced by energy from the sun?
All parts of the world are influenced by the energy from the sun. It is weaker at the poles due to the shallow angle the sun's ray strike the Antarctic and Arctic regions. ...
What regions speak the latin galician and basque language in Spain?
Latin is not spoken in any region of Spain. Galician is spoken mainly in Galicia. Basque is spoken as a second language only, mainly in the Basque regions of Spain and France. ...
Asked in Portuguese Language and Culture
Was the portuguese language derived from french and spanish?
No. All those languages mentioned and a few others evolved from a particular spoken Latin, in the regions of Europe where the Latin Language was spread, and all of them are called Romance languages. Because of that they are all different and at the same time they share common roots and are part of the same language group (Western Romance). All of those languages have influenced each other's, though, in one way or another. ...
Asked in Continents and Regions
Why do geographers divide the world into cultural regions?
they divide the world into different cultural reasons because it helps make it easier if they group regions by language , religion,and politics. ...