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What are the 10 least spoken languages in the world?
Inari Sami Uralic Finland 400 Skolt Sami Uralic Finland, Russia (Karelia) 400 Ingrian Uralic Russia (Ingria) 300 Washo Hokan United States (Washoe County, Nevada) 252 Comanche Uto-Aztecan United States (Oklahoma) 200 Livonian Uralic Latvia (Livonia) 150 Pite Sami Uralic Sweden, Norway 20 Ume Sami Uralic Sweden, Norway 20 Votic Uralic Russia ≥20 Ter Sami Uralic Russia (Murmansk Oblast) 10
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Latin, as this is a dead language. There are probably many other least spoken languages, but Latin is the most popular least spoken language. Answer: The above answer is c…ompletely false. Although latin is a dead language, MANY people speak it as a second language. The real answer is Ter Sami, originally spoken in the Kola peninsula of Russia, had only 2 speakers remain in 2010. It has no official writing system.
1) Mandarin 2) English 3) Hindustani 4) Spanish 5) Russian 6) Arabic 7) Bengali 8) Portuguese 9) Malay-Indonesian 10) French Hope this was helpful! :-)
TOP TEN LANGUAGES IN THE WORLD BY NUMBER OF NATIVE SPEAKERS: 1. Mandarin Chinese - China 2. English - U.S.A., U.K., Canada, New Zealand, Australia, etc. * 3.… Hindustani (includes many dialects, including Hindu & Urdu) - India 4. Spanish - Spain, Latin America 5. Russian - Russia 6. Arabic - Middle East, North Africa 7. Bengali - India, Bangladesh 8. Portuguese - Portugal, Brazil 9. Malay-Indonesian - Malaysia, Indonesia 10. French - France, Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, parts of Africa TOP 5 MOST SPOKEN LANGUAGES (including non-native speakers): 1. English- estimates range between 1.5 and 2 billion speakers 2. Mandarin- a little over 1 billion speakers 3. Spanish- a little over 850 million speakers 4. Hindi- a little over 800 million speakers 5. French- a little over 700 million speakers
Chinese Most people thought it was English, but majority of the people speak Chinese, due to the big population in China itself
it is not Mandarin Chinese language which has spoken first Tamil is the first spoken language in the world thank you
1. English 2. Chinese 3. Spanish 4. Hindi 5. Arabic
Actually, studies have been done to determine the answer to this question. They discovered that Japanese is the world's fastest spoken language followed by Spanish.
There's no real agreement on this as many languages claim to be the oldest. Greek and Chinese were first written around 1500BC and are among the claimants but modern Chinese a…nd Greeks would hardly understand a word of the original languages.
Answer Native American languages are almost all dying out with only a few exceptions. The languages of Papua, New Guinea are only spoken in Papua, New Guinea, often by …only a single village or small collection of villages. Latin is least popular because it is considered a dead language.
The language with the most native speakers is Mandarin. The language that is most widely spoken in the world is English. The least spoken language is a tie of about 200 langu…ages, with only 1 or 2 remaining speakers. Ter Sami is often listed as the least spoken, but there are languages all over Australia, Africa , and the Americas with only 1 speaker left.
Ter Sami, originally spoken in the Kola peninsula of Russia, had only 2 speakers remain in 2009. It has no oficial writing system. The decline of this language was caused by i…ts prohibition of use during Soviet Collectivisation.
I'm pretty sure it's Mandarin Chinese
Top 100 Languages RankLanguage Name / 1 | CHINESE, MANDARIN / 2 | SPANISH / 3 | ENGLISH / 4 | BENGALI / 5 | HINDI / 6 | PORTUGUESE / 7 | RUSSIAN / 8 | JAPANESE / 9 | GERMAN…, STANDARD / 10 | CHINESE, WU / 11 | JAVANESE / 12 | KOREAN / 13 | FRENCH / 14 | VIETNAMESE / 15 | TELUGU / 16 | CHINESE, YUE / 17 | MARATHI / 18 | TAMIL / 19 | TURKISH / 20 | URDU / 21 | CHINESE, MIN NAN / 22 | CHINESE, JINYU / 23 | GUJARATI / 24 | POLISH / 25 | ARABIC, EGYPTIAN SPOKEN / 26 | UKRAINIAN / 27 | ITALIAN / 28 | CHINESE, XIANG / 29 | MALAYALAM / 30 | CHINESE, HAKKA / 31 | KANNADA / 32 | ORIYA / 33 | PANJABI, WESTERN / 34 | SUNDA / 35 | PANJABI, EASTERN / 36 | ROMANIAN / 37 | BHOJPURI / 38 | AZERBAIJANI, SOUTH / 39 | FARSI, WESTERN / 40 | MAITHILI / 41 | HAUSA / 42 | ARABIC, ALGERIAN SPOKEN / 43 | BURMESE / 44 | SERBO-CROATIAN / 45 | CHINESE, GAN / 46 | AWADHI / 47 | THAI / 48 | DUTCH / 49 | YORUBA / 50 | SINDHI / 51 | ARABIC, MOROCCAN SPOKEN / 52 | ARABIC, SAIDI SPOKEN / 53 | UZBEK, NORTHERN / 54 | MALAY / 55 | AMHARIC / 56 | INDONESIAN / 57 | IGBO / 58 | TAGALOG / 59 | NEPALI / 60 | ARABIC, SUDANESE SPOKEN / 61 | SARAIKI / 62 | CEBUANO / 63 | ARABIC, NORTH LEVANTINE SPOKEN / 64 | THAI, NORTHEASTERN / 65 | ASSAMESE / 66 | HUNGARIAN / 67 | CHITTAGONIAN / 68 | ARABIC, MESOPOTAMIAN SPOKEN / 69 | MADURA / 70 | SINHALA / 71 | HARYANVI / 72 | MARWARI / 73 | CZECH / 74 | GREEK / 75 | MAGAHI / 76 | CHHATTISGARHI / 77 | DECCAN / 78 | CHINESE, MIN BEI / 79 | BELARUSAN / 80 | ZHUANG, NORTHERN / 81 | ARABIC, NAJDI SPOKEN / 82 | PASHTO, NORTHERN / 83 | SOMALI / 84 | MALAGASY / 85 | ARABIC, TUNISIAN SPOKEN / 86 | RWANDA / 87 | ZULU / 88 | BULGARIAN / 89 | SWEDISH / 90 | LOMBARD / 91 | OROMO, WEST-CENTRAL / 92 | PASHTO, SOUTHERN / 93 | KAZAKH / 94 | ILOCANO / 95 | TATAR / 96 | FULFULDE, NIGERIAN / 97 | ARABIC, SANAANI SPOKEN / 98 | UYGHUR / 99 | HAITIAN CREOLE FRENCH / 100 | AZERBAIJANI, NORTH
The first language is a theoretical concept known as Proto-World or Proto-Sapiens. it existed sometime between 200,000 years ago and 50,000 years ago. It has no writing and it… is only a theory.. No one knows. It is likely that different languages emerged at roughly the same time in different parts of the globe; it is unlikely that all modern languages evolved from one single parent language. At any rate, there's no way of knowing for sure, as written language post-dates spoken language by thousands or perhaps millions of years.
English - 2 billion speakersMandarin - 1 billion speakersSpanish 500 million speakersHindi - 450 million speakersRussian - 280 million speakersArabic - 250 million speakersBen…gali - 210 million speakers Portuguese - 190 million speakers Malay-Indonesian - 160 million speakersFrench - 130 million speakers