MelD says: June 3, 2014 at 2:36 AM Fascinating – I hadn’t expected those results, to be honest! And another laugh – we have four official languages alone in Switzerland: German, French, Italian and Romansch… 😉 Although I should point out that there is a big difference between written High/official German and spoken Swiss-German (“real” Germans can be spotted a mile away LOL!), much more so than with the French, which is more of a series of accents and a few different words (we say “septante” and “nonante” for 70 and 90, for instance, here, rather than soixante-dix or quatre-vingt-dix) and the same with Italian, where the mountain valley dialects are hard or next-to-impossible for an Italian to understand. Romansch is a series of mountain dialects in the eastern region that was brought together in an artificial “official” Romansch in the 1970s, but basically has 5 different versions… After that there is a lot of English, Spanish, Portuguese, Serbian, Croatian, Albanian and so on, now also with more eastern European languages (Russian, Polish, Bulgarian). We also have quite a lot of Philippine population.