Italian bhasa

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Italian bhasa ek bhasa hae.[2][3]

Italian
Italiano or idioma Italiano
Naam ke bole ke dhang[itaˈljano]
Spoken in Italy
 Switzerland
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 Malta
 Eritrea
 Somalia
 Libya
Regional in  Slovenia and  Croatia
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Total speakers65 million or 80 million in the European Union;[1] more than 75 million as second language
Language familyIndo-European
Writing systemLatin alphabet (Italian variant)
Official status
Official language in European Union
 Italy
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Regulated bynot officially by Accademia della Crusca
Language codes
ISO 639-1it
ISO 639-2ita
ISO 639-3ita
Linguasphere51-AAA-q
Italian bhasa ke kaam me laae waala des

Italian bhasa me ginti

Number Dutch bhasa meNumber Fiji Hindi me
unoek
duedui
tretiin
quattrochaar
cinquepaanch
seichhe
settesaat
ottoaath
novenau
diecidas

[4]

Hafta ke din

Fiji HindiItalianIPA
Sombaarlunedì/luneˈdi/
Mangarmartedì/marteˈdi/
Budhmercoledì/merkoleˈdi/
Bifgiovedì/dʒoveˈdi/
Sukvenerdì/venerˈdi/
Sanicharsabato/ˈsabato/
Etwaardomenica/doˈmenika/

References

  1. Eurobarometer – Europeans and their languages, February 2006
  2. Berloco 2018
  3. Simone 2010
  4. Numbers in Million-Speaker Languages

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