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How many of the 6,912 living languages do you speak? PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 01 October 2008 15:08

Do you know there are 6,912 living languages?

This is a panorama ...

Afro-Asiatic (375)
Alacalufan (2)
Algic (44)
Altaic (66)
Amto-Musan (2)
Andamanese (13)
Arauan (8)
Araucanian (2)
Arawakan (64)
Artificial language (3)
Arutani-Sape (2)
Australian (263)
Austro-Asiatic (169)
Austronesian (1268)
Aymaran (3)
Barbacoan (7)
Basque (3)
Bayono-Awbono (2)
Caddoan (5)
Cahuapanan (2)
Cant (1)
Carib (32)
Chapacura-Wanham (5)
Chibchan (22)
Chimakuan (2)
Choco (12)
Chon (2)
Chukotko-Kamchatkan (5)
Chumash (7)
Coahuiltecan (1)
Creole (86)
Deaf sign language (121)
Dravidian (73)
East Bird's Head (3)
East Papuan (36)
Eskimo-Aleut (11)
Geelvink Bay (33)
Guahiban (5)
Gulf (4)
Harakmbet (2)
Hibito-Cholon (2)
Hmong-Mien (35)
Hokan (28)
Huavean (4)
Indo-European (449)
Iroquoian (11)
Japanese (12)
Jivaroan (4)
Kartvelian (5)
Katukinan (3)
Keres (2)
Khoisan (27)
Kiowa Tanoan (6)
Kwomtari-Baibai (6)
Language Isolate (40)
Left May (6)
Lower Mamberamo (2)
Lule-Vilela (1)
Macro-Ge (32)
Maku (6)
Mascoian (5)
Mataco-Guaicuru (12)
Mayan (69)
Misumalpan (4)
Mixed Language (21)
Mixe-Zoque (17)
Mura (1)
Muskogean (6)
Na-Dene (47)
Nambiquaran (3)
Niger-Congo (1514)
Nilo-Saharan (204)
North Caucasian (34)
Oto-Manguean (174)
Panoan (28)
Peba-Yaguan (2)
Penutian (33)
Pidgin (18)
Quechuan (46)
Salishan (27)
Salivan (3)
Sepik-Ramu (100)
Sign language (3)
Sino-Tibetan (403)
Siouan (17)
Sko (7)
Subtiaba-Tlapanec (5)
Tacanan (6)
Tai-Kadai (76)
Tarascan (2)
Torricelli (53)
Totonacan (11)
Trans-New Guinea (564)
Tucanoan (25)
Tupi (76)
Unclassified (78)
Uralic (39)
Uru-Chipaya (2)
Uto-Aztecan (61)
Wakashan (5)
West Papuan (26)
Witotoan (6)
Yanomam (4)
Yeniseian (2)
Yukaghir (2)
Yuki (2)
Zamucoan (2)
Zaparoan (7)

 The English Languages belong to the Indo-Europeans, and it comes from the German West language.

The other important like Italian, Spanish, French and Portuguese including several dialects belong tothe Romance Languages.

The high number of languages comes from  Afro-Asiatic (375), Austronesian (1268) and of course Indo-Europeans (449).

There are several Chinese languages, exactly:

 that are the language more popular in the world, after English.

For additional information you can visit: http://www.ethnologue.com/

 

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