The world’s top three languages, Spanish, English, and Mandarin, all have their own distinctive dialects, which makes speaking them both difficult and confusing.
It also has a huge impact on how you think about language and how you learn to use it.
So how do you pick the right language?
We took the language learning experts at The Language Company and asked them to pick their favorite three.
Spanish: This is the language you’ll hear most in the news, and it has some of the most interesting dialects.
Spanish is an ancient language spoken by more than 100 million people.
It is a blend of Spanish and Latin American languages, so its influence is everywhere, from the way people talk to how they understand each other.
Learn more about the Spanish dialect Learn more Spanish language Learn more English language Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world, after English and Chinese.
There are more than 20 million speakers in the U.S., with about 60 percent speaking Spanish.
Spanish has a rich history, but its language is evolving and changing rapidly, according to linguist Mark Twain, who lived in Spain in the early 19th century.
Twain was one of the first Americans to write in Spanish, and he was an early proponent of the idea that there were many different dialects in the Spanish language.
English is the second most spoken tongue in the United States, after Spanish.
The language has been evolving in a few key ways over the past few centuries.
First, it is more often spoken in American-run universities, which have also become the most popular language in America.
But there is a big difference between speaking English in the classroom and speaking English on the street.
Learn how the words you see on your phone or computer don’t always translate into English.
English: This word-based language is a little like Mandarin, but with a slightly different vocabulary and pronunciation.
English, which is the most common language spoken in the West, is written in a single alphabet, the Latin alphabet.
While English is not entirely orthographic, it does use one letter for every word.
English speakers learn to read the alphabet and then write the word.
Learn English pronunciation Learn more Latin alphabet Learn more word-for-word English pronunciation English speakers also often learn to speak English to each other, which means that they use their own language, called a dialect.
When you hear someone say “Hello” in English, for example, it’s probably not what you’re expecting.
Learn all the words that sound like “Hello.”
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Mandarin: While Mandarin has become a popular language for Mandarin-speaking foreigners, its dialect is also widely spoken.
Mandarin has about 60 million speakers, and its language has become more and more sophisticated.
Mandarin is the official language of mainland China, with the majority of the country’s people learning the language through school.
Mandarin also has more than 300 dialects of Mandarin, which include dialects from all over China.
Mandarin dialects are very diverse, but most are related to the Han language, which was a common dialect in China until the Qing Dynasty.
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French: This tongue-in-cheek language is also a bit like English, but it has a different pronunciation.
French is a language spoken on the continent, from France to France.
The French language is made up of several languages, but the most commonly spoken French is French.
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Japanese: As the world’s second most popular English-speaking language, Japanese is a combination of two languages.
It has a common first-person pronoun (“you,” “me,” “they”) and two separate verbs (“to go,” “to go to”) that are used to express things like “going to a party,” “going somewhere,” and “going home.”
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German: German is a very different language than English, especially when it comes to pronunciation.
In German, there are several different dialect types.
German has two main dialects: the Deutschlandt dialect, which has been spoken in Germany since the 17th century, and the Germanic-speaking Westphalia dialect, spoken in western Germany since about 1760.
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Chinese: Chinese is the lingua franca of Asia, with over 200 official languages and dialects spread throughout China.
There is no single, universally agreed-upon dialect, but many of the different dialect groups use the same grammar and writing systems.
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