Languages that are official in only two countries.

Can you name the two countries that have the following languages as an official language?
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Last updated: April 21, 2018
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Language
Country
Albanian
Albania
Kosovo
Aymara
Bolivia
Peru
Bengali
Bangladesh
India
Berber
Algeria
Morocco
Greek
Cyprus
Greece
Language
Country
Guarani
Bolivia
Paraguay
Hausa
Niger
Nigeria
Korean
North Korea
South Korea
Romanian
Moldova
Romania
Rwanda-Rundi
Burundi
Rwanda
Language
Country
Sotho
Lesotho
South Africa
Swati
South Africa
Swaziland
Swedish
Finland
Sweden
Tswana
Botswana
South Africa
Turkish
Cyprus
Turkey
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Level 53
Apr 21, 2018
Why does this quiz included regional and national languages. Those technically aren't official..
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Level 43
Apr 25, 2018
Could you be more specific so I could look into it. For example, Bolivia has 37 official languages. Spanish and 36 regional/national ones, they are however official. But if you can tell me which language specifically isn't an official language I would be grateful so I could make the necessary changes
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Level 53
May 3, 2018
Bengali is a regional language in India, Hausa is a national languge in Niger and Nigeria, and Rwanda-Rundi is typically to be considered two languages called Kinyarwanda and Kirundi. I have heard conflicting sources on whether or not Tswana is official in Botswana.
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Level 42
Apr 21, 2018
Cool quiz!