What language did Myanmar speak?

Is English spoken in Myanmar?

Myanmar English is the register of the English language used in Myanmar, spoken as first or second language by an estimated 2.4 million people, about 5% of the population (1997).

Who made Burmese?

The Burmese language belongs to the Tibeto-Burman group of the Tibeto-Chinese family of languages, but, unlike Chinese, it is not ideographic. That is, it does not have characters which originated as pictures, but an alphabet, of eleven vowels and thirty-two consonants, derived from the Pahlavi script of South India.

Where is Chin spoken?

The speakers are largely concentrated in Chin State in western Burma and Mizoram in eastern India, with a small number of speakers in southeastern Bangladesh.

Hakha Chin language.

Hakha Chin
Native to Burma, India, Bangladesh
Ethnicity Chin
Native speakers (130,000 cited 1991–2001)
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