What language did Anne Frank speech?

What language did Anne Frank speech?

The language that Anne Frank spoke most at her home was Dutch. She was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and her family left for the Netherlands when she was around 4 years old. This means she had spoken mostly German early in her life. Yet, learned and spoke mainly Dutch in later years.

How many languages did Anne Frank translate?

70 languages
Since then, Anne Frank’s diary has been translated into more than 70 languages.

What languages did Margot Frank speak?

Margot Frank spoke Dutch but was studying Latin while in hiding.

Did Margot Frank die?

1945
Margot Frank/Date of death

How many languages did Anne Frank speak in her life?

Not speaking Dutch + a second (probably English) meant something is wrong. Some normal people who aren’t bragging about how many languages they speak, really spoke 6. I’d be interested how many she was fluent in. I can’t recall her talking about speaking Yiddish in the book, she was, however, fluent in German, Dutch and English.

Why did Anne Frank have to learn Dutch to hide?

Anne Frank could hide only because she and her family learnt Dutch. The family had to be able to speak that in order to ask the company where Otto worked – called Opekta – for help in supplying them with food and water during their hiding.

What did Anne Frank write in her diary?

Well, she wrote her diary in Dutch, and I remember her saying that it was “forbidden” to speak German in the place she was hidden, and they all should speak Dutch (or at least that’s what she wanted them to do). But I read it a long time ago, so I may be mistaken.

What kind of language did the Salian Franks speak?

After the Salian Franks settled in Roman Gaul, its speakers in Picardy and Île-de-France were outnumbered by the local populace who spoke Proto-Romance dialects, e.g. Old French. However, a number of modern French words and place names, including the country name “France”, have a Frankish (i.e. Germanic) origin.