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52
3
61.00 million
4
44 weeks
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44
21
260.00 million
4
44 weeks
20,000,000.00
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26
188
400.00 million
7
6 weeks
2,500,000.00
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26
25
76.00 million
6
24 weeks
1,800,000.00
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20
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0.18 million
2
24 weeks
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List of Oceania Languages

Language is the basic means of communication. Languages can be classified into Most Spoken Languages, Easiest languages to learn, Best languages to learn, Most Difficult Languages, Continents where they are spoken and Language families to which they belong. Oceania is also called as Oceanica which is biggest continent that consists Australia, New Zealand and many parts of Pacifics island groups. English is main language spoken in Australia and New Zealand. On Languages comparison, you can also go through Asian Languages, African Languages, South American Languages and North American Languages so that you get sorted list of languages Continentwise. Oceania Languages+ are the languages that are widely spoken all over the world. English, French, Hindi, Urdu, Maori, etc. are some of the languages which belong to Oceania Languages. Check out the complete list of Oceania Languages.

All Oceania Languages

All Oceania Languages are listed here. Here you get the sorted list of languages based on various factors such as number of alphabets, language position, time taken to learn that language, language levels and so on. There are around 5 languages which come under Oceania Languages. Check if the language you speak is one of the Oceania Languages.

Oceania Languages Category

We provide each and every detail of each language in systematic tabular format. By sorting the languages, you can decide which all languages come under Oceania Languages+ category. The languages of Oceania fall into three major groups: , Aboriginal Australian languages and Papuan languages. Along with all the information about languages, you will enjoy learning basic greetings like hello, thank-you, please, sorry in different languages. Know everything about languages that you would like to learn and find out under which category it lies. www.languagecomparison.com provides detailed information about each language and you can also compare these languages based on their speaking population, language code, language family, greetings and history.