What is your Mother Tongue?Is the name of Language is related to your State name

India
July 4, 2008 11:11am CST
As we are having many languages in the world our kannada people have the state name of Karnataka and Bengal people as language Bengali. Is your language name relate to the name of the state?
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• India
4 Jul 08
Hi Naresh seem to be an Indian as well as a native of Andhra Pradesh but reciding in Karnataka. Well I am also from Ap and my mother tounge is telugu and you can also say that it is not related to andhra pradesh in anyway. Congrats that you have reached your 200th post and i am working hard to reach it. Good Luck & happy mylotting.
• India
4 Jul 08
see, actually I want to know what is happening in rest of the world as well as, I don't know all the languages in the country so I am trying is there any language which I can recognize by the state names
• India
8 Nov 08
As we are having many languages in the world our kannada people have the state name of karnataka and bengal people as language bengali. yes my language related to name of state.
@rudymk (10)
• India
5 Nov 08
Yes most probabaly the language name is related to the state name. In the whole world also, we will find the same examples.
• India
25 Sep 08
I am from Karnataka and my mother tongue is Kannada and i am proud of it.How about you Naresh I think you are from AndraPradesh and your mother tongue is Telugu and i have some friends who are from same place and i am fan of Telugu movies.....
• India
25 Sep 08
yes i am from karnataka and my mother tongue is kannada and i am proud of it.
@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
26 Jul 08
My mother tongue is Romanian, the language spoken in my country Romania, and also in Rep. Moldova and small parts of Bulgaria, Ukraine or Serbia inhabited by Romanian citizens.
• United States
7 Jul 08
In my native country, we have 77 dialects and our national language is Filipino. In our household we speak Visayan and it is the second dialect that is widely used in the country. Now that I reside in the US, we speak English and I am teaching my children my native country's national language.
@cherriemae (3375)
• Philippines
7 Jul 08
since we dont have state name.. our country is Philippines and the language are called Filipino language..we have lots of language but the universal languange is Filipino..
@mentalward (14716)
• United States
4 Jul 08
Hahaha! I guess you could say, in my country, our language is the name of the country. I'm in America. Many people say we speak English, but I have to disagree. What we speak here is called "American". The true English language comes from England. They speak it so much better! We here in the U.S. have slaughtered the English language, as a whole, so I prefer to call what we speak "American" and not "English". I majored in art and English in high school and college, so I think I know a little more about the language than the average person. I can write very well in the English language, but I still have a problem with "speaking" it! This was a fun post! Thank you!