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About 90 Million… 70 Million in Iran and 20 Million Persians all over the world. This figure is consisting of only Persians worldwide. The number is much higher if you also count the people from other Persian speaking countries. Like: Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
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Number of Spanish Speaking People Spanish is spoken as a first language by about 330 million people and as a second language by perhaps another 50 mil…lion. Adios!
German is spoken in 40 countries. There are an estimated 100 million native German speakers. When those who speak it as a second language are included, the total becomes… 180 million people.
Native: 210 million Total: 230 million It's the sixth most spoken language in the world
About 130 million people as a first language, 200 million as a first or second language.
As their first language, according to the World Almanac - 145 million, another source - 160 million. This number reflects the population of Russia. The majority of peo…ple in the former USSR speak Russian - around 285 million. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_language
In 2005, about 500 million people worldwide spoke French as a first, second, or other language.
130 million people speak Japanese
Sign language is not universal. There are hundreds of different sign languages. Many different countries have their own sign languages, with linguistic conventions and gesture…-meaning vocabularies that vary from other nations' sign languages. Some examples of sign languages are American Sign Language (ASL - 500,000 to 2,000,000 signers in the United States in addition to others abroad), British Sign Language (BSL - over 50,000 first-language signers), French Sign Language (LSF - 80,000 to 300,000 signers), and International Sign Language (also known as International Sign Pidgin, Gestuno, or ISL). Some nations even have multiple sign languages. For example, in Japan, there are three main sign languages: Japanese Sign Language, JSL, which is generally used by native speakers and involves mouthing syllables in addition to finger spelling; Pidgin Signed Japanese, which is used between generally non-native speakers with native speakers, and Manually Signed Japanese, which translates the written form of Japanese into gestures. As one can observe from the statistics above, the number of people who sign using even a nation's own sign language is hard to determine accurately. Statistics for many areas of the world are unavailable. Thus it is hard to definitively say for the world, or even a nation, how many people use a sign language. However, one can infer from the statistics for the individual nations above a general sense of how many sign language users there are in the world. However, these numbers should not be seen as accurate and representative of the proportion of sign language users to total population world-wide, only as a rough estimate. According to Wycliffe Translation Organization- they stated that there are over 400 forms of sign language across the globe. And many of them are not very well known. They can be similar to ASL or oral sign language.
As of 2011, Dutch is a first language for about 23 million people. Another 5 million Speak Dutch as a second language.
While it is hard to pinpoint an exact figure of the number of people who speak Mandarin in the world, it is the most popular spoken language in the world's most populous c…ountry, China. Mandarin in some form is spoken by about 960 million people there alone.
9 million people speak bulgarian i know cos i just got it right in a quiz:):):):D
The Wikipedia article estimates 3 million native speakers, that is presumably, speakers who have acquired the language from their parents, plus a further 7 million who u…nderstand Low German. These figures are for Europe. The Low German-speaking communities outside Europe are very small.
People speak Persian (also known as Farsi) in Iran.
its is unknown, but its somewhere around 50 million
People in Kazakhstan speak Kazakh, a turkic language.
There are 211 million speakers of Bengali in the world, and it is the 7th most spoken language in the world. In Bangladesh, a country of 120 million, almost everyone speaks B…engali.