No. In Monaco they speak French, Italian or Monegasque. In England they speak English.
In France they speak French and in England we speak English.
No, but most Germans can speak English as a second language.
They speak a different language.
In 1520, Modern English was spoken in England.
Most people spoke English in England in 1749.
America, England, Scotland
They spoke engrish.
woolstrope, england, English
No they speak English. It is just a religion that began in the 1400's in England.
The English language was developed in England and then spread throughout the world with the British Empire.
English since he's coach for England
Early Modern English was the main language of England in the 1500s, but it was pronounced quite different than the English of today.
English is the main language but many immigrants speak the language of their home country.
J.K. Rowling's first language was English. She was born in England.
People who celebrate Halloween in England mostly speak English.
There has never been a King Philip in England.
English is the national language of England so the only people who may not be able to speak it would be very recent immigrants.
There currently is no King of England. There is a Queen. She and her husband Prince Philip speak English.
They speak English although a small minority can speak the old Cornish language.
If you mean William the Conqueror, the answer is Norman French.
They are both democracies and both speak the same language (nearly!)