EngagingWorlds

Releasing Abraham's blessing through Scripture engagement.

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A gateway language is a language of wider communication through which second-language speakers of that language can gain access to content and translate it into their own language.

Currently, there are
44 known gateway languages. However, research is still going on to determine the complete number of gateway languages.
Americas, 3:
  • English (en)
  • Portuguese (pt-BR)
  • Spanish (es-419)
Africa, 6:
  • Amharic (am)
  • French (fr)
  • Fulfulde (ff)
  • Hausa (ha)
  • Malagasy Plateau (plt)
  • Swahili (sw)
Asia, 10:
  • Burmese (my)
  • Cebuano (ceb)
  • Ilocano (ilo)
  • Khmer (kh)
  • Laotian (lo)
  • Malaysian (ms)
  • Mandarin (zh)
  • Tagalog (tl)
  • Thai (th)
  • Vietnamese (vi)
Pacific, 4:
  • Bislama (bi)
  • Indonesian (id)
  • Papuan Malay (pmy)
  • Tok Pisin (tpi)

Eurasia, 7:
  • Arabic (ar)
  • Hungarian (hu)
  • Pashto (ps)
  • Persian (fa)
  • Russian (ru)
  • Serbo-Croatian (scr)
  • Urdu (ur)
South Asia, 14:
  • Assamese (as)
  • Bengali (bn)
  • Gujarati (gu)
  • Hindi (hi)
  • Kannada (kn)
  • Malayalam (ml)
  • Marathi (mr)
  • Nagamese (nag)
  • Nepali (ne)
  • Oriya (or)
  • Punjabi (pa)
  • Tamil (ta)
  • Telugu (te)
  • Urdu, Devanagari script (ur-Deva)