This article ranks human languages by their number of native speakers. However
, all such rankings should be used with caution. First, it is difficult to define the
difference between a language and ...
May 17, 2016 ... See how many of these most common languages you can name before ... this list
is composed of native speakers — so people who learned Mandarin in ...
Portuguese speakers worldwide, nearly 150 million of them speak ...
Chinese, Mandarin [cmn], China, 14, 897. Chinese, Min Bei [mnp], China, 2, 10.9.
Chinese, Min Dong [cdo], China, 6, 9.11. Chinese, Min Nan [nan], China, 11 ...
Jun 26, 2008 ... So many people have a working knowledge of Arabic, in fact, that in ... Speaking
Mandarin can be really tough, because each word can be ...
Languages let the people to express their views by just speaking or writing. ... If
we talk about the percentage total then, in the whole world population, 14.1%
people speak Mandarin. ... The fifth most spoken worldwide language is Arabic.
... There are many other languages too which covers the world population, such
Estimates of how many people speak a language are quite general and can vary
... The totals given for Chinese, Arabic, and French include more than one SIL ...
1500 million people worldwide speak English, of whom only 375 million are
native ... The most spoken languages worldwide (speakers and native speaker in
millions) ... EnglishChineseHindiSpanishFrenchArabicRussianPortuguese
Feb 23, 2015 ... It is estimated that 125 million people speak Japanese, most of whom ... The
written language developed from Chinese many hundreds of ... Approximately
220 million people are native Portuguese speakers worldwide, with ...
Languages of the world. A guide to which languages are most widely spoken,
hardest to learn and other revealing facts. Open/close. 1. How many languages ...
Jun 30, 2016 ... All rights reserved worldwide. Examples for interpretation of the data: - There are
277,125,947 Spanish speaking people using the Internet, this represents 7.7 ...
How many people can actually use the global language? ... that the six official
languages of the United Nations (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, ...