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Assamese is spoken mainly in the state of Assam, in the northeast of India. It is recognized as an official languages by the Constitution of India.
Mainly spoken in Tripura and West Bengal. Recognised as an official language by the Constitution of India.
The official language, or dominant dialect is Standard Mandarin.
Belgian Dutch is often referred to as Flemish. It is a dialect of Dutch in a similar way to Scots being a dialect of English.
"Filipino" has been designated as the official language of the Philippines in the 1987 Philippine Constitution.
To differentiate from the "Ancient Greek" used in the ancient times, the official language of Greece nowadays is called Helenic.
Spoken in Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, and the state of Gujarat. Recognised as an official language by the Constitution of India.
The Tuscan dialect was the basis for Italy's official language.
... and the official written (romanized) language is called Hangeul or Han-geul.
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Technically the US has no official language, but some states and municipalities have adopted English as their official language.
"Polish" is part of the West Slavic branch of the Slavic languages.
Language of the Inca Empire
also spelled Rumantsch, Romansch or Romanche. Is one of the four national languages of Switzerland, along with German, Italian and French.
Pronunciation of South American language is different from that of Castillano in mainland Spain, such as the "ll" in the former's pronounced as "j", and "y" in the former.
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