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What language(s) and writing system does your nation use?

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in Tannhauser Gate we use the latin alphabet, and the official languages are English and brazilian portuguese. But, It's a federal republic, so each state has the autorothy to add official languages, according to their populition and the change os that througth the time

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In Novasamita we have Novasamitan as the national language, though there are many other recognized local versions and indigenous languages as well. We use a mix of Latin and Nordic scripts, forming the Sahamite (Sahmeitte in Novasamitan) script. English is widely spoken as the lingua franca of daily life here, often used in media, diplomatic visits and others. One unique feature of the Sahamite script is that it has letters specifically for surnames only, Æ (i.e. Ærax, Ænavis, Æhaag, etc.) and Œ (Bœrslag, Œrne, etc.).

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Latin alphabet and English language are widely used both official and lingua franca for convenience sake. Traditional and old languages may still exist and practiced by locals but only up to regional level. Slang, pidgin, and creole also coexist one another in certain province or regional border. 

Only around 12 recorded language before Latin and English came. It was believe that theres more than 40 languages spoken among country's populace.

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The Cyrillic Alphabet is that of which is used in Lanorth. Latin is also a language spoken in Lanorth, though is considered by the Government to be a minority language in the country and therefore, not important. The language of Lanorth is basically Russian, but with a few, modified tweaks. The same goes for the Latin speakers, it is modified slightly to fit our culture.

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The writing system of the Confederacy of Zoran is similar Cherokee syllabary but english, spanish, latin, and Zoranian are spoken and written in the nation.

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The vernacular in Arracrania is Kartellano, which bears great resemblance to a mixture of Spanish grammar (with the exception of grammatical gender) and Georgian script. The lingua franca is English, which is used mostly in trade and communication with foreign entities. Both Kartellano and English are official languages of Arracrania.

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