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What is the Language of Goa, is English easily understood?

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Answer #1 | 27/03 2007 23:26
Its Goan and yes English is easily understood.
Answer #2 | 27/03 2007 23:30
Goans proudly speak Konkani, it is Goa's official language and Goans had to go through a lot to obtain this status. There is a lot of variation in the way it is spoken among different communities and locations in Goa, this is partly due to history. It now has a script and is called "Devanagiri" script as it is common with Hindi. English is widely spoken and understood with an accent variation depending on the educational background of the speaker and the area of origin.
Answer #3 | 27/03 2007 23:30
local languages such as goan, konkani are there but still u can manage with, hindi, english, and even with other foreing languages such as french, portuguese.
Answer #4 | 27/03 2007 23:28
hindi and Portuguese.and yes English is very common
Answer #5 | 28/03 2007 00:05
Konkani, english, marathi etc. & yes !!!!!!!! english is easily understood there.
Answer #6 | 28/03 2007 00:33
Theeir native laug is KONKANI. but they talk good english.
Answer #7 | 29/03 2007 06:06
The local language is Konkani. Marathi and Hindi are easily understood by most people. English would be understood except in small towns.
Answer #8 | 29/03 2007 05:14
Konkani- yes
Answer #9 | 28/03 2007 10:45
Portuguese konkani and english
Answer #10 | 28/03 2007 05:54
32. What is the Language of Goa, is English easily understood ...? Goans proudly speak Konkani, it is Goa's official language and Goans had to go through a lot to obtain this status. There is a lot of variation in the way it is spoken among different communities and locations in Goa, this is partly due to history. It now has a script and is called "Devanagiri" script as it is common with Hindi. English is widely spoken and understood with an accent variation depending on the educational background of the speaker and the area of origin. http://www.goacentral.com/Goatravel/faq.htm#q29

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