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ELAMITE
SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
GAELIC
LATTER WRITTEN
FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
BAHASA INDONESIA
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
MINORITY LANGUAGES
SLOVENIAN
SERBO-CROATIAN
BILINGUAL
CHAMORRO
TWENTY-THREE OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
SISWATI
NINE OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
MARCOS ADMINISTRATION
NATIONAL LANGUAGES
STATE
INDIAN CONSTITUTION
AUSTRONESIAN LANGUAGES
AUSTRONESIAN LANGUAGE
SEVERAL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
MALAGASY
XHOSA
PILIPINO
OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ACT
ELEVEN OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
RUTHENIAN
SIX OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
TAHITIAN
HAWAIIAN
KOSOVO
MICRONESIA
PALAU
DANISH
INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES
SWAHILI
TANZANIA
MEMBER STATES
LESOTHO
SWAZILAND
BOLIVIA
PEOPLE
RUSSIAN
COOK ISLANDS MAORI
MAORI
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Definitions

  1. Official languages are Yakut (also known as Sakha), spoken by approximately 25% of the population, and Russian. (Web site)
  2. Official languages are French and Arabic; Somali and Afar are both widely used. (Web site)
  3. The official languages are both Russian and Sakha, also known as Yakut, which is spoken by approximately 25% of the population. (Web site)
  4. Official languages are sometimes not the same as the medium of instruction and so, the two are not interchangeable.
  5. Its official languages are the Inuit dialects of Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun as well as English and French.

Elamite

  1. These ancient Persians recognized three official languages (Elamite, Babylonian and Old Persian), which suggests a multicultural society. (Web site)
  2. Elamite as one of the official languages of the Achaemenid court was still widely spoken in the southwest.

Second Official Languages

  1. It is one of the second official languages of Delhi and Haryana.

Gaelic

  1. The Scottish Parliament recognises both English and Gaelic as official languages of Scotland, both receiving "equal respect" although not equal validity. (Web site)

Latter Written

  1. The official languages of Inner Mongolia are Standard Mandarin and Mongolian, with the latter written in the Mongolian classical alphabet.

First Official Languages

  1. The first official languages of each of the 27 member countries has the status of an official language of the European Union. (Web site)

Bahasa Indonesia

  1. It is also the official language of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia (called Bahasa Indonesia) and one of the official languages of Singapore.
  2. A proposal to include the most commonly spoken tongue, Bahasa Indonesia, in the official languages was overruled. (Web site)

Equatorial Guinea

  1. Today, it is one of the official languages of Spain, most Latin American countries and Equatorial Guinea. (Web site)

Minority Languages

  1. Some minority languages are simultaneously also official languages, including the Irish language (Gaelic) in the Republic of Ireland.

Slovenian

  1. Slovenian is also one of the official languages of the European Union.

Serbo-Croatian

  1. Slovenian was one of the official languages of the federation, although in practice, Serbo-Croatian was forcefully put forward. (Web site)

Bilingual

  1. In response to a more assertive French-speaking Quebec, the federal government became officially bilingual with the Official Languages Act of 1969.

Chamorro

  1. The official languages of the island are English and Chamorro.

Twenty-Three Official Languages

  1. Regulations and other documents of general application shall be drafted in the twenty-three official languages.
  2. The Official Journal of the European Union shall be published in the twenty-three official languages.

Siswati

  1. In siSwati,(one of the official languages), Mpumalanga means a ‘place where the sun rises'. (Web site)

Nine Official Languages

  1. Dutch is one of the nine official languages of the European Union.

Marcos Administration

  1. The 1973 Constitution under the Marcos administration retained English and Filipino as official languages, dropping Spanish. (Web site)

National Languages

  1. The national languages of stateless nations are often not official languages in any country.

State

  1. It is one of the official languages of the state of Delhi and the second language of Haryana. (Web site)
  2. Kannada is also the official language of the state and is considered as one of the eighteen official languages of India.
  3. Only four of the many modern Iranian languages are the official languages of the state in which they are spoken. (Web site)

Indian Constitution

  1. The Indian constitution recognizes official languages (see The Constitutional Framework, ch. (Web site)

Austronesian Languages

  1. Some Austronesian languages are official languages (see the list of Austronesian languages).

Austronesian Language

  1. The local language spoken by the majority of the population Malagasy is an Austronesian language and one of the official languages. (Web site)

