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Name One Country for each Official Language

For each language in the list type the name of a country where it is an official language. You are shown the number of possible answers.
Based on Official Languages of the World quiz, which only considers the most prominent languages of Bolivia and not all 37 official ones
You are also asked to name one of the countries with no official language
Quiz by scambigol
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Last updated: January 25, 2016
First submittedJanuary 25, 2016
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Language
Countries
54
English
Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, ..
29
French
Belgium, Benin, Burkina Faso, ..
24
Arabic
Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoro..
19
Spanish
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Col..
9
Portuguese
Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Ea..
6
German
Austria, Belgium, Germany, Lie..
4
Italian
Italy, San Marino, Switzerland..
4
none
Australia, Mauritius, Mexico, ..
4
Russian
Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzsta..
3
Chinese
China, Singapore, Taiwan
3
Dutch
Belgium, Netherlands, Suriname
3
Malay
Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore
3
Serbo-Croatian (Serbian)
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo..
3
Swahili
Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
2
Albanian
Albania, Kosovo
2
Greek
Cyprus, Greece
2
Korean
North Korea, South Korea
2
Serbo-Croatian (Croatian)
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croati..
2
Sotho
Lesotho, South Africa
2
Swazi
South Africa, Swaziland
2
Swedish
Finland, Sweden
2
Tamil
Singapore, Sri Lanka
2
Tswana
Botswana, South Africa
2
Turkish
Cyprus, Turkey
1
Afrikaans
South Africa
1
Amharic
Ethiopia
1
Armenian
Armenia
1
Aymara
Bolivia
1
Azerbaijani
Azerbaijan
1
Belarusian
Belarus
1
Bengali
Bangladesh
1
Berber
Morocco
1
Bislama
Vanuatu
1
Bulgarian
Bulgaria
1
Burmese
Burma
1
Catalan
Andorra
1
Chewa
Malawi
1
Comorian
Comoros
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Language
Countries
1
Czech
Czech Republic
1
Danish
Denmark
1
Dzongkha
Bhutan
1
Estonian
Estonia
1
Fiji Hindi
Fiji
1
Fijian
Fiji
1
Filipino
Philippines
1
Finnish
Finland
1
Georgian
Georgia
1
Gilbertese
Kiribati
1
Guaraní
Paraguay
1
Haitian Creole
Haiti
1
Hebrew
Israel
1
Hindustani (Hindi)
India
1
Hindustani (Urdu)
Pakistan
1
Hiri Motu
Papua New Guinea
1
Hungarian
Hungary
1
Icelandic
Iceland
1
Irish
Ireland
1
Japanese
Japan
1
Kazakh
Kazakhstan
1
Khmer
Cambodia
1
Kinyarwanda
Rwanda
1
Kirundi
Burundi
1
Kyrgyz
Kyrgyzstan
1
Lao
Laos
1
Latvian
Latvia
1
Lithuanian
Lithuania
1
Luxembourgish
Luxembourg
1
Macedonian
Macedonia
1
Malagasy
Madagascar
1
Malay (Indonesian)
Indonesia
1
Maldivian
Maldives
1
Maltese
Malta
1
Māori
New Zealand
1
Marshallese
Marshall Islands
1
Mongolian
Mongolia
1
Nauruan
Nauru
1
Nepali
Nepal
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Language
Countries
1
New Zealand Sign Language
New Zealand
1
Northern Ndebele
Zimbabwe
1
Northern Sotho
South Africa
1
Norwegian
Norway
1
Palauan
Palau
1
Pashto
Afghanistan
1
Persian
Iran
1
Persian (Dari)
Afghanistan
1
Persian (Tajik)
Tajikistan
1
Polish
Poland
1
Quechua
Bolivia
1
Romanian
Romania
1
Romanian (Moldovan)
Moldova
1
Romansh
Switzerland
1
Samoan
Samoa
1
Sango
Central African Republic
1
Serbo-Croatian (Bosnian)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
1
Serbo-Croatian (Montenegrin)
Montenegro
1
Seychellois Creole
Seychelles
1
Shona
Zimbabwe
1
Sinhala
Sri Lanka
1
Slovak
Slovakia
1
Slovene
Slovenia
1
Somali
Somalia
1
Southern Ndebele
South Africa
1
Tetum
East Timor
1
Thai
Thailand
1
Tigrinya
Eritrea
1
Tok Pisin
Papua New Guinea
1
Tongan
Tonga
1
Tsonga
South Africa
1
Turkmen
Turkmenistan
1
Tuvaluan
Tuvalu
1
Ukrainian
Ukraine
1
Uzbek
Uzbekistan
1
Venda
South Africa
1
Vietnamese
Vietnam
1
Xhosa
South Africa
1
Zulu
South Africa
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level 56
Jan 25, 2016
Hiri Motu and Tok Pisin are official languages of PAPUA NEW Guinea, not only Guinea
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level 71
Jan 25, 2016
whoops, thanks a lot for spotting that!
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level 70
Jan 25, 2016
Only 95. Awesome idea :) It is interesting how my language has four names :D
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level 50
May 11, 2016
Catalan is spoken in Spain. It is an official language in Catalonia. I tried every possible spelling and then gave up on this quiz.
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level 63
Jan 18, 2019
I thought at first too, huh why doesnt it accept spain... but catalan isnt an official language for the entirety of spain, it is only regionally official (in catalonia)
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level 38
Aug 21, 2018
In fact, some countries does not have an official language. Argentina does not have any official language, but use Spanish as de facto.
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level 63
Jan 18, 2019
It might need a bit more time ( I dont think I would ve gotten more, but really didnt have time to think about the ones I didnt get immediately)

Especially since you dont accet czechia, and dont mention it is yellow boxed. At first i followed the list anyway so didnt realize, when I did started to random go for countries, it took a while before I realised why my answers werent accepted..

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level 45
Jun 12, 2019
Berber isn’t just spoken in Morocco. It’s also spoken in Algeria.
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level 59
Jul 28, 2019
I think Latin is an official language in Vatican