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Language is the Medium by which we express our thoughts, and for this, we use vocal sounds. This is a group of words and sentences that are pronounced by the language of our mind's thoughts. All the sounds of a language make up the concept of a complete language. Language is the way with the people of any society or country share their emotion and thoughts with each other.

At this time, thousands of other languages are spoken in the whole world, which are generally not understood by other people except their speakers. The language of your society or country is well known because people have been used since childhood, but the language of other countries or societies is not well-received.

Knowledgeers of linguistics have established different branches of each of the languages of Arya, Semitic, Hemetic etc. and have created many class subclasses of those branches and have kept big languages and their provincial distinctions, sub-languages in them.

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The simplified Chinese is one of two writings of characters for transcribing Chinese languages. This language used People of Republic of China and Singapore. They are opposed to traditional sinograms, used in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. The Mandarin (entire branch) is a class of Chinese languages spoken in the north and southwest of the mainland. Considered as a language, it has the largest number of speakers in the world. Although it is now taught to all Chinese, some older Chinese do not speak Mandarin but other Chinese languages, such as Cantonese. Chinese or Chinese language is a collective name for a group of languages that together form the Sinite branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. Usually Chinese is understood to mean standard mandarin, the official language of the People's Republic of China, Taiwan, and one of the official languages of Singapore.

As a language, it is the largest number of people in the world using this, one-fifth of the world's population as a native language.

Spanish is one of the most spoken language ​​in the world. About 40 million people speak Spanish as a native language. Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world after Mandarin and English. The most popular second language to be learned by native speakers in America is Spanish.
English is considered as the world's first international language. This is the main official language of many countries of the world. Today in many countries, English is the main language in science, computer, literature, politics and higher education.
Hindi is a major language of the world and the official language of India. Hindi will also be the main language which will be the language of international importance at the time of the global level.
Arabic language is a language of the Sami language family. Arabic language is different from the languages ​​of the Indian European family, even from Persian. Arabic language is written in Arabic script. It is written from right to left.
The Portuguese language is a European language. It is basically the language of Portugal and it is the majority language in many of its former colonies, such as Brazil.
Bengali language originally developed from the eastern dialect of the Indo-Aryan language called Pracya and this dialect was used by Buddhists in India at that time (circa 700 BC). Then Pracya developed again into the language of Magadha (between 300-500 AD). This Magadha language then changes again in the form of Apabhransa which means to deviate (Chatterjee, 1926). But according to H. Jacobi, Apabhransa began to exist since the 6th century AD and lasted between 600-1000 AD.
Sanskrit is one of the oldest known Indo-European languages and its history is among the longest. Sanskrit is included in the Indo-Arya branch of the Indo-European language family. Together with the Iranian language, Sanskrit includes the Indo-Iranian language family and is hereby part of the Satem Indo-European languages, which also includes the Balto-Slavic branch.

9. Russian - Русский

It is the most spoken among the Slavic languages, and the seventh among all the languages of the world (by number of native speakers), being the fourth most spoken language in the world taking into account the total speakers.

10. Japanese - 日本語, 日本語

11. Punjabi - पंजाबी, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, or پنجابی

12. German - Deutsch

13. Javanese - ꦧꦱꦗꦮ

14. Malay - بهاس ملايو or Bahasa Melayu

15. Telugu - తెలుగు

16. Vietnamese - Tiếng Việt Nam

17. Korean - 조선말, 한국어

18. French - Français

Marathi has a long literary tradition. It is the main language of the state of Maharashtra. After splitting from other languages of his group, presumably about 1000 years ago, Marathi became an independent language.

20. Tamil - தமிழ்

21. Urdu - اُردُو

22. Turkish - Türkçe

The Uzbek language or in the original language, called O'zbek Tili, is a subsidiary of Turkish languages ​​with around 20 million speakers. More precisely in the sub-group of Chagatay languages which included Uighurs and Mogoli. This language is spread in various regions of Central Asia, especially in Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and China.

24. Sindhi - سنڌي

The Amharic is a language spoken in northern and central Ethiopia, where it is the official national language, a descendant of the extinct ancient language Ge'ez a south-western Semitic language. It takes its name from the ethnic group of the Amara, traditionally inhabitants of the north and center of Ethiopia. Not only will he love them, but the entire educated Ethiopian population dominates this language.

26. Oromo

Oromo is an Afro-Asiatic language and the most widely used Cushitic language. Oromo is sometimes referred to as a group of closely related languages, but its speakers call it a language. It is spoken by 24 to 25 million Oromo and neighboring nationalities in Ethiopia and Kenya. At least 99% of Oromo spokespersons live in Ethiopia, most of them in Oromia (Oromiyaa), most in Kenya, but there are also about 42,000 speakers in Somalia. In Ethiopia, it is the language with the largest number of native speakers (31.6%) and the fifth largest in Africa.
Azerbaijani is spoken by residents of Azerbaijan, and 25% of the population of Iran. In Iran, the Azeri language is the mother tongue of the residents of the provinces of Azerbaijan-e-Gharbi, Azerbaijan-e-Sharqi, Ardabil and Zanjan, Iran.
The beginnings of the written language can be traced back to the ninth century, when the old Church Slavic was adopted as a liturgical language. Later it began to be used for secular purposes and came to be known as the Croatian version of the old Slavic.
Malagasy belongs to the group of Bornean languages which in turn belongs to the Austronesian family. The language most similar to Malagasy is the Ma'anyan, spoken in southern Borneo.

30. Somali - اللغة الصومالية, Af-Soomaali

This language is spoken not only in Somalia, but also in countries such as Djibouti, Ethiopia and Kenya. Because of the civil war in Somalia, native speakers spread throughout the world. The exact number of Somali speakers is unknown, but is estimated at approximately 15-25 million people.

31. Marwari

Marwari is a regional language spoken in Rajasthan. It is one of the main languages of Rajasthan. Marwari is also spoken in Gujarat, Haryana and East Pakistan. Its main script is Devanagari. It also has several sub-bids. There has been a lot of talk about the development of this language since the last 40-50 years, but there has been no special progress in the case of work.

32. Greek - Ελληνικά

33. Apache - Ndéé

34. Chewa - Nyanja

35. Ajië - A’jie, Ajië, Houailou, Wai, Wailu

36. Deccan

37. Hiri Motu - Hiri Motu

38. Akan - Akan, Fante, Twi

39. Frisian (Saterland) - Seeltersk

40. Kazakh - Қазақ Tілі

41. Irish - Gaeilge

42. Sylheti - ছিলটী, সিলেটী

43. Michoacán Nahuatl - Pómaro Nahuatl

44. Zulu - Zulu

45. Sardinian - Sardu

46. Czech - Český Jazyk, Čeština

47. Meitei - মনিপুরি, মৈতৈলোল্, মৈতৈলোন্, মৈথৈ

48. Kinyarwanda - Ikinyarwanda or Runyarwanda

49. Haida - Xaat Kíl

50. Dhundhari

51. Mandarin - 國語

52. Haitian Creole - Kreyòl Ayisyen

53. Makassarese - Basa Mangkasara', ᨅᨔ ᨆᨀᨔᨑ

54. Ilocano - Iloko, Pagsasao nga Iloko

55. Chipewyan - ᑌᓀᓲᒢᕄᓀ, Dene Suline, Dëne Sųłiné

56. Quechuan - Runasimi

57. Ojibwe - ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᒧᐎᓐ

58. Kirundi

59. Balinese - ᬩᬲᬩᬮᬶ

60. Swedish - Svenska

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