Every country or nation has its own language. It’s a means of their local communication to avoid misunderstanding and barriers amongst countrymen.
The scientific study of languages is called linguistics. A person who studies language is called a linguist, and a person who knows many languages is called multi-linguist.
There are an estimated 5000-7000 number of languages int he world, including several local languages from each country.
Natural languages can be spoken or signed, but any language can be encrypted into secondary media using auditory, visual, or tactile stimuli (e.g. whistling, signed, or the Braille system for the blinds).
I have here 20 different renowned languages from around the world.
Watch these tutorial clips and you can submit your own local language or any language you want to share here at my blog.
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This is informative and a must-watch for globetrotters who like to travel around the world.
Enjoy the videos and get to know their way of counting numbers.
Tagalog is the first language by a quarter of the population of the Philippines and as a second language by the majority. Its standardized form, officially named Filipino, is officially the national language of the Philippines, along with English.
As of 2000, native speakers reached to 70 million.
Buko, bungalow, yoyo, gimmick, and boondocks are words derived from Tagalog language registered in an English dictionary.
French language is a native language from France and one of two national languages used in Canada, and some other regions in Africa.
As of 2015, it has over 272 million speakers worldwide, making it the 8th most used language around the world.
Chivalry, oxygen, casserole, rhythm, justice and a lot more are words derived from French registered in an English dictionary.
German language is spoken by majority by Germany and other European countries.
It has over 105-110 million speakers from around the world making it the 11th most used languages worldwide based on latest survey.
Doppelganger, poltergeist, edelweiss, wanderlust, dachshund, etc. are words derived from German registered in an English dictionary.
Hindi is the native language of northern India. It is a standardized and Sanskritised register of the Hindustani language. Outside India, it is an official language which is known as Fiji Hindi in Fiji, and is a recognized regional language in Mauritius, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, and Suriname.
It ranks 3rd on the 2015 survey of the most used languages around the world with over 652 million speakers.
Bandana, cheetah, guru, juggernaut, karma and a lot more are words derived from Hindi registered in an English dictionary.
Italian language is native to Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City, Istria County (Croatia) and Slovene Istria (Slovenia).
It ranks 18th on 2015 survey of most used languages from around the world with 85 million speakers.
Acappela, falsetto, opera, piano, violin, etc. are words derived from Italian registered in an English dictionary.
Japanese language is native to Japan and is also known as Nihongo in their local dialect.
Based on 2015 survey it has over 130 million speakers making it the 14th most used language in the world.
Bonsai, manga, tycoon, judo, karate, etc. are words derived from Japanese registered in an English dictionary.