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  1. German ( Deutsch, pronounced [dɔʏtʃ] ( listen)) [note 4] is a West Germanic language of the Indo-European language family, mainly spoken in Central Europe. It is the most widely spoken and official or co-official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and the Italian province of South Tyrol.

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    German numbers are similar to their English counterparts. Like most languages, the German number system is based mainly on the first 10 numbers. They will pop up over and over throughout all the higher numbers.

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    • 90 million (2010) to 95 million (2014), L2 speakers: 10–15 million (2014)
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  2. The German Wikipedia ( German: Deutschsprachige Wikipedia) is the German-language edition of Wikipedia, a free and publicly editable online encyclopedia . Founded on March 16, 2001, it is the second-oldest Wikipedia (after the English Wikipedia ), and with 2,697,765 articles, at present (2022) the third-largest edition of Wikipedia by number of ...

    • 16 March 2001; 21 years ago
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    The official language of Germany is Standard German, with over 95 percent of the country speaking Standard German or German dialects as their first language. This figure includes speakers of Northern Low Saxon, a recognized minority or regional language that is not considered separately from Standard German in statistics. Recognized minority langua...

    Neither the 1987 West German census nor the 2011 census inquired about language. Starting with the 2017 microcensus, a question asking, "Which language is spoken predominantly in your household?" was added, nearly eighty years since the 1939 Census asked for the mother tongue of the population. According to a 2019 Pew Research survey, the most comm...

    Recognized minority languages include: 1. Romani 2. Danish 3. North Frisian and Saterland Frisian 4. Upper Sorbian and Lower Sorbian

    Immigrant languages spoken by sizable communities of first and second-generation: 1. Turkish c. 1.8% 2. Kurdish c. 0.3% 3. Tamil 4. Russian 5. Arabic 6. Greek 7. Dutch 8. Igbo 9. Polish 10. Serbo-Croatian 11. Italian 12. Portuguese 13. Urhobo

    Most Germans learn English as their first foreign language at school. However, in some cases, French or Latin are taught first; French and Latin are also common second or third foreign languages. Russian, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Dutch, Classical Greek, and other languages are also offered in schools, depending on the school's geographic location ...

  3. The Germanic languages are a branch of the Indo-European language family spoken natively by a population of about 515 million people [nb 1] mainly in Europe, North America, Oceania and Southern Africa. The most widely spoken Germanic language, English, is also the world's most widely spoken language with an estimated 2 billion speakers.

  4. Deutsch ( [ dɔɪ̯tʃ ]; [26] abgekürzt dt. oder dtsch.) ist eine westgermanische Sprache, die weltweit etwa 90 bis 105 Millionen Menschen als Muttersprache und weiteren rund 80 Millionen als Zweit- oder Fremdsprache dient. Das Deutsche ist eine plurizentrische Sprache, enthält also mehrere Standardvarietäten in verschiedenen Regionen.

  5. Through advertising and Government funded marketing, German-Americans also known as the "Dutchman" and the German language quickly went from being viewed as distinguished and the language of the educated to being distrusted, and as such, anyone fluent in the language regardless of age, who was associated with, or who practiced traditions viewed as foreign of any type was subject to a number of public harassments, distrust, and on a few occasions, death.