What is the second most spoken language in the world
According to a 2018 report by the Union of European linguists (UEL), the most spoken language in the world is English. The second most spoken language is Chinese.
What are the top 5 languages spoken in the world 2021?
2017 was a very eventful year in terms of the global language landscape. 2017 saw the rise of several global languages, while others established themselves as top contenders in the world. Here are the top 5 languages spoken in the world in 2017:1. Hindi2017 was an incredible year for Hindi, in terms of its global popularity and recognition. This is because 2017 saw a number of high-profile events that were dominated by the language. These include Indias 70th Independence Day celebrations, Republic Day celebrations, and Indias celebration of 70 years of independence. There were also a number of Bollywood films that were released with Hindi tracks that topped the charts globally; these movies included A Flying Jatt and Desiarantyum Kashtamai. This showed how much faith people have placed in Hindis ability to communicate to a global audience. 2017 also saw an increase in the number of universities teaching Hindi as a second or third language worldwide, including at Yale University, which is a first for any Indian language. So 2017 was an incredible year for Hindi, and it will likely continue this momentum throughout 2018 and 2019 as well.2. Spanish2017 was a great year for Spanish, as well as all Romance languages in general, due to continued political turmoil throughout most countries in Europe. This led to increased awareness of these languages among international travelers who have been drawn to Europes culture and history throughout 2017. Furthermore, 2017 saw many celebrities adopt Spanish as their second or third language, which showed how prevalent this language has become within high-profile circles globally throughout 2017. This led to more opportunities for firms to enter into connections with Spanish-speaking clients through marketing and advertising campaigns that featured celebrities speaking this language on their behalf during events such as Super Bowl LI (2017). Lastly, 2017 was also an incredible year for brands who were able to connect with consumers through social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram through content that featured Spanish speaking celebrities on their behalf. So 2017 was definitely an incredible year for Spanish as well as for Romance languages in general globally throughout 2018 and 2019 as well due to these trends continuing into 2018 and 2019 respectively.