both languages in a sentence
1. Both languages are widely spoken.
2. "the Strait") in both languages.
3. The a's are both short in both languages.
4. Most signs are in both languages.
5. In both languages, a number of names are used.
6. Both languages are now extinct.
7. Stubb spoke both languages at home.
8. Both languages are spoken on Karkar Island.
9. Here is the Lord's Prayer in both languages:
10. The concours tests both languages.
11. The interview may test both languages.
12. Both languages are agglutinative;
13. Here is the Lord's Prayer in both languages:
14. The same tunes were used in both languages.
15. For both languages two editions exist.
16. Both languages are considered endangered.
17. Both languages are agglutinative;
18. It is officially called in both languages.
19. Both languages are SVO in simple sentences.
20. Signs in the ship are in both languages.
21. Both languages also use ⟨tsj⟩
22. Both languages are tonal languages.
23. Edinburgh, 1617, in one or both languages;
24. Music by T. G. Lingappa for both languages.
25. Music by T. G. Lingappa for both languages.
26. exams in both languages are equal in length.
27. Zimmerman grew up speaking both languages.
28. he sings in both languages.
29. Today, both languages are endangered.
30. Both languages are widely spoken.
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- Slavic words
- Armenian alphabet
- distinct letter names
- a given language
- an orthography
- that language
- these rules
- significant sounds
- a perfectly phonemic orthography
- a consistent one-to-one correspondence
- its pronunciation
- the pronunciation
- its spelling
- this ideal
- a much larger degree
- a language
- its writing system
- writing systems
- an alphabet correspond
- one language
- a single language
- a one-to-one correspondence
- National languages
- the national standard
- Some national languages
- a very regular spelling system
- a nearly one-to-one correspondence
- these national languages
- the verb
- its letters
- the closest match
- its syllables
- the Italian verb
- many Italians
- Italian spelling
- standard Spanish
- certain phonemes
- more than one way
- a given letter