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Top 5 Most Spoken Languages In The World in 2017

Language is a ways to express your emotion or shear your feeling to other ,Its divides in to different different form in certain different different area .Language is a way to shear your information . One Question generate in our mind that how many languages there are in the world today . The answer was quite astounding, and proved that there are even more languages out there than we can imagine. Many of these languages, however, have very few remaining speakers. While many of the world’s endangered languages have increasingly less speakers, the world’s largest languages continuing growing. In fact, the difference is so great that the world’s most spoken language has over one billion speakers while some of the world’s least spoken languages are down to only a handful . 

The 5 Most Spoken Languages
                                                    this list is given according to the world’s most native speakers of any  languages . According to 2016 serve the most spoken language are 

1. Mandarin Chinese :
                                        Mandarin Chinese takes the cake as the world’s most spoken language based on its tremendous number of native speakers. As the standard official and literary form of Chinese based on the Beijing dialect and one of the official languages of the United Nations, mandarin is the second most popular online language, and it continues growing.It becoming first position in World with over 1,197,000,000 native speakers and growing number of non-native speakers . 

2. Spanish :
                     The prominence of Spanish in the Americas and Europe has led Spanish to becoming one of the world’s most spoken languages with over 414,000,000 native speakers and a growing number of non-native speakers. It is also one of the official languages of the United Nations. It’s an official, national, or widely spoken language in 44 countries, including the United States. Believe it or not, the United States has recently been cited as the second largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, after Mexico .

3. English :
                   The wide spread of English around the globe and its presence in some of the world’s most economically influential countries have given English its place as the world’s second most spoken language. It is the most used language on the internet and one of the United Nation’s official languages. It is interesting to note that the number of non-native English speakers nearly doubles the number of native English speakers, making it the world’s most learned and spoken foreign language. The number of native speakers in 2016 has actually decreased since 2007, while the number of non-native speakers continues increasing. 

4.  Hindi :
                 This is one of the most growing spoken language in world now a days .The standard and Sanskrit register of the Hindustani language known as Hindi is one of India’s official languages, and its large population of Indian speakers has led Hindi to becoming one of the world’s most spoken languages. According to linguistic standards, Hindi and Urdu are the same language; however, due to some key differences between their writing systems and vocabulary, they will be considered separate for the sake of this list. Over  260,000,000 native speaks and growing numbers of non-native speaker .

5. Arabic :
                While it is difficult to narrow down exactly how many Arabic speakers there are in the world today, it’s estimate that there are over 450,000,000 speakers total, 297,000,000 million of which are native speakers. As an official language of the United Nations and the liturgical language of over 1.6 billion Muslims, Arabic is without a doubt one of the world’s most spoken languages and has even contributed over 4,000 loan words to the Spanish language .

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