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  1. This is a complete list of the official languages of countries and dependent territories of the world. It includes all languages that have official language status either statewide or in a part of the state, or that have status as a national language, regional language, or minority language.

  2. Linguists had long classified Walloon as a dialect of French, which in turn is a langue d'oïl.Like French, it descended from Vulgar Latin.Arguing that a French-speaking person could not understand Walloon easily, especially in its eastern forms, Jules Feller (1859–1940) insisted that Walloon had an original "superior unity", which made it a language.

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