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  • 08 Oct 2018
    When you’re thinking to learn a new language, it might be ideal if you first think of the most spoken languages in the world. It will help you effectively determine what language you should get a grip to boost your value on the job market. However, learning a foreign language will also help your brain development in some unexpected ways. It has been proven that our personality changes when we speak in a foreign language, but also our brain connections. However, the most spoken languages in the world might surprise you, but for more on this topic, keep reading below.   Chinese The numbers of the speakers of this language vary widely, and it would ideal to keep in mind that the “Chinese” language sums up different dialects as well. This is a name given to a family of dialect and sub-dialects. The statistics available at Ethnologue claim that the number of Chinese native speakers reaches somewhere around 1.2 billion. Out of those, a million speak Mandarin. However, nobody can doubt the fact that this is one of the most spoken languages in the world. The main reason why this language is the most spoken in the world is due to a large number of citizens in the area. Recent statistics claim that China has today almost 1.4 billion inhabitants and citizens. The second most important reason why Chinese is growing in the number of speakers that the country is on a continuous development, socially and economically. Being a business hotspot, more and more foreigners choose this language as their second language. Spanish If we only count the native speakers, Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world. Today, more than 400 million people are Spanish native-speakers. As we all know it, Spanish is a language spoken on a couple of continents. This is a relatively easy to learn language. Of course, there are several dialects included in this language, maybe the most notorious one being the Catalan. Since the Spanish reach South America, the language known a rapid development. This way, you will hear Spanish in Europe, South America, and of course, the United States. English Since you’re already here, reading this article, then you might want to know that you’re one of the 360 million that speak this language as a first language. Or, of course, you may be one of those half billion people who speak it as a second language. Whatever you are, you can be sure that you can get around and freely move in every corner of the world, only because you speak this language. And chances are, you will certainly encounter somebody in your travels that also speaks it. This is a widely-spoken language because of economic relations developed between countries and states, speaking different languages. At some point, it has been established that English will be used as a common language by business persons, to understand each other easier. The ease at which English can be picked up by people of different nationalities makes it the preferred language in business and international relations as well. While you may not be able to learn English all by yourself, it is possible to learn it with some English lessons by Skype with a native teacher. Learning English means for many citizens of developing countries an opportunity to a better life. So, if you want to find a better job or move to another country, why not learn this universally-spoken language? Hindi In India, you will find more than 20 official languages. Out of those, the most spoken is Hindi/Urdu. The fact if this is a single language, commonly known as Hindustani, or two different dialects is still debated by linguists all over the world. Hindi is mainly spoken in some parts of Pakistan, as well as Northern India. It is also the official language used in public organizations and bodies, as well as in the educational process. Arabic According to some recent data, the native speakers of Arabic languages reach almost 250 million. However, we’re discussing dialects as well, in this data. While the written Arabic languages and dialects look fairly similar, the spoken ones vary widely. However, a Morocco and Oman locals might still be able to understand each other in the communication process. On the other hand, this matter sparked plenty of debates if the two are the same language. They certainly are different dialects of Arabic origin. Portuguese Thanks to its colonial past, Portuguese is one of the most spoken languages of today’s era. Since the 15th century, when Portuguese travellers and conquerors started to travel the world, searching for new opportunities, more and more people started to get a hold of this rather complicated language. Today, the language is spoken by way over 200 million people all around the world. These speakers are split between Brazil, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Portugal, Moa, Angola and several other regions in the world. Bengali For many, this is a surprise entry in this top. Although not many expected to see Bengali here, the language is spoken today by more than 170 million. Of course, there are multiple dialects spoken and many are only specific to certain areas of the East Bengal or Bangladesh. Russian Russian is becoming an increasingly popular language in communities all over the world. The language is spoken today by almost 170 million. One of the beloved languages by all reading and literature enthusiasts is also very difficult to get a hold of. Japanese Japanese is becoming increasingly popular. Being a business and tech development hot spot, more and more foreigners become interested in learning this language. Around the world, almost 130 million speak this language today. These are some of the most spoken languages around the world. If you want to learn one of the above, make sure that you find specialised services, offered by native speakers. These are the most reliable and you will learn your language of choice in a matter of months!    
