Which language should you learn?

Find out which language best suits you with this Quiz by EuroTalk!

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Created By uTalk
On Jun 25, 2018

What would your ideal holiday involve?

Which cartoon character do you most identify with?

What are your favourite foods?

Which phrase sounds most endearing to you?

Pick a shape

How tall are you?

Pick a fashion item

If you had to be an animal...

Cornish

Cornish

Spoken in: Cornwall, UK
Population: 532,300
A recognised minority language in the UK, the Cornish language is an important part of the identity, culture and heritage of the people of Cornwall in southwestern England.

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French

French

Official language in: Democratic Republic of Congo, France, Canada, Madagascar, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Niger, Senegal, Mali, Rwanda, Belgium, Guinea, Chad, Haiti, Burundi, Benin, Switzerland, Togo, Central African Republic, Gabon, Comoros, Equatorial Guinea, Djibouti, Luxembourg, Vanuatu, Seychelles and Monaco.
The French language has descended from Latin, and is one of the official United Nations languages.

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Latin

Latin

Official language in: Vatican City and the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
Latin is the base of the Romance languages (French, Italian, Spanish and many European dialects). Spoken all over the Roman Empire, Latin has influenced many other languages across the globe.

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Japanese

Japanese

Spoken in: Japan
Population: 127.6million
In Japanese, nouns have no grammatical number or gender, and there are no articles, and verbs are conjugated by tense and voice, but not person. By age 12, a Japanese school child will know 1,006 characters of kanji, a system of written characters.

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Klingon

Klingon

Spoken in: the Star Trek series by the Klingon aliens
The Klingon language was deliberately developed to sound as strange as possible. There is a focus on actions and verbs, much like Mongolian languages, which reflects the Klingon culture. Klingon consists of about 3,000 words.

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Navajo

Navajo

Spoken in: the Navajo Nation, a semi-autonomous Native American-governed territory that occupies portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico.
The "Navajo Indian Reservation" was established according to the Treaty of 1868. The Navajo region governed by a mixture of the traditional clan leadership, and a network of Chapters that serve as a liaison between the people and the federal government.

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Welsh

Welsh

Spoken in: Wales, UK and Chubut Province, Argentina
Despite only 19% of Welsh people speaking the country's official language, all roadsigns are bilingual. There are soap operas, entire radio channels and a weekly newspaper using only the Welsh language.

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Hawaiian

Hawaiian

Spoken in: Hawaii, USA
Population: 1.4million
The Hawaiian alphabet has 13 letters made up of 5 vowels and eight consonants, one of which is a glottal stop (represented in English by the hyphen in uh-oh).

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