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Welcome to the European Day of Languages!

Hello! Talk to me!

Which languages did you hear?

Which person spoke French?

How much do you know about Europe?

How many living languages are in the world today?

    • Around 500
    • Around 2000
    • Around 6000
    • Around 3500
There are between 6000 and 7000 languages in the world - spoken by six billion people . There are between 6000 and 7000 languages in the world - spoken by six billion people . What is the first form of written language?
    • Cuneiform script
    • Egyptian hieroglyphs
    • Cyrillic alphabet
    • Phoenician script

Cuneiform was used for over 3000 years throughout the Near East by such cultures as the Sumerians, Babylonians, Assyrians, and Hittites. 

The official language of Azerbaijan is called?

a. Azerbaijanian

b. Azerbaijanic

c. Azeri

d. Azerban

The official language of Azerbaijan is called Azeri. Which is the country with the highest number of languages spoken on its territory?

a. Russia

b. China

c. Germany

d. Norway

Russia (148 million inhabitants) has the highest number of languages spoken on its territory: from 130 to 200 depending on the criteria. Russia (148 million inhabitants) has the highest number of languages spoken on its territory: from 130 to 200 depending on the criteria. How many words does the active vocabulary of a person contain? a. 30.000 words b. 50.000 words c. 150.000 words d. 9.000 words The words educated people use are their active vocabulary – can reach some 50,000 words; The words educated people use are their active vocabulary – can reach some 50,000 words; the words they know but do not use are their passive vocabulary – is somewhat larger. In everyday conversation, people often make use of a small number of words, but with great frequency. It has been estimated that a 21-year-old has already uttered some 50 million words. Which of the following languages are written from right to left? a. Maltese b. Hebrew c. Arabic d. Japanese Hebrew and Arabic are written from right to left. Japanese traditionally, is written from top to bottom (and then right to left). Maltese is written from left to right. Wish you good luck! Match up the text to the language: 外国語が大好き。きみは? I love languages… do you? Jeg elsker språk - gjør du? Kocham języki obce, a ty? Я люблю языки, а ты? ¡ Me encantan los idiomas! ¿Y, a tí? Ich liebe Sprachen - du auch? مجھے زبانوں سے محبت ہے، کیا آپ ﮐﻮ بھی ہے؟ Rwy’n caru ieithoedd...ydych chi? Ngiyazithanda izilimi nawe uyazithanda?

Urdu

Norwegian

Japanese

German

Welsh

Zulu

Russian

Polish

Spanish

English

If you understand, say "understand". If you don't understand, say "don't understand". But if you understand and say "don't understand". How do I understand that you understand? Understand!

Tongue twisters

Never trouble trouble Till trouble troubles you. It only doubles trouble, And troubles others too.

Tongue twisters

Write you favourite word in any language and explain its meaning in English

My favourite word