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About Cambodian Language

Khmer or Cambodian is the official language of Cambodia and is spoken by approximately 16 million Khmer people. It is considered to have been largely influenced by Sanskrit and Pali, especially in the royal and religious registers and through Hinduism and Buddhism. Due to long-term cultural contact and geographical proximity, Cambodian shares some similarities with its neighboring countries’ languages, namely Thai, Lao and Vietnamese.

Cambodian French

Cambodia had been under the influence of French colonialism starting from 1887 when it was incorporated into French Indochina. This led to French becoming another government language besides Cambodian and also becoming the language for higher education and upper class. Although French’s importance has reduced considerably after Cambodian independence and the Khmer Rouge’s rule, French is still being adopted as a diplomatic language of Cambodia and continues to be studied by many Cambodian students every year.

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