Quiz: Do You Know What Languages Are Spoken in These Countries?
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Do You Know What Languages Are Spoken in These Countries?
By: Heather Cahill
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About This Quiz

There are more than 6,000 languages spoken throughout the entire world. While we may not be able to learn all of them, it's possible to learn a few! When traveling to other parts of the world, you can usually expect there to be an array of different languages spoken. For example, if you travel to Asia, you can expect languages such as Japanese, Siamese or Fijian. Maybe you'll even find a few people who speak some English as well. The world wouldn't be so unique and exciting if we all simply spoke the same language!

Did you know that about half of our population on Earth is considered to be bilingual? That means that they can speak two languages. After all, in most countries, there is more than just one official language that is spoken throughout. For example, in Canada, English is an official language, but so is French. So in school, both languages are taught to the students. It's fun to learn the ins and outs of a brand new language!

So, you think you know all about the many languages of the world? Well, you'll need to know the countries they're spoken in as well! Get ready to prove your knowledge of the world with this quiz!

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