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Which type of Australian language characters are used most often?
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What Is The Language Spoken In Western Australian Desert?
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Which language has the most letters in its alphabet?
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What language in most often spoken in bucharest Romania?
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Primary language is spoken while secondary language is written?
Your primary language is the one most often spoken. Schools dealing with ESL populations and immigrant parents regularly query what is the primary language spoken in the home to help with home school communications. A seconday language would be any other language you spoke, or if more than two languages are involved the one most next often spoken after the primary language.
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What is the chinese language written in?
Most Chinese Languages, such as Mandarine, Cantonese, Hakka and such, are all of the same type of characters. There may be slight changes and differences, but generally they're the same. There's 3 types, Traditional, Simplified and, less well known, Ancient. Traditional Chinese are often for Cantonese people, while Simplified are for Mandarine. Those who studies the Chinese language will study Ancient Chinese characters.
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What is most commonly used letter in the English alphabet?
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What is the difference between a child mother tongue and his first language?
Depending on what you mean by "first language", there may be no difference. For most people it implies the language you learned first, which is your mother tongue. But for some it might mean "the language you are most fluent in or use most often" which might not be your mother tongue, if, for example, you emigrated at an early age.