Statistics about languages spoken in New Zealand provide information on the number of people who speak more than one language, record which languages are spoken, and rank the most commonly spoken languages after English. The most commonly spoken languages after English are Māori, Samoan, French, Yue (Cantonese), and German.
Survey of English Language Providers (discontinued)
This annual release collected information on the expenditure of international students enrolled at English language schools, including expenditure on tuition and related expenses, and on accommodation. Data are available from March 1999 to March 2010.
Reports and articles
Concerning Language (2004)
This report investigates language retention for selected ethnic groups in New Zealand, using data from the 2001 Census of Population and Dwellings. The report examines the relationship between language retention and selected variables.
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