Burmese is actually a really cool language to speak although I don’t know how to speak it, but it’s just cool how many people actually speak that language 32 million people speak Burmese language very common in Malaysia. It’s really a cool language to speak I wanna try to speak Burmese ,but it will be weird. It’s crazy how everyone speaks a different language the only reason we all speak different languages so we can all be different. Burmese language is a really popular language in myanmar 32 million people speak Burmese ,but it is mixed with Puli and some other languages. Three countries speak Burmese like Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand and thats all of them. They have good food there like Burmese fish curry, and Pumpkin, rice and bean and many many more. In Burma they have a lot of reptiles like crocodiles, pythons, cobras, and geckos. They have 27 different species of turtles and they have peasants, parrots, widespread paddy birds. They have a lot of things ,but there’s swamps, creeks and so much more ,but many people speak Burmese in a second language ,and did you know that Chinese, Tibetan is related to Burmese in some kind of way. Burmese is usually always used in Burma and Malaysia so some words in Burmese are, Sheep means “ewe” and young sheep means “tho-galay” and meat of sheep means “tho-tha” and lamb means “mutton”. There are still 32 million primary speakers of the Burmese language. The Burmese language has even moved to Sri lanka and got in contact with India. Burmese is a really cool language ,because its a language with symbols its like very very unique. Burma’s trade is $438 million that’s pretty good actually, but in 2012 it quadrupled ,because it was $194 million that’s not a bunch, but the top U.S exports are like soybeans, aircraft, machinery, and medical equipment. Burma is located in southeastern Asia. Burma is bordered by the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, Bangladesh and India to the north, China, Thailand, and Laos to the east (https://geology.com/world/burma-satellite-image.shtml). Burma’s environmental issues are in southeastern Asia, has industrial pollution of air, soil, and water. There is inadequate sanitation and water treatment, which contributes to disease. Another environmental issue for Burma is deforestation (https://geology.com/world/burma-satellite-image.shtml). Burmese is a very common language ,because 32 million speak the language. That would be cool if some people in texas could speak Burmese. Burmese has a lot of really cool food like Mohinga that’s like rice in a fish based with noodles, there’s Burmese Biryani and once again that’s a piece of chicken and rice and vegetables covering the meat, than Rice and Burmese Curry if you don’t already know by now it has rice in it and with Burmese curry, then the Deep Fried Stuffed Tofu that just has tofu and vegetables in it, Sticky Rice with Coconut that has rice and shredded coconut smashed together to for a patty, and Green Tea Salad sounds gross, but it has peanuts, tomatoes, and sesame seeds, and Jalapenos. There food sounds kinda good if you ask me so if I could go visit Burmese I would be able to live but I would be so lonely, because i would not be able to speak their language that would be so hard, because it would take a lot of time to learn how to even speak a few words. I know how to speak very little like “Ewe” means Young sheep and “Thotha” means Meat of the sheep. So I could order lamb, because that’s mostly all I know. In Burmese their population is 52.89 million in the year 2016. The GDP per capita is 1,275.02 USD in 2016. Thats a lot of people that live in Burma, it’s so surprising how much people live there. The life expectancy is 66.04 years and the fertility rate is 5.18 births per woman, 54 million of which 90% profess Theravada Buddhism. Throughout history, Burmese has been in contact with speakers of other languages such as Pali and Mon, the earliest groups to occupy Burma in the 12th-13th centuries, and later with European languages such as Portuguese, Dutch, English and French in the 16th-19th centuries. These languages have all influenced the spoken, but not on the written form of Burmese. As a result, modern colloquial Burmese used in everyday conversations differs significantly from the formal written form of the language used in textbooks, formal writing, newspapers, fiction, and expository prose. The written language retains many Pali words and syntactic structures no longer found in the spoken language (http://aboutworldlanguages.com/burmese). Burmese is written with a syllabic script. Its basic unit is a consonant-based syllable with an inherent /a/ vowel which is suppressed by a circular stroke above the character. It is written horizontally from left to right and its basic set of symbols consists of 33 consonants and 14 vowels. Symbols for vowels may be written before, above, below, or to the right of the letter representing an initial consonant. The combinations of consonants and diacritic vowels are often represented by special ligatures. Although Burmese is a tonal language, tones are usually not marked but implied by the vowels. Spaces are used to separate phrases, not words: a single vertical bar marks a small break, a double vertical bar marks the end of a sentence.The Burmese alphabet consists almost entirely of circles or portions of circles used in various combinations, as can be seen in the sample below. It evolved at a time when letters were etched on palm leaves with a stylus, and. straight lines would have torn the leaves. Because of its rounded appearance, the script resembles the Indic scripts. There is no standardized system for Romanizing Burmese, despite several attempts dating back to the British colonial regime.