Albanian

Albanian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of South Eastern Europe and Albanian Dispora and official language in Albania and Kosovo. It is a recognized minority language in Italy, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia. The approximate number of Albanian speakers in the world is 7.6 million as in 2011. The writing system of Albanian is basically Latin (Albanian Alphabet) and Albanian Braille. Albanian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European and Albanian. Arbereshe, Arvanitika, Gheg and Tosk are the dialects of the language.

Bosnian

Bosnian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedona, Slovenia, Kosovo and the Bosnian diaspora and official language in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a recognized minority language in Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia and Kosovo. The approximate number of Bosnian speakers in the world is 3 million as in 2008. The writing system of Bosnian is basically Latin (Gaj Alphabet), Cyrillic (Serbian Cyrillic) and Yugoslav Braille. Bosnian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Slavic, South Slavic, Western, Serbo Croatian, Shtokavian, Neo Shtokavian, Eastern Herzegovinian and Bosnian.

Bulgarian

Bulgarian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Bulgaria, turkey, Serbia, Greece, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Albania, Kosovo and Republic of Macedonia and Official language in Bulgaria and European Union and minority language in Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine. The approximate number of Bulgarian speakers in the world is 6.8 million as in 2011. The writing system of Bulgarian is basically Cyrillic (Bulgarian Alphabet) and Bulgarian Braille. Bulgarian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Slavic, South Slavic, and Eastern South Slavic.

Czech

Czech Language is formerly known as Bohemian. It is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Czech Republic and official language in Czech Republic and European Union. It is a recognized minority language in Slovakia. The approximate number of Czech Language speakers in the world is 10 million as in 2007. The writing system of Czech Language is basically Latin script (Czech Alphabet) and Czech Braille. Czech Language belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Slavic, West Slavic, Czech Slovak and Czech.

Danish

Danish is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Denmark, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Germany and Official language in Denmark, Faroe Islands, Nordic Council and European Union and minority language in Germany and Greenland. The approximate number of Danish speakers in the world is 5.6 million as in 2007. The writing system of Danish is basically Latin (Danish Alphabet) and Danish Braille. Danish belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Germanic, North Germanic, and Continental Scandinavian. The Language has a relatively large vowel inventory consisting of 16 phonemes.

Dutch

Dutch is an Indo-European Language and it is native and Official language of European countries like Netherlands, Belgium and Suriname and also in few countries like Aruba, Curacao, Sint Maarten and France. The approximate number of Dutch speakers in the world is 28 million as in 2012. The writing system of Dutch is basically Latin (Dutch Alphabet) and Dutch Braille. Dutch belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Germanic, West Germanic and Low Franconian (Frankish). The language is closely related to English and German, and is roughly in between them. Dutch vocabulary is mostly Germanic and contains the same Germanic core as German and English.

Estonian

Estonian is one of the few languages of Europe that are not part of Indo- European Language Family. It is native language of Estonia and official language in Estonia and European Union. The approximate number of Estonian speakers in the world is 1.2 million as in 2012. The writing system of Estonian is basically Latin (Estonian Alphabet) and Estonian Braille. Estonian belongs to the Language family of Uralic, Finnic and Estonian.

Finnish

Finnish is one of the few languages of Europe that are not part of Indo- European Language Family. It is native language of Finland, Russia, Estonia, Sweden and Norway and Official language in Finland, Sweden, Russian Federation and European Union. The approximate number of Finnish speakers in the world is 5 million as in 1993. The writing system of Finnish is basically Latin (Finnish Alphabet) and Finnish Braille. Finnish belongs to the Language family of Uralic and Finnic. The Finns are more genetically similar to their Indo-European-speaking neighbors than to the speakers of the geographically close Uralic language Sami.

German

German is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Germany and official language of European countries like Belgium, Austria, Luxembourg, Italy and Switzerland. The approximate number of German speakers in the world is 90 million as in 2010. The writing system of German is basically Latin (German Alphabet) and German Braille. German belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Germanic, West Germanic and High German. The language is second most commonly used scientific language and third largest contributor to research and development. German is also the second most used content language for websites.

Greek

Greek is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Greece, Albania, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Italy, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine and Official language in Greece, Cyprus and European Union. The approximate number of Greek speakers in the world is 13 million as in 2012. The writing system of Greek is basically Greek Alphabet and Greek Braille. Greek belongs to the Language family of Indo-European and Hellenic. The language is an independent branch of Indo European Languages. Greek roots are often used to coin new words for other languages

Hungarian

Hungarian is one of the few languages of Europe that are not part of Indo- European Language Family. It is native language of Hungary, Austria, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine and Official language in Hungary, Vojvodina, Serbia and European Union. The approximate number of Hungarian speakers in the world is 14 million as in 2009. The writing system of Hungarian is basically Latin (Hungarian Alphabet) and Hungarian Braille. Hungarian belongs to the Language family of Uralic and Finno-Urgic. The Hungarian name of the language is maygar. This word is often used in English to refer to Hungarian people as an ethnic group.

