Lithuanian and Korean as Minority Language
In Lithuanian and Korean speaking countries you will get the countries which have Lithuanian and Korean as minority language. The language which is spoken by minority of population in the country is called as minority language.
- Lithuanian as minority language: Poland.
- Korean as minority language: Japan, People's Republic of China, Russia, United States of America.
If you want to compare Lithuanian and Korean dialects, then you can go to Lithuanian vs Korean Dialects. Some of the official languages are also considered as minority languages.
Lithuanian and Korean Regulators
Lithuanian and Korean speaking countries provide you Lithuanian and Korean regulators which are the official organizations that regulate them. Commission of the Lithuanian Language regulates Lithuanian language.Korean is regulated by The National Institute of the Korean Language. Also get to learn, Lithuanian and Korean Language History.
Lithuanian and Korean Continents
Thinking about Lithuanian and Korean continents in which Lithuanian and Korean speaking countries are present. Check out more information on Lithuanian and Korean. Most of the Lithuanian speaking countries lie in Europe. While Korean 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 Lithuanian and Korean languages:
Lithuanian Interesting Facts:
- Lithuanian has many loanwords that originate from Slavic, Germanic and other Baltic languages.
- "Catheciusmus" is the oldest known book in Lithuanian language in 1547.
Korean Interesting Facts:
- Korean has borrowed words from English and Chinese.
- Korean has two counting systems. First, is based on Chinese characters and numbers are similar to Chinese numbers, and second counting system is from words unique to Korea.
The Lithuanian language was derived from Not Available and is similar to Latvian whereas Lithuanian language is similar to Chinese and Japanese languages and derived from Not Available.