Top 10 most spoken languages in the world 2019

Top 10 Most Spoken Languages in the World 2020

  • If you think that the most spoken language is English then you are wrong because the most spoken language is Chinese and the Third most spoken language is English, but it is a Most Popular Language in The World.
  • Do you know that your language is one of the most spoken languages in the world? If not then this article is for you. In this article, I have written about the 10 most spoken languages in the world. in 2020, you can see from the list below.

       1. Chinese  (14.1%)

      2. Spanish (5.85%)

      3. English (5.52%)

      4. Hindi  (4.46%)

       5. Arabic  (4.23%)

      6. Portuguese (3.08%)

      7. Bengali (3.05%)

      8. Russian (2.42%)

      9. Japanese (1.92%)

    10. Punjabi ( 1.44%)

1. Chinese  (1.2 billion)

it the number one of the 10 most spoken languages ​​in the world. More than 1,200 million people in the world speak this language. do you want to learn any language then Chinese is the best option for you because it is the Only language that spoken by 1 out of every 6 people in the world? The family of Chinese has 7 groups, being Mandarin Chinese, one of the northern dialects, the official language throughout the country.


2. Spanish (442 million )

it is The Second Most spoken languages ​​in the world. Spanish is spoken Nearly About 442 million people on the World and across the 5 continents. Apart from Spain, it is spoken in almost all the countries of Central and South America.


3. English (380 million)

it is the third position of the most spoken languages ​​in the world. There are more than 380 million English speakers in the world. You may be surprised to know that English is not the most spoken language in the world (although it is the most widely used language for communication between people from different countries). It has about 508 million native speakers, including countries such as the US, England or Australia. Although it occupies the third place, it is one of the most demanded languages, today having a good level of English is very important for a future job and personal.


4. Hindi  (350 million)

Hindi is the official language of India along with English and 22 other languages. It has more than 350 million speakers. Why is this language famous? Well, there are many reasons but the main reason is the Indian Film industry (Bollywood), affirms that the cinema in Hindi language (Bollywood) annually produces more than 1,000 films, twice as many as Hollywood studios.


5. Arabic  (250 million )

Although the most recent statistics have established that around 250 million people speak Arabic, besides being official in 20 countries. there are so many dialects that it is almost impossible to rely on numbers. It is a little what happens with Chinese, where several languages ​​are located within the same family.


6. Portuguese (217 million)

it is spoken by more than 217 million speakers worldwide. It is the official language of Portugal and Brazil, but also in Angola, Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, among other countries. Our neighbors have landed in the sixth position of the most spoken languages ​​in the world.


7. Bengali (210 million)

Bengali is spoken by more than 210 million people. people worldwide. In addition to being the main language of Bangladesh. The language is equally popular in the Indian states surrounding the country.


8. Russian (177 million)

The Russian can be found in two rankings: The most difficult languages ​​in the world and the most spoken languages ​​in the world, occupying the eighth position. Russian, like the rest of the languages ​​we speak of, extends its borders beyond its country of origin. With 177 million speakers, the language is well known in Russia


9. Japanese (140 million)

The Japanese language is spoken by over 140 million people. it is a language that is spoken only in one country and is part of the list because it is the most “concentrated” language. People who speak Japanese outside Japan are mainly in the United States, the Philippines, and Brazil.


10. Punjabi ( 100 million)

it is the last in Top 10 most spoken languages, spoken by 100 million people in the world, especially in India and Pakistan. Why is this language famous? Well, although many films are made in Punjabi.

What did you think of this list? Have any of the most talked languages ​​in the world surprised you?

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37 thoughts on “Top 10 Most Spoken Languages in the World 2020”

    1. In the top most spoken yes, but not the most popular.

      The most popular in the world are: English, French, Spanish, Russian, German & Arabic. (calculated by the most non-native speakers spread to many countries, which means it’s popular beyond the country’s border of these languages origin)

      Mandarin and Hindi are mostly regional speakers in their countries based on their big population.

  1. Angelina-Dalcielo Paese

    i knew the first ones but the students in my class didnt believe me, thanks for proving them wrong. But for chinese, is it mandarin or cantanese chinese?

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