How did languages begin? There are many theories about the origin of language. Through language, we convey our feeling and emotions. So, let us examine the origin of language.
The number of people speaking Mandarin Chinese roughly equals 1.3 billion. Staggering, isn’t it? This article examines the intricacies of Mandarin Chinese in detail.
Spanish is spoken by more than 400 million people making it more popular than English. It is primarily the language of most of South and Central America, Spain and guess what…many regions of the United States.
Third on the list of most popular languages is one that many can easily identify with – English. More than 350 million people speak this language. It is a language that is synonymous with opportunity.
The language that is most widely-used in India, Hindi, is spoken by more than 260 million people across the world. It is spoken along with the other local languages like Marathi, Punjabi, Nepali, Bengali and Gujarati.
With a total of 284 million speakers of the language and counting, French speakers are present all across the world. The English language has adopted a large number of words from the French language such as absinthe, impasse and gourmand.
Did you know that the Arabic alphabet is not actually an alphabet? There are around 300 million speakers of this language and it is known as a Semitic language. Semitic language refers to a subfamily of the Afro-Asiatic language family including H...
The Russian language is the most widespread language over the region of Eurasia with over 250 million speakers. Interestingly, many Russian words consist of only one syllable.