Can you give me a list of languages?

List of countries/regions

Country Official language
Afghanistan Pashto Dari
Albania Albanian
Algeria Arabic Tamazight
Andorra Catalan

How many languages are there in the world list?

Well, more than 7,100 languages are spoken in the world today. Each and every one of them make the world a diverse and beautiful place.

What is the name of all languages?

List of language names ordered by codeEdit

code English language name local or English Wikipedia article
ar Arabic en:Arabic language
arc Aramaic en:Assyrian Neo-Aramaic language
as Assamese en:Assamese language
ast Asturian en:Asturian language

Which is the No 1 language of the world?

It comes as no surprise that English reigns supreme, with over 1.1 billion total speakers—or roughly 15% of the global population. Mandarin Chinese, Hindi, Spanish, and French round out the top five.

Which is oldest language in the world?

World’s oldest language is Sanskrit. The Sanskrit language is called Devbhasha. All European languages ​​seem inspired by Sanskrit. All the universities and educational institutions spread across the world consider Sanskrit as the most ancient language.

What are the top 100 languages of the world?

Around 15% of the global population speaks English,making it the world’s most spoken language

  • However,only a third of English speakers consider it their native language
  • There are more native Mandarin Chinese speakers worldwide than native English speakers
  • What are the 12 types of language?

    Regional dialect: A variety spoken in a particular region.

  • Sociolect: Also known as a social dialect,a variety of language (or register) used by a socioeconomic class,a profession,an age group,or any other social group.
  • Ethnolect: A lect spoken by a specific ethnic group.
  • What is the most “complete” language in the world?

    – Chinese. – Spanish. English. Hindi-Urdu. – Arabic.

    Which country has the most languages?


  • German.
  • Italian.
  • Portuguese.
  • Russian.
  • Japanese. Most Commonly Learned Standard Variety.
  • Chinese. Most Commonly Learned Standard Varieties of Mandarin.
  • Swedish. Most Commonly Learned Standard Varieties.