120 million people in Europe
German is the main language of about 90-95 million people in Europe.
Most people in Liectenstein speak German. It is the official language.
The speak both German and french so German is not the official language
Only about 40,000-60,000 Danish speak German.
Europe has many countries, with many different languages like, French, German, Dutch, English, Swedish, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Irish, Portuguese, Norwegian, Romanian and many, many others. So depending on what part of Europe you are, in will depend on what types of languages you will hear and how people will speak.
It is estimated that 100 million speak German as their native language.The number of people who have German as a second language is approximately 80 million.
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There are estimated to be around 75,600 German speakers in Australia.
Three. English, Pensylvania German and Swiss German.
as of 2012, approximately 80 million non-Germans speak German as a second language.
There are approximately 81 million people living in Germany. The German government states that 99% of its people speak German as a first language.
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 understand Low German. These figures are for Europe. The Low German-speaking communities outside Europe are very small.
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.
Most of Europe can speak in English but it is not their primary language. If you lived in the United States you would speak your birth language of English not Spanish or French or any of the Native American languages or other languages that exist in that nation. Germans speak German in Germany. French speak French in France. They can speak in English too because English speaking people do business with them and the tourists do too. In the US they do not get very many German or French people visiting so they don't learn those languages but they do learn Spanish since there are millions there who speak in Spanish.
The official language is Icelandic. Most people speak very good English and many people speak danish and German but they speak Icelandic to each other.
More or less everyone. It is the national language.
German is spoken as a first language by a minority in Argentina of approximately 400,000 people.
German nationals make up 91% of the population so one can be certain that 91% of the people in Germany speak the language as their first language.
Germans are in a minority in Poland. There are about 148,000 Germans in Poland. But German population is decreasing in Poland.
German is the only official language of Liechtenstein, and the most widely spoken dialect is Alemannic.
about 80 000 000 people are living in germany and most of them speak german as first language