World Languages/Asia

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Map of Asia

Asia includes six main regions: Central Asia (blue on map), East Asia (yellow/orange), Middle East (brown), Russia and the Caucasus (purple), South Asia (green) and Southeast Asia (red). The main majority languages of this continent

Central Asia[edit | edit source]

East Asia[edit | edit source]

South Korea[edit | edit source]

Middle East[edit | edit source]

Russia and Caucasus[edit | edit source]

South Asia[edit | edit source]

  • Bengali
  • Hindi
  • Nepali
  • Urdu

Southeast Asia[edit | edit source]

Indonesia[edit | edit source]

  • There are 10 countries in SE Asia, with Indonesia as the most linguistically-diverse country (see Language in Southeast Asia). There are more than 700 languages in this region alone, and many of them does not have their languages documented.

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