Several Official Languages

  1. South Africa - There are several official languages listed in the Constitution of South Africa. (Web site)

Malagasy

  1. In the first Constitution of 1958, Malagasy and French were named the official languages of the Malagasy Republic. (Web site)
  2. However, many sources still claimed that Malagasy and French were official languages, as they were de facto. (Web site)

Xhosa

  1. Xhosa, or isiXhosa, is one of the official languages of South Africa. (Web site)

Pilipino

  1. The 1973 Constitution under the Marcos administration retained English and Pilipino as official languages, dropping Spanish.
  2. The 1973 Constitution under the Marcos administration, retained English and Pilipino as official languages, however Spanish was not.
  3. Meantime, Pilipino and English remain the official languages unless repealed by law. (Web site)

Official Languages Act

  1. On July 7, 1969, under the Official Languages Act, French was made commensurate to English throughout the federal government.
  2. The Official Languages Act of 2003 gave people the right to interact with state bodies in Irish.
  3. In an effort to address the half-committed attitude of Irish language use by the State, the Official Languages Act was passed in 2003.

Eleven Official Languages

  1. South Africa is known for its diversity in cultures, languages, and religious beliefs, and eleven official languages are recognised in its constitution. (Web site)
  2. South Africa has eleven official languages and within each language there are various dialects.
  3. For the time being the European Union has eleven official languages (Oppermann, 2665 s.). (Web site)

Ruthenian

  1. From 1873, Galicia was an autonomous province of Austria-Hungary with Polish and, to a much lesser degree, Ukrainian or Ruthenian, as official languages.

Six Official Languages

  1. Russian is the official language of Russia and is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. (Web site)
  2. The language is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. (Web site)
  3. Chinese— de facto, Standard Mandarin—is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. (Web site)

Tahitian

  1. They speak French and Tahitian which are the two official languages, but English is spoken in the hotels and shops. (Web site)

Hawaiian

  1. The State of Hawaii has two official languages recognized in its constitution adopted at the 1978 constitutional convention: English and Hawaiian. (Web site)

Kosovo

  1. Albanian is also one of the official languages of Kosovo, and of the Republic of Macedonia. (Web site)

Micronesia

  1. Ulithian is one of the 6 official languages of the Federated States of Micronesia. (Web site)

Palau

  1. The official languages of Palau are English and Palauan, except for three states where the local language is official instead of Palauan. (Web site)

Danish

  1. Traditionally, Danish and German were the two official languages of Denmark-Norway. (Web site)

Indo-European Languages

  1. Both are Indo-European languages from the Iranian languages sub-family, and the official languages of the country. (Web site)

Swahili

  1. The official languages of Kenya are Swahili and English; many indigenous languages are also spoken. (Web site)
  2. It is a close relative of Swahili with a very strong Arabic influence, and is one of the three official languages of the Comoros, next to French and Arabic. (Web site)

Tanzania

  1. One of the official languages of Burundi, spoken also in Tanzania and Zaire.

Member States

  1. The number of member states exceeds the number of official languages, as several national languages are shared by two or more countries.

Lesotho

  1. Sotho is one of the eleven official languages of South Africa, and one of the two official languages of Lesotho.

Swaziland

  1. Swati is an official language of Swaziland, (along with English), and is also one of the eleven official languages of South Africa. (Web site)

Bolivia

  1. In Bolivia, all 30 native languages of Bolivia are official languages of the state.
  2. It is one of only a handful of Native American languages with over a million speakers, and it is one of the official languages of Bolivia and Peru. (Web site)
  3. One of the official languages of Peru and Bolivia, spoken also in Equador and north Colombia, Chile and Argentina.

People

  1. French is one of two official languages, but it is spoken by only about 10% of the people. (Web site)
  2. Most people in Somaliland speak the region's two official languages: Somali and Arabic. (Web site)
  3. Its future in Equatorial Guinea is uncertain as large numbers of people are switching to French, though it remains as one of the two official languages.

Russian

  1. Languages commonly spoken in Belarus are Russian and Belarusian, which are both official languages of Belarus. (Web site)
  2. A language of political importance in the twentieth century, Russian is one of the official languages of the United Nations.
  3. Article 68.2 further stipulates that only the republics have the right to establish official languages other than Russian.

Cook Islands Maori

  1. Languages: There are five living languages in the Cook Islands with English and Cook Islands Maori the official languages.

Maori

  1. There are two official languages - English (which is spoken by everyone) and Maori. (Web site)

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