There are many writing mistakes that will make your email, letter, or report look unprofessional. These commonly confused words are some of them.   Source: Grammar Check   If you want to improve...

There are many writing mistakes that will make your email, letter, or report look unprofessional. These commonly confused words are some of them. Source: Grammar Check If you want to improve...

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Reason:  The country with the most official languages is the Republic of South Africa with 11. These are: English, Afrikaans, isiZulu, isiXhosa, Sesotho, Setswana, Sepedi, Xitsonga, siSwati, isiNdebele and Tshivenda.   India has 18 languages that are recognised by its constitution and can be considered as official, however the difference is that each language is recognised as the official language of a certain area e.g Kashmiri in Kashmir.

Reason: The country with the most official languages is the Republic of South Africa with 11. These are: English, Afrikaans, isiZulu, isiXhosa, Sesotho, Setswana, Sepedi, Xitsonga, siSwati, isiNdebele and Tshivenda. India has 18 languages that are recognised by its constitution and can be considered as official, however the difference is that each language is recognised as the official language of a certain area e.g Kashmiri in Kashmir.

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Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is very diverse, with a wide variety of land, climate changes, and wildlife.  Africa is the most populated continent, with 1,022,234,000 people.  African languages are varied with more than 1,000 languages spoken across the continent.

Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is very diverse, with a wide variety of land, climate changes, and wildlife. Africa is the most populated continent, with 1,022,234,000 people. African languages are varied with more than 1,000 languages spoken across the continent.

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We are recruiting for an English Teacher and Administrator to join our Higher Education Academy.  Salary is between £24,000 and £30,000 with 5.6 weeks paid holiday per annum.  You will teach, and develop General English, EAP and IELTS courses as part of our English and Foundation Programmes.  You may also provide English language support to Higher Education students and lecturers and assist the Academic Head with the daily academic and administrative duties of the Academy.

We are recruiting for an English Teacher and Administrator to join our Higher Education Academy. Salary is between £24,000 and £30,000 with 5.6 weeks paid holiday per annum. You will teach, and develop General English, EAP and IELTS courses as part of our English and Foundation Programmes. You may also provide English language support to Higher Education students and lecturers and assist the Academic Head with the daily academic and administrative duties of the Academy.

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Lucky (2011):  After a ten year old South African orphan leaves his Zulu village for the city, he finds no one will help him except an Indian woman who doesn't speak his language.

Lucky (2011): After a ten year old South African orphan leaves his Zulu village for the city, he finds no one will help him except an Indian woman who doesn't speak his language.

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Africa http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-xv5ZqkGhNQk/T32jQTIx6II/AAAAAAAAAxI/KMiH_NhPD4Q/s1600/africa-politic-map.jpg

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South Africa has 11 Official Languages BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.co.za

South Africa has 11 Official Languages BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.co.za

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South Africa has eleven official languages: Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa, and Zulu. The country also recognizes several unofficial languages, including Fanagalo, Khoe, Lobedu, Nama, Northern Ndebele, Phuthi, San, and South African Sign Language. Many unofficial languages have their own cultural identity including French, Portuguese, German, and Greek and some South Asian languages, such as Tamil, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, and Telugu.

South Africa has eleven official languages: Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa, and Zulu. The country also recognizes several unofficial languages, including Fanagalo, Khoe, Lobedu, Nama, Northern Ndebele, Phuthi, San, and South African Sign Language. Many unofficial languages have their own cultural identity including French, Portuguese, German, and Greek and some South Asian languages, such as Tamil, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, and Telugu.

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