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Languages of Italy Quiz (with map)

Italy is often mistaken as a country with little linguistic diversity with Italian as the only spoken language. The reality of the situation is substantially more complicated. In fact Italy has languages from several different language groups. The inspiration came from misconception.
Minority languages which are sometimes considered dialects have multiple possible answers
source: Wikipedia
Standard Italian is still the majority language in most areas even if the map makes it look otherwise
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Last updated: August 17, 2021
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First submittedAugust 11, 2020
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Romance Languages
Catalan
Central Italian
Emiliano-Romagnolo
Arpitan
Friulian
Gallo-Italic of Basilicata
Gallo-Italic of Sicily
Ladin
Ligurian
Lombard
Neapolitan (various dialects)
Piedmontese
Provençal Occitan
Sardinian
Sassarese and Gallurese
Sicilian
Tuscan
Venetian
Germanic Languages
South Tyrolese
Carinthian Bavarian
Cimbrian Bavarian
Mòcheno
Walser German
Indo-European Isolates
Albanian
Greek
Slavic Languages
Serbo-Croatian
Slovene
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Level 69
Aug 11, 2020
Nice quiz! Got more than I thought I would.
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Level 44
Aug 12, 2020
Thank you, there's definitely a lot of tricky ones
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Level 69
Aug 12, 2020
Aww, could "Napolitan" not be accepted?
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Level 44
Aug 12, 2020
I can't find any sources that spell it that way, but just for you i'll make an exception
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Level 74
Aug 12, 2020
Wait, so you're telling me in most places in Italy, Italian is not most spoken?
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Level 44
Aug 12, 2020
well, not exactly, in MOST of these places, MOST people speak a standard Italian based on the Florentine dialect of the Tuscan language. But in these regions there are a large number of people who speak a LANGUAGE (not dialect) which is different from that standard Italian.
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Level 32
Aug 17, 2020
Nice quiz
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Level 44
Aug 17, 2020
Thanks
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Level 21
Aug 11, 2021
a year late maybe but could arpitan be accepted please :) it's another name for francoprovençal
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Level 44
Aug 17, 2021
You’re absolutely right, Arpitan should’ve actually been the primary answer for it anyway. Thanks for finding that and playing! Hopefully you can check out the other ones in the series
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Level 67
Aug 18, 2021
Can you please accept just Emilian or Romagnol?
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Level 73
Jul 12, 2022
Please accept Emilian-Romagnol.