The Future of Language

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With nearly 7000 languages being spoken around the world, surely some have a brighter future than others! With this infographic, find out which languages are most used, most widely spread and which languages stand to benefit from economic and population growth over the next few years.

Did you know Chinese (Mandarin) has more native language speakers than any other language or that Spanish is the 3rd most used language on the internet? As the world continues to become more interconnected through the ever-increasing power of the internet, the use of languages will undoubtedly evolve! 

This infographic is a great resource to pick up some vital facts and figures about how language is evolving.

Ruju Patel

Ruju Patel

Ruju Patel is a Content Marketing Specialist and the former Content Manager at Translate By Humans. She has a background in Psychology and Business and previous experience as an HR professional. She is a people’s person and a pro at drafting contracts, policies, and articles. When she’s not creating digital marketing strategies, you’ll find her reading with her cats or combining her love for food and culture by traveling around the world!
Ruju Patel

Ruju Patel

Ruju Patel is a Content Marketing Specialist and the former Content Manager at Translate By Humans. She has a background in Psychology and Business and previous experience as an HR professional. She is a people’s person and a pro at drafting contracts, policies, and articles. When she’s not creating digital marketing strategies, you’ll find her reading with her cats or combining her love for food and culture by traveling around the world!
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  1. Is there any way to be able to better read this inforgraphic? I’d love to share it with my high school Spanish III class in an activity. Always looking for ways to make learning a language relevant…

    1. Hey Tonya! We heard you. You can now find a ‘Download This Infographic’ button just above the infographic, and you’ll be able to read it in high quality. Hope this helps. 🙂

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