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Nations in which Arabic is an official language (de facto or de jure). Arabic in countries with more than 50% arabic-speakers is considered a majority language.

Represents % of population that speak Arabic. Source: Ethnologue

Represents number of people that speak Arabic by country. Source: Ethnologue.com

Nations in which French is an official language (de facto or de jure).  

Represents % of population that speak French. Data from many different sources

Nations in which Spanish is an official language (de facto or de jure).  All countries have majority Spanish-speakers except Belize, Western Sahara and United States. It is an unofficial language in Belize, due to historical reasons and it ...

Represents % of population that speak Spanish. Data from many different sources

Nations in which English is an official language (de facto or de jure). English in countries with more than 50% english-speakers are here considered being a majority language. For the countries where English is Unofficial, Israel is the only on ...

Represents number of people that speak English by country. Data from many different sources

Represents % of population that speak English. Data from many different sources

Represents number of people that speak English as their first language by country. Data from many different sources

Represents % of population that speak English as their first language. Data from many different sources

Represents number of people that speak English as their second or third language. Data from many different sources

Represents % of population that speak English as their additional language. Data from many different sources

Endangered Languages Per Country

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EU Languages

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Sign Languages of the World

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