I was always under the assumption that most in Malta spoke English.
They all have Official Status in EU Countries. The quiz merely collects the Main languages of the States.
Here's a source: http://ec.europa.eu/languages/policy/linguistic-diversity/official-languages-eu_en.htm
I didn't mean Serbian but Sorbian, an official minority language in Germany and recognised as such. Sami and Suomi are different languages, too. As I said - your quiz collects official languages of the EU, not of the EU countries, as the introduction says.
It's also the language that is closest to english
And some are spoken in other countries: Italian in Vatican City and San Marino, Spanish in Andorra, French in Monaco... and a lot more.
- catalan, Galician, Valencian, Basque in Spain
- Basque Breton in France
- Flemish in Belgium
- Mirandês in Portugal ........
Oh, that's right. Liverpool isn't part of the EU.
The correct translation is "Gaeilge"
That means that Letzebuergesch should be one, and other official languages of the country.