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About half the world's population speaks a language that belongs to what language family? 1.Balto-Slavic 2.Indo-European 3.Greek 4.Celtic
2. Indo European Family
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User: About half the world's population speaks a language that belongs to what language family? 1.Balto-Slavic 2.Indo-European 3.Greek 4.Celtic

Weegy: 2. Indo European Family
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User: what is Breton

User: a piece of land almost surrounded by water

User: Scandinavian

Weegy: candinavian refers to a resident of or something associated with Scandinavia, including: Scandinavians, a Nordic ethnic group Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), an aviation corporation Scandinavian Defense, a chess opening Scandinavian design, [ a design movement of the 1950s Scandinavian folklore Scandinavian Gold Cup, an international sailing competition established in 1919 History of Scandinavia Scandinavian languages, a common alternative term for North Germanic languages Scandinavian literature, literature in the language of the Nordic Countries Scandinavian Mountains, a mountain range on the Scandinavian peninsula Scandinavian mythology Scandinavian Peninsula, a geographic region of northern Europe Scandinavian flick, a driving technique claimed to be originating from Scandinavian drivers in the 1960s. ]
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User: is Breton the Celtic language spoken originally in the Irish areas of the British Isles

Weegy: Celtic languages are now only spoken by minorities
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