Love language chart!
Love language chart is an interactive language chart created by The Verge that displays the top 10 most commonly used words in the languages of Belize.
Belizean is one of the world’s most spoken languages.
While you might be able to say, “Thanks for listening,” you might not be able quite to translate it to Belizean.
“Belizeans are pretty good at using their own language and can use it to describe a wide variety of topics and experiences,” said Lianne D’Agostino, one of Belizans top linguists.
She also said the Belizeans language, like other languages around the world, has its own vocabulary and grammatical rules.
The site also offers a way to customize the chart, such as displaying each word individually or in a block, or adding a block to the end of the chart.
It’s one of those things that you have to see to believe, D’Abostino said.
She also mentioned that it’s easier to understand a word in a Belizeian context, so if you are looking for an answer to your question, it will look something like this: “I’m glad you are here because you’re doing something.”
The data also tells us that the language has a unique set of grammar rules, such that “sad” and “sick” are both verbs in Belizan, and “shameless” is a noun.
“There are many different ways to express a feeling, so it is important to remember that the feelings you are trying to express are universal and cannot be defined,” said D’Souza.
You might not see these emotions in Belayans language but they are very familiar to many Belizens, he said.
“In many ways Belize is the only place that you can experience the love of your life and it’s very rare to find this kind of love,” he said of his native country.
D’Soufas language chart has been created using the same data as The Verge language chart.
This chart shows how the most commonly spoken Belize words are used in the country.