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For what languages is #other-general for, dude? By doIneedtodothis on 1st August 2020 11:11:13 PM

You may be asking me, what languages have their place in #other-general? Well, the answer is simple: All the languages that don't have their place in #other-general wow that didn't help idiot. Okay, here is a list of families, subfamilies and languages that are NOT part of #other-general because they already have channels:

  • Germanic languages 
  • Romance languages 
  • Celtic languages 
  • Turkic languages 
  • Balto-Slavic languages 
  • Uralic languages 
  • Indo-Iranian languages 
  • Austronesian languages 
  • Afro-Asiatic languages 
  • Sino-Tibetan languages 
  • Isolate languages 
  • Constructed languages 
  • Ancient languages

some languages are listed under the "Other Languages" category but already have their own channel, these include: 

  • African languages 
  • Amerindian languages (Indigenous languages of the Americas) 
  • Creoles 
  • Sign Languages 
  • Greek  
  • Mongolian 
  • Vietnamese 


and what isn't on these lists, goes! 

you can check to what category a language belongs by looking them up online, for example on Wikipedia 

have fun! 

01.08.2020, 20:00 UTC

-Abrogans

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