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  • German, Standard | Ethnologue
    in Hungary European Commission 2012 Location Baranya Békés Somogy Tolna Vas Veszprém and Zala counties Status 4 Educational Recognized language 1993 Minorities Act No LXXVII Language Use 100 also use Hungarian hun Language Development Taught in primary and secondary schools Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Latin script Fraktur variant Latf used until 1940 Runic script Runr no longer in use Other Comments Germans in Hungary speak varieties other than standard German at home View other languages of Hungary Italy Language name German Standard Population 225 000 in Italy Vincent 1987 Location Trentino Alto Adige region South Tyrol and Bolzano provinces into Veneto region Belluno province Alternate Names Tedesco Status 2 Provincial Statutory provincial language in Trentino Alto Adige region 1999 Historical Minorities Protection Act No 482 Language Use Also use Friulian fur Used as L2 by Cimbrian cim Ladin lld Language Development Taught in primary and secondary schools Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Latin script Fraktur variant Latf used until 1940 Runic script Runr no longer in use View other languages of Italy Kazakhstan Language name German Standard Population 178 000 in Kazakhstan 2009 census Status 5 Dispersed Recognized language 1997 Language Law No 151 1 11 July Articles 4 6 7 Language Development Found in minority schools Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Latin script Fraktur variant Latf used until 1940 Runic script Runr no longer in use View other languages of Kazakhstan Liechtenstein Language name German Standard Status 1 National Statutory national language 1921 Constitution Article 6 Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Latin script Fraktur variant Latf used until 1940 Runic script Runr no longer in use View other languages of Liechtenstein Luxembourg Language name German Standard Population 10 200 in Luxembourg European Commission 2012 L2 users 353 000 in Luxembourg European Commission 2012 Status 1 National Statutory national working language 1984 Language Law of 24 February Articles 2 4 Language Development Taught in school as L2 Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Latin script Fraktur variant Latf used until 1940 Runic script Runr no longer in use View other languages of Luxembourg Namibia Language name German Standard Population 22 500 in Namibia 2006 Location Khomas region large Windhoek community Omaruru Otjiwarongo and larger cities Status 4 Educational Language Use Radio broadcasts Language Development Taught in primary schools Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Latin script Fraktur variant Latf used until 1940 Runic script Runr no longer in use View other languages of Namibia Paraguay Language name German Standard Population 166 000 in Paraguay Location Alto Parana Boqueron and Guaira departments Some settlements in the Chaco area Status 5 Dispersed Language Use Used as L2 by Plautdietsch pdt Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Latin script Fraktur variant Latf used until 1940 Runic script Runr no longer in use View other languages of Paraguay Poland Language name German Standard Population 500 000 in Poland

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  • Japanese | Ethnologue
    Japanese takes over Typology SOV postpositions demonstrative numeral adjective possessive relative clause proper noun precedes noun head adverb precedes verb sentence final question particle CV Language Development Taught in primary and secondary schools Fully developed Bible 1883 1987 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Japanese Writing Braille script Brai Han Hiragana and Katakana scripts Jpan primary usage Other Comments Buddhist Shintoist Japanese Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Palau Language name Japanese Population L2 users 1 000 in Palau Status 5 Dispersed Recognized language 1982 Constitution Article 12 1 Writing Braille script Brai Han Hiragana and Katakana scripts Jpan primary usage View other languages of Palau Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Japan An Ethnologue Country Report 24 pp 9 95 Add to cart Language Map of Japan An Ethnologue Language Map 24 95 Add to cart Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of

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  • Tswana | Ethnologue
    More for spoken purposes than written All ages Language Development Literacy rate in L1 80 90 Official language of instruction grades 1 4 in all government primary schools Taught in primary schools Magazines Newspapers New media Radio programs TV Dictionary Grammar Bible 1857 1993 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Tswana Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments 90 95 of children complete standard 7 in primary school Christian traditional religion Tswana Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Namibia Language name Tswana Population 12 300 in Namibia 2006 Location Omaheke region Botswana border Hardap region Dialects Tawana Tlhaping Tlharo Status 5 Dispersed Language Use Education administration Used as L2 by Khwe xuu Yeyi yey Writing Latin script Latn View other languages of Namibia South Africa Language name Tswana Population 4 070 000 in South Africa 2011 census increasing L2 users 7 700 000 in South Africa Location North West province Free State between Kimberley and Bloemfontein Northern province Waterberg municipality Northern Cape province northeast Gauteng province southwest of Pretoria Alternate Names Beetjuans Chuana Coana Cuana Sechuana Setswana Tsiwaha Dialects Hurutshe Kgatla Kwena Melete Ngwaketse Ngwato Rolong Tawana Thlaping Tlapi Thlaro Tlokwa Status 1 National Statutory national language 1996 Constitution Article 6 1 Language Development Taught in primary and secondary schools Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments Christian traditional religion View other languages of South Africa Zimbabwe Language name Tswana Population 29 400 in Zimbabwe 1969 census Location Matabeleland South province Beitbridge and Gwanda districts between Limpopo and Umzingwani rivers Alternate Names Beetjuans Chuana Chwana Coana Cuana Sechuana Tshwana Dialects Ngwatu Mangwato Tlhaping Status 5 Dispersed Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments Spoken by the Bakaka View other languages of Zimbabwe Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Botswana An Ethnologue Country Report 33

