distinct languages in a sentence
1. Overall Senegal is home to around 39 distinct languages.
2. Most of these tribes have their own distinct languages.
3. Most North Province peoples speak their own distinct languages.
4. thus, local groups have distinct languages.
5. Historically the tribe had people speaking 27 distinct languages.
6. It contains about fifty distinct languages.
7. Blench (2006) considers these two varieties to be distinct languages.
8. However, they are distinct languages.
9. Gildea (2012) lists Tiriyó and Trió as distinct languages.
10. Blench (2006) considers Zəlgwa-Minew and Gemzek to be distinct languages.
11. At the time of British settlement, there were over 200 distinct languages.
12. Blench (2006) considers these to be distinct languages.
13. SIL Ethnologue reports more than 130 distinct languages spoken in Chad.
14. Ethnologue encodes 12 variants of Malagasy as distinct languages.
15. Nyamwezi proper and Konongo are often considered distinct languages.
16. Recently recognized distinct languages include Koki Naga.
17. Balanta is now generally divided into two distinct languages;
18. These are divergent enough they probably constitute distinct languages.
19. Maho (2009) classifies these as distinct languages;
20. Maho (2009) treats these as ten distinct languages.
21. Some varieties, such as Shangge, are likely distinct languages.
22. Dialects are divergent and may be distinct languages;
23. sociolinguistically they are distinct languages.
24. Blench considers Gaushi and Wənci (Ngwunci) to be distinct languages.
25. It is possible that they are distinct languages.
26. Sanggau varieties are quite divergent, and may be distinct languages.
27. these are divergent enough to sometimes be listed as distinct languages.
28. It might actually be two distinct languages.
29. The region was highly diverse, with numerous distinct languages spoken.
30. over 2,000 distinct languages are spoken throughout the African continent.
- Their distribution
- the Sahara pump
- no agreement
- this language family
- The main theories
- Widespread (though not universal) features
- the Afroasiatic languages
- the most remarkable shared features
- the prefixing verb conjugation
- this section
- a distinctive pattern
- /ʔ t n y/
- third-singular masculine /y-/
- tonal languages
- the Omotic and Chadic branches
- certain Cushitic languages
- The Semitic
- Egyptian branches
- Afroasiatic cognates
- ten pronouns
- three nouns
- three verbs
- two etymological dictionaries
- The two dictionaries
- almost everything
- The following table
- the thirty roots
- a fragile consensus
- present research
- the main sources
- Afroasiatic etymologies
- also UK
- officially the Principality
- Principat d'Andorra
- a sovereign landlocked microstate
- the eastern Pyrenees
- the count
- the Roman Catholic Diocese