Chapter_5_Geo[1] - 1. How many official languages does...

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1. How many official languages does Canada have? 2. What are Canada’s official languages? 3. How many languages are in the world? 4. Top five most spoken languages in the world 5. Where the world’s languages are spoken today 6. People carry it with them when they move from place to place 7. Distribution of languages result from a combination of two geographic processes 8. How many countries is English an official language in? 9. What is the most widely spoken non-native language? 10. Where is the largest English speaking population? 11. When did the Celts arrive to the British Isles? 12. What three tribes from mainland Europe invade pushing the Celts northward? 13. Where are the three tribes from? 14. People who trace their cultural heritage back to England are called. 15. Where does the name England come from? 16. What was the Angles’ language know as? 17. What evolved from the language spoken by the Angles, Jutes and Saxons when they migrated to England? 18. What added more words?
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