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Dutch vs Japanese Dialects

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1 Dialects
1.1 Dialect 1
Gronings
Sanuki
1.1.1 Where They Speak
Netherlands
Kagawa
1.1.2 How Many People Speak
Chinese Dialects
590,000.00
Rank: 32 (Overall)
1,000,000.00
Rank: 28 (Overall)
Macedonian Dialects
1.2 Dialect 2
Low Saxon
Hakata
1.2.1 Where They Speak
Denmark, Germany, Netherlands
Fukuoka
1.2.2 How Many People Speak
Chinese Dialects
4,000,000.00
Rank: 16 (Overall)
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Dzongkha Dialects
1.3 Dialect 3
Limburgian
Kansai
1.3.1 Where They Speak
Belgium, Netherlands
kansai
1.3.2 How Many People Speak
Swedish Dialects
1,300,000.00
Rank: 18 (Overall)
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Romanian Dialects
1.4 Total No. Of Dialects
English Dialects
7
Rank: 7 (Overall)
31
Rank: 25 (Overall)
Sanskrit Dialects
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Compare Dutch and Japanese Dialects

A single language may have major differences in speech. These differences in speech are known as dialects of that language. Compare Dutch and Japanese dialects to find out the different dialects under Dutch vs Japanese Dialects. Also get all information about Dutch vs Japanese, so that you can get the total number of people speaking these languages including dialects around the world. Find if Dutch and Japanese belong to Most Difficult Languages category.

Where they Speak Dutch and Japanese Dialects

Dutch vs Japanese dialects consists information about where they speak Dutch and Japanese dialects.

    Dutch Dialects:
  • Gronings spoken in: Netherlands
  • Low Saxon spoken in: Denmark, Germany, Netherlands
  • Limburgian spoken in: Belgium, Netherlands
    Japanese Dialects:
  • Sanuki spoken in: Kagawa
  • Hakata spoken in: Fukuoka
  • Kansai spoken in: kansai
Also check out where do they speak Dutch and Japanese languages around the world Dutch and Japanese Speaking Countries over here.

How Many People Speak Dutch and Japanese Dialects

Dialects are the varieties of a language that is distinguished from each other on basis of phonology, grammar, vocabulary, speaking regions and speaking population. Dutch vs Japanese Dialects also tells you about how many people speak Dutch and Japanese Dialects.

    Dutch Dialects:
  • Gronings speaking population: 590,000.00
  • Low Saxon speaking population: 4,000,000.00
  • Limburgian speaking population: 1,300,000.00
    Japanese Dialects:
  • Sanuki speaking population: 1,000,000.00
  • Hakata speaking population: Not Available
  • Kansai speaking population: Not Available

More on Dutch and Japanese Dialects

Explore more on Dutch and Japanese dialects to understand them. The Dutch vs Japanese dialects include one ‘written’ form and several ‘spoken’ forms. Some language dialects vary most in their phonology, and lesser in vocabulary and pattern. Some languages have dialects while some don't have.