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Source Core Rulebook pg. 65 4.0
Your ancestry entry states which languages you know at 1st level. Typically, this means you can both speak and read these languages. Having a positive Intelligence modifier grants a number of additional languages equal to your Intelligence modifier. You can choose these languages from the list presented in your character's ancestry entry and from those available from your region or ethnicity. Ask your GM if there's a language you want to select that isn't on these lists. If your Intelligence changes later on, you adjust your number of languages accordingly.

The languages presented here are grouped according to how common they are throughout the Inner Sea region. Languages that are common are regularly encountered in most places, even among those who aren't native speakers. Languages that are uncommon (see Table 2–2 and Regional Languages) are most frequently spoken by native speakers, but they are also spoken by certain scholars and others interested in the associated cultures.

Druidic is a secret language, and is available only to characters who are druids. In fact, druids are prohibited from teaching the language to non-druids (described further in Anathema).

It is possible for your character to learn languages later in their adventuring career. Selecting the Multilingual feat, for example, grants a character two new languages chosen from those listed in Table 2–1: Common Languages and Table 2–2: Uncommon Languages. Other abilities and effects might grant access to common or uncommon languages, as detailed in their descriptions.

Common Languages

PFS StandardCommon, PFS StandardDraconic, PFS StandardDwarven, PFS StandardElven, PFS StandardGnomish, PFS StandardGoblin, PFS StandardHalfling, PFS StandardJotun, PFS StandardOrcish, PFS StandardSylvan, PFS StandardUndercommon

Uncommon Languages

PFS StandardAbyssal, Adlet, PFS StandardAklo, PFS StandardAlghollthu, PFS StandardAmurrun, Anadi, Anugobu, PFS StandardAquan, PFS StandardArboreal, PFS StandardAuran, PFS StandardAzlanti, PFS StandardBoggard, Calda, PFS StandardCaligni, PFS StandardCelestial, PFS StandardCyclops, PFS StandardDaemonic, Destrachan, D'ziriak, Ekujae, PFS StandardErutaki, PFS StandardGarundi, Girtablilu, PFS StandardGnoll, Grippli, PFS StandardHallit, PFS StandardIgnan, PFS StandardInfernal, PFS StandardIruxi, Jistkan, Jyoti, PFS StandardKelish, Kibwani, Kitsune, Lirgeni, PFS StandardMwangi, Mzunu, Nagaji, PFS StandardNecril, Ocotan, PFS StandardOsiriani, PFS StandardProtean, PFS StandardRequian, PFS StandardShadowtongue, PFS StandardShoanti, Shoony, PFS StandardSkald, PFS StandardSphinx, Strix, PFS StandardTengu, PFS StandardTerran, PFS StandardThassilonian, PFS StandardTien, PFS StandardUtopian, PFS StandardVarisian, PFS StandardVarki, PFS StandardVudrani, Xanmba, PFS StandardYsoki

Rare Languages

Akitonian, Ancient Osiriani, PFS StandardAndroffan, Arcadian, Drooni, Formian, Goloma, Grioth, PFS StandardHwan, Ikeshti, Jistka , PFS StandardKashrishi, Kovintal, Mi-Go, Minatan, Munavri, PFS StandardOkaiyan, Rasu, Ratajin, Samsaran, Sasquatch, Senzar, Shae, Shisk, Shobhad, Vanara, PFS StandardVishkanya, Vishkanyan, Wayang, Wyrwood, Yithian

Secret Languages

PFS StandardDruidic