Hebrew and Telugu as Minority Language
In Hebrew and Telugu speaking countries you will get the countries which have Hebrew and Telugu as minority language. The language which is spoken by minority of population in the country is called as minority language.
- Hebrew as minority language: Poland.
- Telugu as minority language: Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu.
If you want to compare Hebrew and Telugu dialects, then you can go to Hebrew vs Telugu Dialects. Some of the official languages are also considered as minority languages.
Hebrew and Telugu Regulators
Hebrew and Telugu speaking countries provide you Hebrew and Telugu regulators which are the official organizations that regulate them. Academy of the Hebrew Language regulates Hebrew language.Telugu is regulated by Telugu Academy and Official Language Commission of Government of Andhra Pradesh. Also get to learn, Hebrew and Telugu Language History.
Hebrew and Telugu Continents
Thinking about Hebrew and Telugu continents in which Hebrew and Telugu speaking countries are present. Check out more information on Hebrew and Telugu. Most of the Hebrew speaking countries lie in Africa, Asia, Europe. While Telugu speaking countries lie in Asia. Continentwise, most of the languages belong to Asian Languages and African Languages. It's always fun to know about interesting facts of any language, so lets discuss about unknown facts of Hebrew and Telugu languages:
Hebrew Interesting Facts:
- The original language of Bible is Hebrew.
- The men and women use different verbs in hebrew language.
Telugu Interesting Facts:
- Telugu is the only language in the Eastern world that has every single word that ends with a vowel sound. Telugu language is called "Italian of the East".
- Telugu is one of the oldest language in India which is 2,400 years old.
The Hebrew language was derived from Aramaic Language and is similar to Arabic and Aramaic languages whereas Hebrew language is similar to Tamil and derived from Sanskrit Language.