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Most important future languages
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Today, almost any job position requires the knowledge of at least on of these three languages - Englsih, Spanish, German. The employer will always appreciate this worker.

According to specialists' estimation, in 50 years the Chinese language might become an international one, even though it's absolutely sophisticated. Chinese has already begun to be popular in many foreign languages centers. English is the most popular of course, but it's being studies just because it's the first language of the world.

It is supposed, that English, Spanish and Arabian will become the most useful languages. Why Spanish? Well it could be related to the financial crisis. The deeper it goes, the more specialists Europe will require, and of course Europe's population size increasing is expected to happen due to Latin Americans.

The situation of languages in the future will be determined by the further unleashing of economic, political, social things.

Here are the results of a probe in the matter of language importance:

15% consider Chinese to be the future language
28% take English as the present most important langauge
57% believe it's necessary to know first of all your own language
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The Turkish language is now becoming very popular in Europe. That's because many use to spend their vacation in Turkey and a travel agency would hardly hire a person who doesn't speak Turkish.
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Steven Wrote:The Turkish language is now becoming very popular in Europe. That's because many use to spend their vacation in Turkey and a travel agency would hardly hire a person who doesn't speak Turkish.
You're right, but it's not for long time, due to climate change. If residents feel high temperature in their countries, Turkey will lose one of its competitive advantage for tourists. By the way, I see a prospect for the French language, as France is ruling the EU.
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Benn Wrote:
Steven Wrote:The Turkish language is now becoming very popular in Europe. That's because many use to spend their vacation in Turkey and a travel agency would hardly hire a person who doesn't speak Turkish.
You're right, but it's not for long time, due to climate change. If residents feel high temperature in their countries, Turkey will lose one of its competitive advantage for tourists. By the way, I see a prospect for the French language, as France is ruling the EU.
France is no longer ruling the EU. Recently the administration passed to the Czech Republic, which actually brought many anxieties among EU deputies.
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OK then, should we then learn the Czech language? No, I don't think so. This is for politicians only. Ordinary people must go on along with what is fashioned or what brings profit, and Czech is not a good example.
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If the Chinese is becoming popular due to the number of people speaking it, the Indian language might become important in the future as well. Specifically because the Indian population is expected to surpass the Chinese one.
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Benn Wrote:If the Chinese is becoming popular due to the number of people speaking it, the Indian language might become important in the future as well. Specifically because the Indian population is expected to surpass the Chinese one.
No Benn, that's impossible, for there is no concept for a unique Indian language. It has a lot of dialects, I think about 900 or more...
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I will surprise you: India has at 30 different languages and around 2000 dialects. One from the North won't understand the one from the South, and vice-versa
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2,000 dialects is a lot, even for a country like India. Can you imagine that in USA people spoke at least 10 different languages? It would doubtlessly lead to a break down of the US. I think if the world tends to unify, then we'll have less languages in future.
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Russian and English because they are two space languages, Did somebody say Chinese? People no body except Chinese will speak on it, it is a fantastic difficult one.
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Newrussian town Wrote:Russian and English because they are two space languages, Did somebody say Chinese? People no body except Chinese will speak on it, it is a fantastic difficult one.
Well, I should surprise you, my dear... Your Russian language is among the first 10 most difficult to learn languages, near the Finnish and near the Chinese 8-)
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M.Helen Wrote:
Newrussian town Wrote:Russian and English because they are two space languages, Did somebody say Chinese? People no body except Chinese will speak on it, it is a fantastic difficult one.
Well, I should surprise you, my dear... Your Russian language is among the first 10 most difficult to learn languages, near the Finnish and near the Chinese 8-)
Helen, you will not have a choice Smile , Russian and English are used like the international space languages, it looks like for example START/ПУСК, but don't worry every Russian word is doubled by English one Smile . Yes our language is difficult too, but when I was a student we have a lot of foreigners in our University, when they came on the first year, they did know nothing in Russian, but 3 years past, and they talk very well. It is easy you will see :haha
Russian and English have a same punctuation, divided letters. ect and Chinese, do you like a sing Helen? Smile You have to sing in Chinese, one word you can sing in a different ways right?, and every different melody of the one word will have different meanings, I cannot, but I tried :banghead Smile
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:haha they learned Russian probably because they had no choice Smile
I have a friend in USA. He said, when he was a college student, some Russians studied in that college. It was easier for teachers to learn a bit of Russia rather than for Russians to learn a bit of English. :lol:
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M.Helen Wrote::haha they learned Russian probably because they had no choice Smile
I have a friend in USA. He said, when he was a college student, some Russians studied in that college. It was easier for teachers to learn a bit of Russia rather than for Russians to learn a bit of English. :lol:
I cannot understand you Helen, very nice language Smile , at least I am thinking, and speaking on it. Smile It was a very stupid students I suppose, may be from oligarchs families, English is not so difficult in a basic level I suppose Smile
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#15
Russian language became popular in Turkey, especially in Antalya. I've been there last summer and should acknowledge it was overwhelmed with Russian tourists. So is the Turkish language becoming more and more popular in European countries, Germany particularly.
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Steve, you're right about the Turkish language. Besides, I can't imagine how popular it will become if Turkey joins the EU. A general trait of Turks is that they're impudent, so they'd create big communities in European countries rather than learn perfectly the local language.
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#17
English is the language spoken in science, medicine, aviation, industry and international diplomacy. I'm not sure if something will change. Yet, I still believe that China will somehow "force" us to learn their language, as they are many and soon will develop fast. It will make us interested in collaboration with China, and not China with us.
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#18
European official languages report (in EU-25). The first indicator represents the rate of native speakers, and the second one is the total number of people speaking this language

English 13% 51%
German 18% 32%
French 12% 26%
Italian 13% 16%
Spanish 9% 15%
Polish 9% 10%
Dutch 5% 6%
Greek 3% 3%
Czech 2% 3%
Swedish 2% 3%
Hungarian 2% 2%
Portuguese 2% 2%
Catalan 1% 2%
Slovak 1% 2%
Danish 1% 1%
Finnish 1% 1%
Lithuanian 1% 1%
Slovene 1% 1%
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#19
With over 1 million of words, English is to be known as the language that have most vocabulary in the world! In this case, I would say that English is also one of the languages that have most adjective forms.
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#20
I believe that Chinese will be an international language as well some years later... Chinese people are propagating very quickly, and sooner will occupy the whole earth. I don't say that this is bad, on the contrary they are smart people, but their language will be spoken indeed.
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#21
i think that the most important future languages will be first of all English, French, German and Chinese. all these languages are important actually and it will be in the future because there are most popular in the world. These native countries where these languages took place are big countries with a strong economic industries.
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#22
Chinese is a bit difficult to learn. When I went to China 4 years ago its very difficult to go out because their taxi driver doesnt know how to speak english and the only word I know in Chinese is yes. Lol, well nowadays many are learning mandarin because especially the youngster but I myself would like to learn Japanese. Im not sure if Japanese will be the future language as well like english but since there are so many manga series so maybe.
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