It is considered that about 70 to 125 million people speak Italian worlwide, mainly in countries like Italy, , and as well as 25 other countries.
The exact number of people who speak English worldwide is not known. It is estimated to be in the billions.
130 million people speak Japanese
As of 2012, approximately 85 million people speak Italian as either a first or second language.
As of 2018, about 2 million people speak Latvian worldwide.
As of 2018, about 10 million people speak Swedish in the world.
In 2005, about 500 million people worldwide spoke French as a first, second, or other language.
We do not know every second there is anothere baby being born, maybe there are babies who do and do not speak Italian so there you have it !!!!
There are no statistics available on how many people in Australia speak Italian. While it is certain that there are some who do, the national language of Australia is English, and those who speak other languages normally speak English in addition to any other languages they may speak.
61,000,000 is the population of Italy, but not the number of Italian speakers. People speak Italian all over the world, even if its not their first, so i would say around 100million.
its is unknown, but its somewhere around 50 million
9 million people speak bulgarian i know cos i just got it right in a quiz:):):):D
As of 2011, Dutch is a first language for about 23 million people. Another 5 million Speak Dutch as a second language.
About 130 million people as a first language, 200 million as a first or second language.
Worldwide, there are about 80 million people who speak Korean. The population of South Korea is 50 million and the population of North Korea is 24. 76 million.
The official language is Italian, however due to the large number of English speaking tourists many people can also speak English to varying degrees.Yes!People who live in Rome speak Italian unless they learn English in school or are native English speakers like me. Not many people speak English here.
About 28 millionProbably approx. 29 000 000 (95 % as mother language).
Approximately 6.5% of the Swiss population speak Italian as their first language. There are 4 official languages in Switzerland. In order of the percentage of the population which speak them they are: German (63.7%), French (20.4%), Italian (6.5%) and Romansh (0.5%). Different languages are spoken in different parts of the country.
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Lady Gaga is not at all ashamed of her Italian-Sicilian origin... In fact she has many times said how proud she is of her Italian-Sicilian heritage! Lady Gaga confessed at a concert in Turin her Italian was "merda" although she has several times shown she can speak basic very Italian... But one has to remember that not many American-Italians do speak fluent Italian.
Latin was spoken in much of what is now Italy, but many years ago. Present day Italians speak Italian, which, like many western languages like French, German, Spanish and English, has many roots in Latin. Latin was also the 'official' language of the Roman Catholic church worldwide, for many years.
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.
Spanish is spoken as a first language by about 330 million people and as a second language by perhaps another 50 million. Adios!
I have no idea how many people watch television worldwide, but too many is probably an understatement.
ASL is spoken in about 20 different countries, and worldwide numbers aren't available. But in the US, it's estimated that between 250,000 and 500,000 people speak ASL as their first language.
About 30 million people play basketball worldwide