The people of
speak German (official), French (official), Italian (official), Serbo-Croatian, Albanian, Portuguese, Spanish, English, and Romansch (official).
The four national languages of Switzerland are German, French, Italian and
Romansh. All but Romansh maintain equal status as official languages at the ...
Switzerland is widely considered to be the model for a kind of tolerance relatively
... While Swiss dialects of three of the country's official languages -- German, ...
Which official languages do they speak in Switzerland? Switzerland's four official
languages, traditionally spoken in different regions of the country, are German, ...
We share three of our four official languages spoken in Switzerland with our
neighbours, but multilingual Switzerland has no written language of its own,
Jul 20, 2016 ... Switzerland has four national languages: French, German, Italian and Romansh.
English, though not an official language, is often used to ...
We don't have a common language. Larger linguistic group speaks Swiss-
German ... As already stated, there is no "official" language in Switzerland,
everybody is supposed to learn. Some 50, 70 years ago, one could have argued
that it was ...
The official languages are German/French/Italian. There is another official
language called Rumantsch, but it is only a joke to be honest. Nobody who isn't
Mar 5, 2013 ... Switzerland is a country with 3–4 official languages: French, German, Italian, and
Romansh. In an item in the Swedish news tonight about the ...