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  1. It is an abugida descended from the Brahmic scripts, closely related to Sulat Tagalog, and is famous for being written vertical but written upward, rather than downward as nearly all other scripts (however, it is read horizontally left to right). It is usually written on bamboo by incising characters with a knife.

    • left-to-right, bottom-to-top
    • Hanunoo
  2. According to a 2019 Pew Research survey, the most commonly spoken languages at home other than Spanish were Catalan in 8% of households, Valencian 4%, Galician 3% and Basque in 1% of homes. [6] See also: Dialects of Catalan, Dialects of Basque, and Cantabrian dialect Distribution of the regional co-official languages in Spain :

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  4. Mar 16, 2023 · Written Hanunó'o. Nowadays Hanunó'o is written mainly with a version of the Latin alphabet. There is also a Hanunó'o, which has been used since the 14th century AD and is thought to have developed from the Kawi script of Java, Bali and Sumatra. The Hanunó'o script is used to write love songs or ʼambāhan, and also for correspondence.

  5. They speak an Austronesian language, and most are literate, using an Indic-derived script that they write on bamboo. The Hanunóo were largely out of contact with schools and missions at least as late as the early 1950s.

  6. Sep 19, 2017 · Catalan is by far the most widely spoken regional language in Spain. It is spoken in the independent communities of Catalan, Valencia, Aragón, Murcia and on the Balearic Islands, with various regional differences. With around 11 million speakers in four countries, Catalan is also the most spoken regional language within the European Union.

  7. Nov 27, 2022 · This guide will introduce you to seven languages spoken in Spain, along with their history and culture. Contents 1. Spanish: The Official Language of Spain 2. Catalan: The Language of Gaudí and Dalí 3. Galician: No, It’s Not Portuguese! 4. Basque: Spain’s Most Mysterious Language 5. Occitan: Catalan’s Endangered Cousin 6.

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