What language is most commonly spoken in Italy?
It is called Italian...
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This question is a very interesting one that has a rather complicated answer. Estimates of how many people speak a language are quite general and can vary considerably. For ex…ample, English estimates vary from 275 to 450 million, Spanish from 150 to over 300 million, Hindi from 150 to 350 million, and Russian from 150 to 180 million. To further complicate matters, the definition of "speaker" can be vague. Some surveys of languages give information on native speakers only. Others count both native speakers and secondary speakers (those who use the language regularly or primarily even though it is not their native language). Lastly, it is important to consider not only the population (number) of language speakers, but also the geographic distribution of these languages. Some languages have relatively large populations of native speakers but are used almost exclusively in a few countries. On the other hand, other languages have relatively small populations of native speakers but are used in many different countries as an official or national language. The Chinese with over 1 billion people speak many different dialects, India also has many different types of dialects. In case you were wondering, here is a list of the 30 most spoken languages in the world and the areas in which they are spoken. . Mandarin / China, Malaysia, Taiwan . English / USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand . Hindi / North and Central India . Spanish / The Americas, Spain . Arabic / Middle East, Arabia, North Africa . Russian / Russia, Central Asia . Portuguese / Brazil, Portugal, Southern Africa . Bengali / Bangladesh, Eastern India . Malay, Indonesian / Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore . French Indo-European / France, Canada, West Africa, Central Africa . Japanese / Japan . German / Germany, Austria, Central Europe . Farsi (Persian) / Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia . Urdu / Pakistan, India . Punjabi / Pakistan, India . Vietnamese / Vietnam, China . Tamil / Southern India, Sri Lanka, Malyasia . Wu / China . Javanese / Indonesia . Turkish / Turkey, Central Asia . Telugu / Southern India . Korean / Korean Peninsula . Marathi / Western India . Italian / Italy, Central Europe . Thai / Thailand, Laos . Cantonese / Southern China . Gujarati / Western India, Kenya . Polish / Poland, Central Europe . Kannada / Southern India . Burmese / Myanmar The Summer Institute for Linguistics (SIL) Ethnologue Survey (1999) lists the following as the top languages by population: (number of native speakers in parentheses) 1. Chinese* (937,132,000) 2. Spanish (332,000,000) 3. English (322,000,000) 4. Bengali (189,000,000) 5. Hindi/Urdu (182,000,000) 6. Arabic* (174,950,000) 7. Portuguese (170,000,000) 8. Russian (170,000,000) 9. Japanese (125,000,000) 10. German (98,000,000) 11. French* (79,572,000) 1. Mandarin Chinese: 885 million 2. Spanish: 332 million 3. English: 322 million 4. Bengali: 189 million 5. Hindi: 182 million Mandarin is spoken by more people than any other language in the world. Chinese
Answer . English is spoken as a second language by around 600 million people and French, with around 500 million as a second language. Spanish is also very popular as a sec…ond language with 100 million choosing this as a second language.
By number of speakers . Russian is the language with the largest number of speakers inEurope, with 144 to 155 million speakers. . German is second, spoken by approximately… 90-95 million peoplein Europe (as of 2004). . Third is French (66 to 68 million). . Fourth is English (64 to 66 million). . Fifth is Italian (65 million). Different sources give different figures. The total for Russia alsodepends on which parts of Russia you count as 'Europe'. English is the most widely spoken language. French, German andItalian are also widely spoken. Europe has many different countrieswhich have their own languages, so you could not really say thatany one language is the most usual one. Besides English, whichEuropean language was spoken in most European countries? and inwhich countries? I would like to know the top three. the most spoken language in europe is english
The most commonly spoken language in the UK is English.
Persian is a common language, as a lingua franca in South Asia, Central Asia and Middle east
Assuming that you don't want five different dialects of Chinese listed off, the five most commonly spoken languages are Chinese, Hindi, English, Spanish, and Arabic.
it is English and it is in America
Welsh is the most commonly spoken Celtic language, about 90% of the speakers live in Wales and England. Irish is the second commonly spoken.
It entirely depends on the country. In India/Pakistan: Hindi, Garhwali, Kumaoni, Urdu, Sanskrit In Nepal: Nepali, Bhutia, Lepcha, Limbu, Newari, Kulung, Gurung, Sherpa, Taman…g, Sunwar In Bhutan: Dzongkha, Dzala In China: Mandarin, Tibetan