list of languages spoken in Switzerland:
| language || Language Code || Language status || Lang. Pop. (%) || Wiki Info |
|German ||de ||Official ||73% ||See link|
|French ||fr ||Official ||21% ||See link|
|Swiss German ||gsw ||De facto official ||12% ||See link|
|Italian ||it ||Official ||4.3% ||See link|
|Lombard ||lmo || ||4.1% ||See link|
|Romansh ||rm ||official regional ||0.5% ||See link|
|Sinte Romani ||rmo || ||0.3% ||See link|
|Walser ||wae || ||0.1% ||See link|
An official language is a language that is given a special legal status in a particular country.
An official regional language is a language that is given a special legal status in a particular region in the country.
De facto official Language is a language "in practice but not necessarily ordained by law".
According to the The Unicode Consortium the overall literacy rate (The ability to read and write) in Switzerland is 99%.
More information about languages spoken in Switzerland (see links):
Information links (Principal Languages, Immigrant Languages, Language Counts, etc.) about Languages spoken within Switzerland - See link
A complete Switzerland's languages summaries - See link
Map showing the locations of languages in Switzerland - See link