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27 November, 21:27

Which of the following inferences can be drawn from this map? Most countries speak only one main language. The English language is the primary language of Europe. Less than half of the population speaks English in Southern Europe. The use of the English language is declining across Europe.

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  1. 27 November, 22:39
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    From the given options, the only inference that is correct about the map is that less than half of the population speaks English in Southern Europe.

    Answer: Option C

    Explanation:

    The map refers to the region of Southern Europe and shows the distribution of the English speaking population across the region. The map does not dispense any data that can be used to conclude that the English language is the primary language of Europe.

    Neither does it explain that the use of the English language is declining anywhere in the region but there is no comparison mentioned in the map.
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