Languages are one of the main reasons for personal identification. They have shaped the differences between the population of each country, but not all the languages spoken by human beings have worked to identify differences only. The languages spoken around the world are European and Hindi, and in this article we learn about the tree of world languages in detail.
It is estimated that there are around five thousand to seven languages spoken in all countries and that the original mother tongue was the result of Hindi and European, the two most widespread languages, which produced nearly 440 new Slavic dialects.
All European languages, including English, French, Spanish and German, are the result of mixed languages with the mother tongue, as well as other spoken languages of the European-Indian dialect including Punjabi, Persian, Kurdish, Pashto, Russian and Ukrainian.
It is believed that the mother tongue was spoken by the inhabitants of the plains north of the Caspian Sea, where it is believed to be the origin of the Indo-European languages. Over time, many branches of the mother tongue spread through Eurasia, which developed and produced different cultures.
World Languages Tree
Linguistic researchers worked on the order of the world’s most widely distributed languages. A list of 10 languages, the most widely spoken in the world in terms of a number of speakers, was compiled for the world population:
Is the most widely spoken language spoken by 25% of the world’s population, over 1.8 billion people, the official language of many countries such as New Zealand, the United States, Australia, England, Zimbabwe, the Caribbean, Hong Kong, South Africa and Canada, as well as millions of people who use it as their second language.
The Chinese language comes second with an estimated 18.05%, or more than 1 billion people. China has the largest population in the world. The Chinese language is not alphabetical, it uses symbols. Each word has its own diagram. By.
Hindi is the third largest language in the world, with 11.51% of the world’s population, the official language of India and the Fiji Islands, as well as Nepal, South Africa, Mauritius, Yemen and Uganda, And even in the United States.
About 6.6% of the world’s population speaks Arabic, one of the oldest languages spoken by the Middle East, North Africa and all Arab countries. The number is increasing because it is the language of the Koran. In 1974, it was adopted as the sixth official language of the United Nations.
Spanish is ranked fifth and is spoken by 6.25% of the world’s population, which is Central America and South America, as well as Spain, Cuba and parts of the United States.
the Russian language
It is spoken by 3.95% of the world’s population and is present in the former Soviet republics, including Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and others. It is one of the official languages of the United Nations. It is widely spoken in Ukraine, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. Eurasia.
The Portuguese language
It is spoken by 3.26% of the world’s population, and its speakers are in Brazil, Portugal, Macao, Angola, Venezuela and Mozambique.
It is spoken by 3.19% of the world’s population and is considered one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. It is one of the Indian-Aryan languages, such as Hindi, Urdu, Sindhi and Sanskrit origin.
Was ranked ninth with 3.05% of the world’s population. It is used in 23 countries as the official language around the world. It is spoken as the language of:
German is the tenth-largest country with 2.77% of the world’s population. It belongs to the West Germanic languages and is one of the most common languages in the European Union.
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_ Parts of Belgium.