World Languages

Find most popular languages in the world, Chinese is most wide spoken language in the world and Spanish is next to Chinese and English is third most spoken language.

Spanish Language

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Spanish Language

Spanish also called Castilian is a Romance language that originated in Castile, a region in Spain. Approximately 406 million people speak Spanish as a native language, making it the second most spoken language by number of native speakers after Mandarin. It also has 60 million speakers as a second language,

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Russian Language

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Russian Language

The Russian language, one of the languages of Indo-European family, showed up due to the disintegration of the Indo-European our ancestral language. The Indo-European language disappeared some one thousand years ago, but left behind it new linguistic divisions, one of them being common Slavic.

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Mandarin Language

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Mandarin Language

Chinese civilization has persisted for centuries. Over that time, its existence has affected many other cultures in East Asia and Southern East Asia. Mandarin is one of several ‘languages’ of Chinese. Each dialect appears to be different, and some consider each language to be a unique language. Though, all dialects of Chinese

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French Language

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French Language

If you have ever been interested in studying more about the French language, then you will be happy to know that you won’t be tired. It is one of the most widely spoken ‘languages’ on the world and comes only second after British, as being commonly thought all over the world. This great language has a wealthy cultural history

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English Language

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English Language

There is the old English which use to be spoken from around 450-1100 AD. This way of English did not look and or sound like anything that is spoken these days. The capability to comprehend this is something that local English people speaking would have difficulties understanding. Terms such as “be” and “water” is resulting from the old English.

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