Irish

Irish is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Ireland and Official language in Ireland and European Union and minority language in United Kingdom. The approximate number of Irish speakers in the world is 1.77 million as in 2011. The writing system of Irish is basically Latin (Irish Alphabet) and Irish Braille. Irish belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Celtic, Insular Celtic and Goidelic. The language was primitive Irish in the early form, i.e. Old Irish, Middle Irish and Classical Irish. There are also many Irish speakers abroad, particularly in the United States and Canada. Irish was spoken until the early twentieth century on the island of Newfoundland.

Italian

Italian is an Indo-European Language and it is native and official language of European countries like Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City, European Union and Slovenia. The approximate number of Italian speakers in the world is 60 million as in 2007. The writing system of Italian is basically Latin (Italian Alphabet) and Italian Braille. Italian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Italo-Dalmatian. The language is derived from Latin. Among the Romance languages, Italian vocabulary is closest to Latin.

Lithuanian

Lithuanian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Lithuania and Official language in Lithuania and European Union and minority language in Poland and United States. The approximate number of Lithuanian speakers in the world is 4.1 million as in 2014. The writing system of Lithuanian is basically Latin (Lithuanian Alphabet) and Lithuanian Braille. Lithuanian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Baltic, and Eastern Baltic. Samogitian and Aukstaitian are the dialects of the language.

Norwegian

Norwegian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Norway and Official language in Norway and Nordic Council. The approximate number of Norwegian speakers in the world is 5 million as in 2014. The writing system of Norwegian is basically Latin (Norwegian Alphabet) and Norwegian Braille. Norwegian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Germanic and North Germanic. The language has two written standard forms Nynorsk and Bokmal officially and Hognorsk and Riksmal unofficially.

Polish

Polish is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Poland, parts of Ukraine, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Official language in Poland and European Union. The approximate number of Polish speakers in the world is 50 million as in 2014. The writing system of Polish is basically Latin (Polish Alphabet) and Polish Braille. Polish belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Slavic, West Slavic and Lechitic. Old Polish and Middle Polish languages is the early form of this language.

Portugese

Portuguese is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau and Sao Tome and Principe and official language in Equatorial Guinea and East Timor including Native countries. The approximate number of Portuguese speakers in the world is 250 million as in 2012. The writing system of Portuguese is basically Latin (Portuguese Alphabet) and Portuguese Braille. Portuguese belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Italian, Romance, Western Romance, Ibero Romance, West Iberian, Galician Portuguese and Brazil. As the result of expansion during colonial times, Portuguese speakers are also found in Goa, Daman and Diu in India, in Batticaloa on the east coast of Sri Lanka and in Malacca in Malaysia.

Romanian

Romanian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Romania, Moldova, Transnistria and other parts of Western Europe and Official language in Romania, Moldova, Transnistria, Vojvodina and European Union. The approximate number of Romanian speakers in the world is 24 million as in 2007. The writing system of Romanian is basically Latin (Romanian Alphabet) and Romanian Braille. Romanian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Italic, Romance, and Eastern Romance. Proto Romanian is the early form of this language.

Serbian

Serbian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and neighboring regions and official language in Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a recognized minority language in Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Albania and Greece. The approximate number of Serbian speakers in the world is 9.7 million as in 2006. The writing system of Serbian is basically Cyrillic (Serbian alphabet), Latin (Gaj's Alphabet) and Yugoslav Braille. Serbian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Slavic, South Slavic, Western, Serbo Croatian, Shtokavian, Neo Shtokavian, Eastern Herzegovinian and Serbian.

Slovak

Slovak is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Slovakia, Serbia and Official language in Slovakia, Serbia, European Union and Czech Republic. The approximate number of Slovak speakers in the world is 7 million as in 2014. The writing system of Slovak is basically Latin (Slovak Alphabet) and Slovak Braille. Slovak belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Slavic, West Slavic and Czech-Slovak. The Slovak language is a descendant of Proto-Slavic. The Language has also been influenced by German, English, Latin and Hungarian.

Swedish

Swedish is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Sweden and parts of Finland and Official language in Sweden, Finland and European Union. The approximate number of Swedish speakers in the world is 9 million as in 2007. The writing system of Swedish is basically Latin (Swedish Alphabet) and Swedish Braille. Swedish belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Germanic, North Germanic, and East Scandinavian. The language was Old Swedish in the early form. The language has comparatively large vowel inventory.

Ukranian

Ukrainian is an Indo-European Language and it is native language of Ukraine and Official language in Ukraine and Transnistria. The approximate number of Ukrainian speakers in the world is 30 million as in 2007. The writing system of Ukrainian is basically Cyrillic (Ukrainian Alphabet) and Ukrainian Braille. Ukrainian belongs to the Language family of Indo-European, Balto Slavic, Slavic, and East Slavic . The language is closest to Belarusian followed by Serbo-Croatian, Slovak and Russian. The Ukrainian language retains a degree of mutual intelligibility with Belarusian and Russian.

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