Why is Italian not spoken on the site?
But Italian is spoken on the WikiAnswers/Answers site.
Specifically, there is the category "Domande in Italiano" for "Questions in Italian" on the English site. Additionally, there are four international sites. One of those is the Italian site where Italian is the "official" language.
Yes, Italian is one of the most widely spoken minority languages of Malta.
Yes, there is an Italian language. Specifically, the main language spoken and written throughout the Italian islands and peninsula is Italian. Within Italy, visitors may find two kinds of Italian: Italian as it is written and as it is spoken locally and regionally. They also will find additional languages spoken, such as French in the northeast, German and Slovenian in the north, and Sardinian on Sardinia.
Italian San Marino speaks italian. Italian
French, Italian and Monegasque are spoken in Monaco.
Italian is spoken by about 174,000 people in France, mostly near the Southeastern part of the country.
The most widely spoken (and official) language and in Sicily is Italian. Minority languages include: Gallo-Italic of Sicily Arbëresh Romanian Moroccan Arabic
Italian is the main language spoken in Italy, there is also other languages spoken there but Italian is the main one. Eg: English is main language in Australia
The primary language spoken in Dubrovnik is Croatian, but Italian is also spoken somewhat.
Italian is officially spoken in some areas of Switzerland and Slovenia, and in the country of San Marino.
An "italian" is a person from the country of Italy. Italian is also the language spoken in the country of Italy.
Italian, though many languages are spoken there.
Greek is spoken only in Greece. Latin is not spoken anywhere, is the official language of the Vatican along with Italian but they speak Italian.
The vast majority of those employed in the Vatican are Italian.
The most widely spoken language in the region of Tuscany is Italian.
no. German French and Italian are the most spoken languages in Switzerland.
Latin and Italian
Yes, France border Italy. In that area french is spoken on the french side and Italian on the Italian side.
In Italy people speak Italian, so anyone from Italy would speak Italian.
Italian. Pompei is in Italy. Today it is Italian, in Roman times it was Latin.
Italian, German and French are the three main languages spoken.
The official language is Italian. Lombard and Emilian dialects are also spoken.
Italian is the most spoken language in Southern Europe.
NO. While there may be individual Egyptians who speak Italian, this would constitute less than 1% of the Egyptian population. The predominant spoken language is Egypt is the standard Egyptian dialect of Arabic, followed by the Saidi and Badawi dialects of Arabic. Proper Arabic or Fusha (الفصحى) is the most common written language. English is the most commonly spoken and understood foreign language.
People in Rome speak Italian.
French and Italian. French
It depends entirely on which country you're talking about. For example, in England they spoke Middle English during the 200 years, and Modern English during the second 200 years.
Italian is the language spoken in Sicily.
Italian, French and Greek.
Domenico Russo has written: 'LIN' -- subject(s): Italian language, Statistics, Spoken Italian, Word frequency, Ability testing 'Test di conoscenza delle parole' -- subject(s): Italian language, Spoken Italian, Word frequency, Ability testing
English is spoken as too Italian, Arabic and German - and in certain places Welsh!.
Yes, French is spoken in Switzerland plus, they also speak German, Italian, and Romansh too!
2000 years ago not the Italian language but the Latin language.
Hindi, English, Italian
It is called Italian...
Italian. :) japanese Zeeshaan
Italian. Italian has been spoken in Italy for more than 1600 years.
The most widely spoken languages in Modena are Italian Modenese Modenese is a dialect of the Emilian-Romagnol language. Albanian and Romanian are also spoken.
Yes. But there are also masses there said in English and Latin. Italian is the language most used in the Vatican as most employees are Italian.
English is spoken everywhere, but Spanish is the most common, followed by Italian, German, Portuguese, and (I believe) Arabic.
No. The main language in Monaco is French. The language of England is English.
Africa, the Americas, Australia, and Europe are places where Italian is spoken. Specifically, Italian can be found spoken by minorities in the former colonies of Eritrea and Somalia. It is spoken by expatriate communities throughout the Americas (particularly in Argentina and the United States) and in Australia. It may be heard by minorities in countries close to or neighboring Italy: Croatia, France, Malta, Monaco and Slovenia. But most of all, it will be heard widely… Read More
Italy, Switzerland, Vatican, and San Marino
If you mean Venice in Italy it is Italian.
Mostly English,although it is an Italian place.
The most common languages of Central and Western Europe are: English French Spanish Italian Portuguese Dutch German Polish Czech Slovak
Bo Dietl is indeed an Italian American. He was born in New York City, New York, and has spoken in the past about his Italian heritage.
Italian is the only official language in the canton of Ticino. It is also spoken in three disconnected parts of the canton of Graubünden (Italian: Grigioni).
No, French is a culture derived from the Country France but is spoken prominently in many countries i.e Canada, Dominican Republic. Italian is from Italy commonly associated with pizza and lasagna. Not spoken in as many countries.