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 The Differences in Learning Sign Language and Spoken Language?

Answer In some ways, learning a sign language is very similar to learning a spoken language. The concepts of vocabulary and grammar still hold true in sign language. However, there are key differences bet... Read More »
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Is Latin a spoken language?

Latin is considered a "dead" language. It fell out of common use in the 1700s. Latin is still taught in schools around the world. It is also still used as the official language of the Roman Catholi... Read More »
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Where is the Dutch language spoken?

Dutch is spoken in the Netherlands as well as the colonies of Aruba, Netherlands Antilles and Suriname. It isn't as frequently spoken in Suriname. Dutch is also spoken in the northern part of Belgi... Read More »
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What is the most spoken language in Switzerland?

German by far with 74%French second with 21%then Italian and Romanche (AKA Rumantsch)
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What is the least spoken language in australia?

There is a language called Kayardild, spoken by ten people on Bentinck Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria - this is the second smallest known language group in the world.
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