Second most spoken language:
>Ireland's native language is the second most spoken
Lushenko is a literal Stalin wanna-be, he even served in the Soviet border troops when his cunt was a cucked satellite and he's still proud of that history. Practically everything he has done in government has been to replicate Belarus under Soviet rule, he even voted against splitting from the Union in the 90's.
Kinda embarrassing tbqh, don't know why Belarusians bother staying in that shithole.
Cad é sa diabhal raibh tú díreach fucking rá mar gheall orm, tá tú soith beag? beidh mé a fhios agat Bhain mé ar bharr mo rang sa rónta Navy, agus mé páirteach i ruathair rúnda go leor ar Al-Qaeda, agus tá mé níos mó ná 300 mharaíonn deimhnithe. Tá mé ag oiliúint i cogaíochta gorilla agus tá mé an sniper is fearr sna fórsaí SAM ar fad armtha. Tá tú aon rud a dom ach amháin an sprioc eile. Beidh mé wipe tú an ag fuck amach go cruinn an maith a bhfuil riamh le feiceáil cheana ar an Domhan, mo focail fucking mharcáil. Cheapann tú gur féidir leat a fháil amach le rá go cac liom thar an Idirlíon? Smaoinigh arís, fucker. Atá inniu Tá mé ag dul i dteagmháil mo líonra rúnda na spiairí ar fud na Stáit Aontaithe Mheiriceá agus do IP á rianú ceart anois mar sin leat a ullmhú níos fearr don stoirm, maggot. An stoirm go wipes amach an rud pathetic beag a ghlaonn tú ar do shaol. Tá tú ag fucking marbh, kid. Is féidir liom a bheith in áit ar bith, ag am ar bith, agus is féidir liom tú a mharú i níos mó ná seacht gcéad bealaí, agus sin díreach le mo lámha nochta. Níl mé ach oilte mé go forleathan i ngleic neamharmtha, ach rochtain ar an Arsenal iomlán na Stáit Aontaithe Cór Mara I agus beidh mé é a úsáid chun a mhéid iomlán a wipe do thóin olc as an aghaidh na mór-roinne, tú cac beag. Más rud é ach d'fhéadfaí tú a bheith ar eolas cén retribution unholy bhí do beag "cliste" comment faoi a thabhairt síos ar tú, b'fhéidir go mbeadh tú a bheith i seilbh do theanga fucking. Ach ní fhéadfaí tú, ní raibh tú, agus anois tá tú ag íoc an praghas, goddamn agat leathcheann. Beidh mé cac Fury ar fud tú, agus beidh tú drown ann. Tá tú ag fucking marbh, kiddo.
I'm not even Irish-American. My ancestors are 100% English. I study it purely out of interest. I've also been studying Spanish for over four years now. I just like learning languages. It's fun.
>I just like learning languages. It's fun.
the most cucked country on earth
>How could Turkish possibly be more widely spoken than fucking English?
It isn't, not even by that map. English is the second-most spoken language in Iceland, Sweden, Norway, France, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Greece, Cyprus, and Hungary - 10 countries.
Turkish is only the second-most spoken language in three countries: Germany, Austria, and Bulgaria.
You people realize that there is a shitload of written, spoken, etc., material produced in Swedish in Finland? That's why. It's a major influence there, whereas Finnish here only has like one radio show in certain areas.
>Second most common native language in Germany is Turkish.
Yeah, but in World War I it wasn't Austria, it was the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which still didn't even share a border with the Ottoman Empire: Serbia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Albania, and Romania were all in the way.
So I don't see why there would have been much of an exchange of immigrants, particularly not during a war. And even after the war was done I would have expected any Turkish immigrants to end up in pretty much literally any other part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire other than Austria herself.
And THEN there's been nearly 100 years since the war ended...
>second most spoken
there's 900k turks here left from ottoman times
plus bulgarians don't speak english and other languages so of course it turks would make it to second most spoken
You couldn't be more wrong. We have a lot fennoswedes. It's why we have tv-programs and radio shows in Swedish. Average finnish Joe couldn't two shits about Sweden.
Belarussian language looks like you try to write in russian not thinking about rules
Anyway, it is a good method of destabilizing region. We should look at the great countries and their language policy.
For example, german people. They have various number of dialects, they have different words for same things and objects. But nobody tries to make their own language, on a tv, newspapers they all speak Hochdeutsch. If you ask austrian he would say "I speak German". Nobody says "I speak Austrian".
This is a key, one language makes cooperation much easier. And promoting of local languages makes it harder.
No wonder our western "friends" try to make a synthetic nations, just business. Divide and conquer
>Krauts are notorious for not wanting to speak English
Who told you this nonsense? I wish we would be a bit more proud of our language like the French but in fact we're nearly as cucked as you Scandis.
Is duine eile mé, ach freagróidh mé do cheist. Fuair mé go raibh sé deacair chun an teanga a fhoghlaim faoi mo cheantar toisc nach bhfuil Gaeilge ag na muintir. Nuair a chuaigh mé go dtí an Ghaeltacht cúpla bliain ó shin, d'fhoghlaim mé mo chuid. Cé go ndearna mé staidéar ar Gaeilge i rith mo hám a chait mé sa scoil, mhothaigh mé níorbh fhéidir mé í caint. Oh how things are different now.... Cén fáth go bhfuil Gaeilge agat?
>Gaelic is the language group
True but while inaccurate Gaelic is the old fashioned generic term for Irish and Scottish. Its died out in Ireland but not Scotland or America/Canada
>Spain's second most spoken language is just Spanish with a funny accent