1. Chinese: 1.3 Billion Native Speakers Number of speakers makes it the most popular language in the world with at almost 1.3 billion native speakers, roughly a billion of whom speak Mandarin — but there is no doubt of its clout. If you wish to learn a language that one in six people in the world speak, this is the one for you. A tonal language with pictograms, it will certainly keep you busy and trust me guys it’s not the easy one and that is why you need to try harder to learn this one.2. Spanish: 430 Million Native Speakers If we are only to look at native speakers, Spanish has its little ahead of English with about 430 million speakers. If you want a language that will open up whole continents to you, Spanish is your best option. Around 75% of modern Spanish vocabulary is derived from Latin. Ancient Greek has also contributed substantially to Spanish vocabulary, especially through Latin, where it had a great impact.. But it is certainly the primary language of most of South and Central America, Spain, and, large swathes of the US.3. English: 380 Million Native SpeakersIf you’re reading this article you may be one of the 380 million-odd native English speakers, or one of the half a billion people who speak it as a second language just like me. This indicates the remarkable success of English as the business language, travel and international relations. The relative ease with which English can be picked up (especially compared with Chinese ) and the pervasive soft power of US culture mean that English will continue to dominate the world stage. For some, English is still synonymous with opportunity and a better quality of life and Indians are not the only one.4. Hindi: 280 Million Native Speakers. The world has more the 280 million of native hindi speaker mainly found in India and Nepal and other , while it is estimated that 140 million more people in India consider Hindi as there second language. As with all Indian languages, a so many Hindi words found in English were adopted during the British Raj in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It was envisioned that Hindi would become the sole working language of the Union Government by 1965.5. ARABIC: 245 Million Native Speakers. Arabic can also be considered as Marco language which has 245 million native speakers—spread across 60 different countries all over the world— and uses a range of different forms and varieties. The first Arabic words in English date from the 14th century, although many of the earliest examples are fairly rare and obsolete words like alkanet (a type of dye, 1343) and hardun (an Egyptian agama lizard, 1398). The modern written language (Modern Standard Arabic) is derived from Classical Arabic. It is widely taught in schools and universities, and is used to varying degrees in workplaces, government, and the media.