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  • Brunei | Ethnologue
    people from different language or dialect backgrounds All ages Positive attitudes Also use Standard Malay zsm Used as L2 by Brunei Bisaya bsb Central Melanau mel Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Brunei Other Comments Brunei and Kadayan are recognized indigenous groups Ethnic autonym Orang Bukit Muslim Brunei Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Malaysia Language name Brunei Population 51 000 in Malaysia 2013 SIL Location Sarawak 4th 5th divisions Upper Balait and Tutau rivers north coast Sabah Beaufort Kuala Penyu Putatan and Kota Kinabalu districts Labuan Labuk Sugut Papar Sipitang Sandakan and Tenom districts Alternate Names Brunei Kadaian Orang Bukit Dialects Brunei Kadaian Kadayan Kadian Kadien Kadyan Karayan Kedayan Kedien Kedyan Kerayan Status 7 Shifting Language Use All adults Also use Malay zlm Used as L2 by Papar dpp Other Comments Regional not ethnic dialect variations View other languages of Malaysia Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Brunei An Ethnologue Country Report 25 pp 9 95 Add to cart Language Map of Brunei and Malaysia Sarawak An Ethnologue Language Map 24 95 Add to cart Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback

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  • Tagalog | Ethnologue
    kmk Lubuagan Kalinga knb Majukayang Kalinga kmd Manide abd Northern Bontok rbk Rinconada Bikol bto Language Development Fully developed Bible 1905 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Tagalog Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Tagalog script Tglg no longer in use Other Comments Used as basis for the development of Filipino fil Christian Tagalog Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Canada Language name Tagalog Population 384 000 in Canada 2011 census Status 5 Developing Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Tagalog script Tglg no longer in use View other languages of Canada United States Language name Tagalog Population 1 444 000 in United States 2010 census Location Hawaii Status 5 Developing Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Tagalog script Tglg no longer in use View other languages of United States Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Philippines An Ethnologue Country Report 125 pp 19 95 Add to cart Language Map of Northern Philippines An Ethnologue Language Map 24 95 Add to cart Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language

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  • Shona | Ethnologue
    Govera Korekore Budya Gova Tande Tavara Nyongwe Pfunde Shan Gwe Zezuru Shawasha Gova Mbire Tsunga Kachikwakwa Harava Nohwe Njanja Nobvu Kwazwimba Zimba Shona Toko Hwesa Rozvi Rozwi Ruzwi Chirozwi speak Karanga dialect Ndau ndc and Manyika mxc are partially intelligible of Shona Typology SVO Language Use Dominant African language understood by a considerable number Primarily a written language apparently based on Karanga and Zezuru with lexical items also from Manyika and Korekore Urban populations tend to speak school or standard Shona Also use English eng Used as L2 by Kalanga kck Nambya nmq Zimbabwe Sign Language zib Language Development Literacy rate in L2 86 in English and Shona Taught in primary schools New media Dictionary Grammar Bible 1949 1980 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Shona Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Other Comments Traditional religion Christian Shona Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Botswana Language name Zezuru Population 11 000 in Botswana 2004 R Cook Location Northern Central and northeast North West districts Alternate Names Shona Dialects Karanga Status 5 Developing Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage View other languages of Botswana Zambia Language name Shona Population 12 700 in Zambia 2010 census Several thousand Shona in Mumbwe Location Lusaka province southeast of the capital Southern province Slavonga district possibly Central province near Zimbabwe border Alternate Names Chishona Dialects Korekore Budya Goba Gova Gowa Korikori Makorekore Northern Shona Wakorikori Status 5 Developing Language Use Home community Writing Braille script Brai Latin script Latn primary usage Other Comments Korekore is the main dialect in Zambia with subdialect Goba View other languages of Zambia Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Zimbabwe An Ethnologue Country Report 31 pp 9 95 Add to cart Language Map of Zimbabwe

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  • Jamaican Creole English | Ethnologue
    distinct Creole to provincial English of town dwellers Positive attitudes Most consider that they speak standard English eng Also use English eng Language Development Literacy rate in L2 High in English Dictionary Grammar NT 2012 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Jamaican Creole English Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments There is a continuum of variation from basilectal Creole to acrolectal English of the educated Linguistic influences from Akan aka languages in Ghana and Bantu languages Hancock 1988 Jamaican Creole English Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Costa Rica Language name Limón Creole English Population 55 100 in Costa Rica 1986 Location Limón province East of San José principally railroad area between Siquirres and Limón road south of Limón Alternate Names Southwestern Caribbean Creole English Status 6a Vigorous Language Use Vigorous All ages Most have limited comprehension of standard English eng Language Development Creole is not considered proper for literary purposes They consider Jamaican Creole more broken than their own Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments Jamaican migrants settled in Limón and Panama middle of the 19th century so those varieties are similar Some say they do not understand Islander Creole English icr of San Andrés View other languages of Costa Rica Panama Language name Panamanian Creole English Population 268 000 in Panama 2000 Location Colón Colon district and Bocas del Toro Colon island provinces Panama Province Rio Abajo in Panama City Alternate Names Southwestern Caribbean Creole English Status 6a Vigorous Language Use Formerly education was in English eng Education is in Spanish spa Used as L2 by Ngäbere gym Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments Ancestors came from Barbados and Jamaica in mid 19th century to work in fruit plantations and later to build the railway and canal Influences from both eastern and western Caribbean Creole English

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  • Tokelauan | Ethnologue
    of national identity only absent from the highest government domains Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear Samoic Outlier Tokelauan Dialects Dialect differences among the 3 atolls Intelligible with Tuvaluan tvl Reportedly similar to Samoan smo Language Use Also use English eng Language Development They read the Samoan Bible and some speak some Samoan smo Taught in primary schools Grammar Bible portions 2000 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Tokelauan Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments Christian traditional religion Tokelauan Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500 West Camp Wisdom Road Dallas TX 75236 5629 USA publications intl sil org T 972

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