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"spoken language" Spanish translation
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We also observe that, where more than one language is spoken, economies are often more successful.
It should be noted that this relates to the spoken languages of the Member States and not dead languages.
Secondly, the third language into which the MobiliPass can be translated must be a widely spoken language.
Catalan, for example, is a language that is spoken by 10 million inhabitants.
In bilingual countries, it is possible to add your listing in each language spoken in that respective country.
Speakers of the Kurdish language – spoken by 20 million people in Turkey – continue to face persecution.
I accept the criticism and will therefore call Members to order either in a more widely-spoken EU language or using the gavel.
After the answer given by Commissioner Liikanen about the issue of less widely spoken languages, that amendment is superfluous.
And it is a well-known fact that the language spoken by the Romanians is a Latin-based language, unlike the languages of all the other regions.
What is more, he refuses to speak Dutch, the language spoken by the majority of people in his country, and has made this a kind of trademark of his.
Yet, multilingualism is also the sign of our diversity, and the disappearance of languages spoken in a limited area must be of concern to us.
It is this move that must lead us not only to promote the languages spoken, but also to take measures to understand our fellow citizens.
As a native Catalan, it is my hope that, in the future, my language, which is spoken by 10 million European citizens, may also be recognised in this Chamber.
It is also expecting the Union to recognise its ancient language, spoken by almost 8 million people, as an official language and a working language of Parliament.
All speakers in this Parliament are entitled to speak in their mother tongue whether that language is spoken by many or by few.
I understand this, but I cannot understand why those same practical reasons are behind the decision to assess, and I quote, ‘ the five most widely-spoken languages in the EU’.
Particular emphasis is given in the programme to small countries or regions with less widely-spoken languages and to actively support linguistic diversity of audiovisual works.
I shall give you a good example: the Basque language is spoken by some 800 000 people, in an area in close proximity to 50 million French speakers and 35 million Spanish speakers.
Today, about half of the 6 000 or so languages spoken in different parts of the world are under threat: that means that 3 000 languages are either seriously endangered or are dying.
I wish furthermore to take a stand against all the motions that seek to limit the less widely spoken languages or the smaller groups, to make this House bureaucratic and centralised.
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