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Languages of the world

April 22, 2017

Here are lists of national languages in the world. Boring, unless you like what I write.

AMERICA
United States: English
Canada: English, French
Mexico: Spanish
Guatemala: Spanish
Belize: English, Spanish
Honduras: Spanish
Nicaragua: Spanish
El Salvador: Spanish
Costa Rica: Spanish
Panama: Spanish
Cuba: Spanish
Haiti: French, Haitian Creole
Dominican Republic: Spanish
Jamaica: English
Dominica: English, French
Antigua and Barbuda: English
Saint Lucia: English
Saint Kitts and Nevis: English
Barbados: English
Grenada: English, Patois
Bahamas: English
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: English
Trinidad and Tobago: English
Guyana: English
Suriname: Dutch
Venezuela: Spanish
Colombia: Spanish
Ecuador: Spanish
Peru: Spanish
Brazil: Portuguese
Bolivia: Spanish
Paraguay: Spanish
Uruguay: Spanish
Chile: Spanish
Argentina: Spanish

EUROPE
Iceland: Icelandic
Norway: Norwegian
Swedish: Swedish
Finland: Finnish, Swedish
Denmark: Danish
Ireland: English, Irish
United Kingdom: English
Germany: German
Belgium: Dutch, French
Netherlands: Dutch
Luxembourg: Luxembourgish
France: French
Monaco: French
Switzerland: German, French, Italian
Liechtenstein: German
Austria: German
Hungary: Hungarian
Czech Republic: Czech
Slovakia: Slovak
Poland: Polish
Portugal: Portuguese
Spain: Spanish
Andorra: Catalan
Italy: Italian
San Marino: Italian
Vatican City: Italian
Malta: Maltese, English
Slovenia: Slovene
Croatia: Croatian
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosnian
Serbia: Serbian
Montenegro: Montenegrin
Macedonia: Macedonian
Albania: Albanian
Greece: Greek
Estonia: Estonian
Latvia: Latvian
Lithuania: Lithuanian
Belarus: Belarusian, Russian
Ukraine: Ukrainian
Moldova: Romanian
Romania: Romanian
Bulgaria: Bulgarian
Russia: Russian
Georgia: Georgian
Armenia: Armenian
Azerbaijan: Azeri
Turkey: Turkish
Cyprus: Greek, Turkish

AFRICA
Morocco: Arabic
Algeria: Arabic, French
Tunisia: Arabic
Libya: Arabic
Egypt: Arabic
Cape Verde: Portuguese
Mauritania: Arabic
Mali: French, Bambara
Niger: French
Burkina Faso: French
Chad: French, Arabic
Sudan: Arabic, English
South Sudan: English
Eritrea: Tigrinya
Djibouti: French, Arabic
Ethiopia: Amharic
Somalia: Somali
Senegal: French, Wolof
The Gambia: English
Guinea-Bissau: Portuguese
Guinea: French
Sierra Leone: English
Liberia: English
Ivory Coast: French
Ghana: English
Togo: French
Benin: French
Nigeria: English
Cameroon: French, English
Central African Republic: French, Sango
Gabon: French
Equatorial Guinea: Spanish, French
Sao Tome and Principe: Portuguese
Republic of the Congo: French
Democratic Republic of the Congo: French
Uganda: English, Swahili
Rwanda: Kinyarwanda, French, English
Burundi: French, Kirundi
Kenya: Swahili
Tanzania: Swahili
Zambia: English
Angola: Portuguese
Zimbabwe: English
Botswana: English, Tswana
Namibia: English
Mozambique: Portuguese
South Africa: English, Afrikaans
Lesotho: English, Sesotho
Swaziland: English, Swazi
Madagascar: Malagasy, French
Comoros: Comorian, French, Arabic
Seychelles: Seychellois Creole
Mauritius: English, Mauritian Creole

ASIA
Yemen: Arabic
Oman: Arabic
United Arab Emirates: Arabic
Qatar: Arabic
Bahrain: Arabic
Saudi Arabia: Arabic
Kuwait: Arabic
Israel: Hebrew
Lebanon: Arabic
Jordan: Arabic
Syria: Arabic
Iraq: Arabic, Kurdish
Iran: Farsi
Kazakhstan: Kazakh, Russian
Uzbekistan: Uzbek
Turkmenistan: Turkmen
Tajikistan: Tajik
Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyz, Russian
Afghanistan: Dari, Pashto
Pakistan: Urdu, English
India: Hindi, English
Nepal: Nepali
Bhutan: Dzongkha
Bangladesh: Bengali
Sri Lanka: Sinhala, Tamil
Maldives: Dhivehi
China: Mandarin Chinese
Mongolia: Mongolian
North Korea: Korean
South Korea: Korean
Japan: Japanese
Taiwan: Mandarin Chinese
Thailand: Thai
Myanmar: Burmese
Laos: Lao
Vietnam: Vietnamese
Cambodia: Khmer
Philippines: Tagalog
Malaysia: Malay
Brunei: Malay
Singapore: English, Mandarin Chinese, Malay, Tamil
Timor-Leste: Tetun, Portuguese
Indonesia: Bahasa Indonesia

AUSTRALIA
Papua New Guinea: English, Tok Pisin
Australia: English
New Zealand: English, Maori
Palau: Palauan, English
Solomon Islands: English
Fiji: English, Fijian, Fiji Hindi
Vanuatu: Bislama, English, French
Federated States of Micronesia: English
Tuvalu: Tuvaluan, English
Kiribati: English, Gilbertese
Tonga: English, Tongan
Marshall Islands: Marshallese, English
Nauru: Nauruan, English
Samoa: English, Samoan

I’m on the way to become a polyglot – that is, a person who speaks multiple languages.

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