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Countries with Unique Official Languanges

Countries having official languages that is unique to their country of having official status.
A country having two or more official languages could only be considerable answer if all of its official languages is unique to their country of having official status.
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Last updated: September 10, 2014
First submittedSeptember 7, 2014
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Andorra
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Bhutan
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Denmark
Estonia
Ethiopia
Georgia
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Hungary
Iceland
Japan
Laos
Latvia
Lithuania
Macedonia
Maldives
Mongolia
Myanmar
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Nepal
Norway
Poland
Slovenia
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Vietnam
Thailand
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level 56
Sep 7, 2014
Thailand?
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level 55
Sep 7, 2014
Please accept Burma
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level 64
Sep 10, 2014
Not so sure about Montenegrin though... It is part of the Serbo-Croatian dialect - which kinda means that you would have to include Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia into this quiz as well. None of them really have a unique language though as it is pretty much the same language. It would be like saying UK English and American English are different languages. Slovenia is slightly different though.
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level 52
Feb 11, 2015
I think that should be Burma instead of Myanmar (or at least accept Burma), Thailand should go between Slovenia and Turkmenistan.