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ENGLISH
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NATIONAL LANGUAGES
LANGUAGES
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TAMIL LANGUAGE
EUROPE
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MINORITY LANGUAGES
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    This Review contains major "Minority Languages"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Minority languages are suppressed and not allowed to be taught in schools. (Web site)
  2. Minority languages are spoken by less than 4%.
  3. Minority languages are occasionally marginalised within nations for a number of reasons. (Web site)
  4. Some minority languages are simultaneously also official languages, including the Irish language (Gaelic) in the Republic of Ireland.
  5. Other minority languages are also commonly used by the country's large ethnic minorities. (Web site)

Polish Languages

  1. Slovak and Polish languages are officially recognized as minority languages in regions with significant minorities. (Web site)

Future

  1. Critics of this language policy point to the lack of parallel safeguards for the future of France's regional and minority languages.

French

  1. Each region has its own dialect and other minority languages include Sardinian, Rhaetian, German and French. (Web site)

Thailand

  1. Thailand is also host to several other minority languages, the largest of which is the Lao dialect of Isan spoken in the northeastern provinces. (Web site)

Number

  1. A number of non-official, minority languages are spoken as well. (Web site)

Russia

  1. This affects primarily Vietnamese and some minority languages in Russia such as Udmurt, Tatar, Bashkir, and Mari.

Chinese

  1. In minority areas, Chinese is co-official to various extents with minority languages such as Uyghur, Mongol, and Tibetan. (Web site)

Ireland

  1. Irish and Ulster Scots are officially recognised minority languages 3 Also.eu, as part of the European Union, and.ie shared with Republic of Ireland. (Web site)

Scots

  1. There are some other minority languages of the Scottish people, such as Spanish, used by the population of Scots in Argentina.

Main Result

  1. The main result was the creation of associative schools in the minority languages.

Speakers

  1. Finnish is related only to Estonian, Hungarian and some minority languages whose speakers are scattered across the north of Russia. (Web site)

Separate Languages

  1. None of them are recognized as separate languages under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. (Web site)

English

  1. Linguists concur that minority languages all over the world are giving way to more dominant languages, such as English, Mandarin, and Spanish, among others. (Web site)
  2. In Northern Ireland, English is the dominant state language while Irish and Ulster Scots are recognised minority languages.

Regional Languages

  1. Here, we label the regional languages as high languages while the minority languages as the low languages.
  2. There still exists another type of diglossia, which is between the regional languages and the minority languages.
  3. Here, we label the regional languages as acrolects while the minority languages as the basilect.

Wycliffe Bible Translators

  1. SIL International is the sister organization of Wycliffe Bible Translators, an agency dedicated to translating the Bible into minority languages. (Web site)

Country

  1. Besides the Germanic languages discussed here, minority languages such as Slovenian, Croatian, and Hungarian are spoken in parts of the country.
  2. There still exists a third kind of diglossia in the country, which is between the regional languages and the minority languages.

Ethnic Minorities

  1. In elementary and secondary schools for ethnic minorities, the minority languages - such as Mongolian, Tibetan and Korean are also used. (Web site)

National Languages

  1. Likewise, some national languages are often considered minority languages, insofar as they are the national language of a stateless nation.

Languages

  1. Languages: Vietnamese (official), English (increasingly favored as a second language), some French, Chinese, and other ethnic minority languages.
  2. Although the states are organized according to languages, each state has speakers of minority languages.
  3. Especially if the article European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages actually listed which languages are and are not included in its scope.

Creoles

  1. Official and minority languages, pidgins and Creoles, language planning, bilingual education and literacy, code switching, and langage attrition.
  2. Like most non-official and minority languages, creoles have generally been regarded as degenerate variants or dialects of their parent languages. (Web site)

Tamil Language

  1. The Tamil script is used to write the Tamil language of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, as well as minority languages like Badaga.

Europe

  1. It is a term particularly used in Europe to describe minority languages and regional languages.

Regional

  1. The British government now accepts Scots as a regional language and has recognised it as such under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
  2. Although not an EU treaty, some EU member states have ratified the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
  3. It receives protection by chapter 2 of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.

Uk Government

  1. The UK government has ratified the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in respect of Gaelic.

Spoken

  1. According to the Euromosaic study, some regional or minority languages spoken within the EU do not have official recognition at EU level.
  2. The Baltic-Finnic subgroup also includes Estonian and other minority languages spoken around the Baltic Sea.
  3. Mansi is one of more than 80 recognized minority languages spoken in Russia.

Minority Language

  1. Cornish is officially recognised as a Regional or Minority language under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. (Web site)

Minority Languages

  1. According to the Euromosaic study, a number of regional or minority languages are spoken within the EU that do not have official recognition at EU level.
  2. Multilingualism and the protection of regional and minority languages are recognized political goals in Europe today. (Web site)
  3. The Cornish language has been recognised as a minority language by the UK government under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Regional Languages
  2. Minority Language
  3. Uk Government
  4. Eu Member States
  5. Official Languages
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