5.2 Distribution of Languages

Language families are used specifically to certain nations.

There are 9 language families that have about 100 million speakers. The two language families with the most speakers are the Indo-European and the sino-Tibetan.

All of the language families are the Indo-European, the Altaic, the indo-Tibetan, the Japanese, the austro-asiatic, the Dravidian, the austronesian, the Niger-Congo, the Afro-asiatic family.

Animated map shows how Indo-European languages may have evolved
Animated map shows how religion spread around the world
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