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  • When you’re thinking to learn a new language, it might be ideal if you first think of the most spoken languages in the world. It will help you effectively determine what language you should get a grip to boost your value on the job market. However, learning a foreign language will also help your brain development in some unexpected ways. It has been proven that our personality changes when we speak in a foreign language, but also our brain connections. However, the most spoken languages in the world might surprise you, but for more on this topic, keep reading below.   Chinese The numbers of the speakers of this language vary widely, and it would ideal to keep in mind that the “Chinese” language sums up different dialects as well. This is a name given to a family of dialect and sub-dialects. The statistics available at Ethnologue claim that the number of Chinese native speakers reaches somewhere around 1.2 billion. Out of those, a million speak Mandarin. However, nobody can doubt the fact that this is one of the most spoken languages in the world. The main reason why this language is the most spoken in the world is due to a large number of citizens in the area. Recent statistics claim that China has today almost 1.4 billion inhabitants and citizens. The second most important reason why Chinese is growing in the number of speakers that the country is on a continuous development, socially and economically. Being a business hotspot, more and more foreigners choose this language as their second language. Spanish If we only count the native speakers, Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world. Today, more than 400 million people are Spanish native-speakers. As we all know it, Spanish is a language spoken on a couple of continents. This is a relatively easy to learn language. Of course, there are several dialects included in this language, maybe the most notorious one being the Catalan. Since the Spanish reach South America, the language known a rapid development. This way, you will hear Spanish in Europe, South America, and of course, the United States. English Since you’re already here, reading this article, then you might want to know that you’re one of the 360 million that speak this language as a first language. Or, of course, you may be one of those half billion people who speak it as a second language. Whatever you are, you can be sure that you can get around and freely move in every corner of the world, only because you speak this language. And chances are, you will certainly encounter somebody in your travels that also speaks it. This is a widely-spoken language because of economic relations developed between countries and states, speaking different languages. At some point, it has been established that English will be used as a common language by business persons, to understand each other easier. The ease at which English can be picked up by people of different nationalities makes it the preferred language in business and international relations as well. While you may not be able to learn English all by yourself, it is possible to learn it with some English lessons by Skype with a native teacher. Learning English means for many citizens of developing countries an opportunity to a better life. So, if you want to find a better job or move to another country, why not learn this universally-spoken language? Hindi In India, you will find more than 20 official languages. Out of those, the most spoken is Hindi/Urdu. The fact if this is a single language, commonly known as Hindustani, or two different dialects is still debated by linguists all over the world. Hindi is mainly spoken in some parts of Pakistan, as well as Northern India. It is also the official language used in public organizations and bodies, as well as in the educational process. Arabic According to some recent data, the native speakers of Arabic languages reach almost 250 million. However, we’re discussing dialects as well, in this data. While the written Arabic languages and dialects look fairly similar, the spoken ones vary widely. However, a Morocco and Oman locals might still be able to understand each other in the communication process. On the other hand, this matter sparked plenty of debates if the two are the same language. They certainly are different dialects of Arabic origin. Portuguese Thanks to its colonial past, Portuguese is one of the most spoken languages of today’s era. Since the 15th century, when Portuguese travellers and conquerors started to travel the world, searching for new opportunities, more and more people started to get a hold of this rather complicated language. Today, the language is spoken by way over 200 million people all around the world. These speakers are split between Brazil, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Portugal, Moa, Angola and several other regions in the world. Bengali For many, this is a surprise entry in this top. Although not many expected to see Bengali here, the language is spoken today by more than 170 million. Of course, there are multiple dialects spoken and many are only specific to certain areas of the East Bengal or Bangladesh. Russian Russian is becoming an increasingly popular language in communities all over the world. The language is spoken today by almost 170 million. One of the beloved languages by all reading and literature enthusiasts is also very difficult to get a hold of. Japanese Japanese is becoming increasingly popular. Being a business and tech development hot spot, more and more foreigners become interested in learning this language. Around the world, almost 130 million speak this language today. These are some of the most spoken languages around the world. If you want to learn one of the above, make sure that you find specialised services, offered by native speakers. These are the most reliable and you will learn your language of choice in a matter of months!    
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