Colorado is "colored", but it more has the meaning of "colored red" as in flush colored or "colored" as in a dirty joke as the dictionary says. In English we say my face is "red" when we're embarassed or astonished, but "color" is also used to denote skin pigmentation in general.Sep 8, 2009
Arabic is the official, and most widely spoken, language. Arabic speakers make up 85% of the population (this includes some 500,000 Palestinians). Many educated Syrians also speak English and French.
English is widely spoken in Norway, and virtually every Norwegian can speak fluent (or understand a minimum of, this is mostly the elder people) English.Tourist information is usually printed in several languages.
"Nguyễn is the most common Vietnamese family name. Outside of Vietnam, the surname is commonly rendered without diacritics as Nguyen. Vietnamese pronunciation is northern [ŋʷǐˀən] and southern [ŋʷĩəŋ] ; in English it is commonly /ˈwɪn/ "win"."Aug 6, 2014
Yes, they speak English. Here the details: The national language in Austria is German. ... The only differences are accent and some vocabulary – much like the case with British and American English (though Germany and Austria use the same spelling).Feb 4, 2016
Also, names of school subjects (math, algebra, geology, psychology) are not capitalized, with the exception of the names of languages (French, English). Names of courses are capitalized (Algebra 201, Math 001). You should capitalize titles of people when used as part of their proper name.
From the Bleacher Report: "If Lionel Messi wants to grow his marketing opportunities, he needs to learn, at minimum, conversational English. There is a vast market that Leo is not tapping into by not speaking English. Yes, he's done interviews to English-speaking media outlets via a translator, but it's not the same.
2. (intransitive) to stay or reside temporarily. sojourner, noun. C13: from Old French sojorner, from Vulgar Latin subdiurnāre (unattested) to spend a day, from Latin sub- during + Late Latin diurnum day. Word Origin and History for sojourn.
It is the most common second language in the Sofia, where a wide range of facilities are available for English-speaking expats. Some people may also speak German or French. Until 1989, all Bulgarian children had to learn Russian in school, though many people chose not to speak it in public.
In their own homes, however, they may speak Moroccan Arabic, a Berber dialect, or perhaps Spanish. Soon, even more people will also speak English, making them trilingual. The variety of languages spoken in Morocco has a lot to do with its location, but it is still quite impressive.Jun 21, 2015