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German
English
German
Japanese
English
Japanese
German
Spanish
English
Spanish
German
Chinese
English
Chinese
German
French
English
Portuguese
English
Russian
English
Italian
English
Turkish
English
Korean
English
Polish
English
Dutch
English
Greek
English
Swedish
English
Danish
English
Finnish
English
Norwegian
English
Icelandic
English
Thai
English
Arabic
English
Farsi
English
Bulgarian
English
Croatian
English
Hungarian
English
Serbian
English
Czech
English
Slovak
English
Slovanian
English
Romanian
English
Moldavian
English
Ukrainian
English
Belarussian
English
SerboCroatian
English
Montenegrin
English
Estonian
English
Latvian
English
Lithuanian
English
Bosnian
English
Castilian
English
Bask
English
Maltese
English
Flemish
English
Frisian
English
Sorbian
English
Albanian
English
Latin
English
Old Greek
English
Hebrew
English
Armenian
English
Georgian
English
Azerbaijani
English
Turkmen
English
Kakazh
English
Usbekisch
English
Tadjic
English
Kirghiz
English
Uigur
English
Pashto
English
Urdu
English
Hindi
English
Punjabi
English
Gujarati
English
Kannada
English
Kashmiri
English
Konkani
English
Malayalam
English
Manipuri
English
Marathi
English
Nepali
English
Oriya
English
Sanskrit
English
Sindhi
English
Telugu
English
Assamese
English
Tamil
English
Singhalese
English
Bengali
English
Burmese
English
Laothian
English
Cambodian
English
Vietnamese
English
Malay
English
Indonesian
English
Philippino
English
Monoglian
English
Kurdish
English
Afrikaans
English
Amharic
English
Swahili
English
Somali
English
Zulu
English
Ketschua
English
Aymará
English
Guarani
English
Corsican
English
Pidgin

 

English
German
Japanese
German
Japanese
English
Spanish
German
Spanish
English
Chinese
German
Chinese
English
French
German
Portuguese
English
Russian
English
Italian
English
Turkish
English
Korean
English
Polish
English
Dutch
English
Greek
English
Swedish
English
Danish
English
Finnish
English
Norwegian
English
Icelandic
English
Thai
English
Arabic
English
Farsi
English
Bulgarian
English
Croatian
English
Hungarian
English
Serbian
English
Czech
English
Slovak
English
Slovanian
English
Romanian
English
Moldavian
English
Ukrainian
English
Belarussian
English
SerboCroatian
English
Montenegrin
English
Estonian
English
Latvian
English
Lithuanian
English
Bosnian
English
Castilian
English
Bask
English
Maltese
English
Flemish
English
Frisian
English
Sorbian
English
Albanian
English
Latin
English
Old Greek
English
Hebrew
English
Armenian
English
Georgian
English
Azerbaijani
English
Turkmen
English
Kakazh
English
Usbekisch
English
Tadjic
English
Kirghiz
English
Uigur
English
Pashto
English
Urdu
English
Hindi
English
Punjabi
English
Gujarati
English
Kannada
English
Kashmiri
English
Konkani
English
Malayalam
English
Manipuri
English
Marathi
English
Nepali
English
Oriya
English
Sanskrit
English
Sindhi
English
Telugu
English
Assamese
English
Tamil
English
Singhalese
English
Bengali
English
Burmese
English
Laothian
English
Cambodian
English
Vietnamese
English
Malay
English
Indonesian
English
Philippino
English
Monoglian
English
Kurdish
English
Afrikaans
English
Amharic
English
Swahili
English
Somali
English
Zulu
English
Ketschua
English
Aymará
English
Guarani
English
Corsican
English
Pidgin
English

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English

International business English and IT English is the trade language of world economy.
English is the official language of 45 countries, totaling 322 million native speakers, 500 million people speak English as a second language.
English has many variances ranging from Australian English to Zimbabwean English. US and British English are the norm.
Translations of „exotic“ language pairs are often based on the English language.
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German

German was once the trade language of Eastern Europe until Russian recast its role. 98 million native speakers live in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
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Spanish

Spanish is the official language of 20 countries, totaling 332 million native speakers. Spanish has many variances, which can vary greatly. Following English, Spanish ranks as the most important language of the world economy.
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French

French is the official language of 30 countries, totaling 72 million native speakers. Following English, French is the most important language of research and diplomacy.
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Portuguese

Portuguese is the official language of 6 countries, totaling 177 million native speakers. It represents 3.2 % of world economy.
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Japanese

Japanese has 125 million native speakers and is the language of the world’s second largest economy. Japan plays a prominent role in the world economy.
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Chinese

More than one billion people speak Chinese as their native language. Two different typographies are in use, the simplified Chinese typography used in the Peoples Republic of China and the traditional form used in Taiwan.
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Arabic

Arabic is the official language in 20 countries, totaling 200 million native speakers. Arabic has a fairly standardized typography (high Arabic).
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Russian

Russian replaced German as the trade language of Eastern Europe. Russian has 170 million native speakers. The language is spoken in regions as far away as the Far East.
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Italian

The Italian language has 65 million speakers. Italy contributes 4% to the world economy.
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Dutch

Of the 24 million people who speak Dutch in Holland, in Belgium (Flemish) and in South Africa (Afrikaans).
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Swedish:

Of the 10 million Swedes, more than 85% are connected to the Internet.
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Danish

Of the 5 million plus Danes, more than 80% of the population have Internet access.
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Korean

75 million people in North Korea and South Korea speak Korean. The 25 million North Koreans play no role in the Internet or in the world economy. South Korea however contributes 2% to the world economy; almost every person is connected to the Internet.
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Thai

Of the 65 million native speakers, 55% are connected to the Internet. Thailand contributes 1% to the world economy.
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Vietnamese

Approximately 70 million people speak Vietnamese.
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Hindi

More than 180 million people speak Hindi, which is written in Devanagari. English is the primary language used on the Internet and in economic life.
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Bengali

190 million people speak Bengali, which is also written in Bengali. Bengali is spoken in India und Bangladesh. English is the primary language used on the Internet and in economic life.
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