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MIME: THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE?
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While the art of Mime may be culturally universal, the words Mime and Pantomime can be found in many different forms among the world's languages. Take a look below to see how Mime is spoken around the world.


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Mime   Pantomime
   
Select a language
to translate
Mime or Pantomime,
then click "Translate"
 
Croatian Italian   Bulgarian   Icelandic
Czech Japanese   Croatian   Polish
English Polish   Czech   Portuguese (European)
Finnish Portuguese (European)   Dutch   Portuguese (Brazilian)
French Portuguese (Brazilian)   English   Russian
German Russian   Esperanto   Serbian
Hungarian Slovenian   French   Slovenian
Icelandic Spanish The translation will
appear in this area
 
  German   Spanish
      Hungarian   Swedish


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