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Language Data

  • Alternate names: Also: in -- Anglit; in -- Kiingereza
  • Scriptures published: Bible (1382--2002) New Testament (1380--2011) Portions (1530--1995)
    FCBH (English Standard Version) See above
    text online See above
    The JESUS Film See above
  • Literacy: No information available.
    Second Language: No information available.
  • Primary country: United Kingdom
  • Also used in:
  • Religion: Christian
  • Status: De facto national language in American Samoa; De facto national language in Anguilla; De facto national language in Antigua and Barbuda; De facto national working language in Aruba; De facto national language in Australia; De facto national language in Bahamas; De facto national working language in Bahrain; De facto national language in Barbados; De facto national language in Belize; De facto national language in Bermuda; De facto national working language in Bhutan; De facto national language in Botswana; De facto national language in British Indian Ocean Territory; De facto national language in British Virgin Islands; Statutory national working language in Brunei; De facto national working language in Cambodia; Statutory national language in Cameroon; Statutory national language in Canada; Statutory national language in Caribbean Netherlands; De facto national language in Cayman Islands; Statutory national language in Cook Islands; De facto national language in Dominica; De facto national working language in Eritrea; Statutory national language in Fiji; De facto national language in Gambia; De facto national language in Ghana; De facto national language in Gibraltar; De facto national language in Grenada; Statutory national language in Guam; De facto national language in Guyana; Statutory provincial working language in Hong Kong; Statutory national working language in India; Statutory national language in Ireland; De facto national working language in Isle of Man; De facto national language in Jamaica; Statutory national language in Kenya; De facto national language in Kiribati; Statutory national language in Lesotho; De facto national language in Liberia; Statutory national working language in Malawi; Statutory national working language in Malaysia; De facto national working language in Maldives; Statutory national working language in Malta; De facto national language in Marshall Islands; Statutory national language in Mauritius; De facto national language in Micronesia; De facto national language in Montserrat; Statutory national language in Namibia; De facto national language in Nauru; De facto national language in New Zealand; De facto national language in Nigeria; Statutory national working language in Niue; De facto national language in Norfolk Island; Statutory national language in Northern Mariana Islands; Statutory national language in Pakistan; Statutory national language in Palau; De facto national language in Papua New Guinea; Statutory national working language in Philippines; De facto national language in Pitcairn; Statutory national working language in Puerto Rico; Statutory national working language in Rwanda; De facto national language in Saint Kitts and Nevis; De facto national language in Saint Lucia; De facto national language in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Statutory national language in Samoa; Statutory national language in Seychelles; De facto national language in Sierra Leone; Statutory national working language in Singapore; Statutory national language in Sint Maarten; De facto national language in Solomon Islands; Statutory national working language in Somalia; Statutory national language in South Africa; Statutory national working language in South Sudan; De facto national working language in Sri Lanka; Statutory national working language in Sudan; Statutory national language in Swaziland; De facto national working language in Tanzania; De facto national language in Tokelau; De facto national working language in Tonga; De facto national language in Trinidad and Tobago; De facto national language in Turks and Caicos Islands; De facto national language in Tuvalu; De facto national language in U.S. Virgin Islands; Statutory national language in Uganda; De facto national working language in United Arab Emirates; De facto national language in United Kingdom; De facto national language in United States; Statutory national language in Vanuatu; Statutory national language in Zambia; De facto national language in Zimbabwe
  • Number of users: 335,148,868 (; 100,000 in Israel (1993); )
  • Vitality: National

(data from Ethnologue and other sources)

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