Asian languages

Sanka   Thu Jun 17, 2010 12:39 pm GMT
Only English and French are Global languages.

Arabic, Portuguese, Russian and Hindi are becoming also World languages.

Spanish, and Chinese are like the laggards languages of the XXI century.

PD. The problem of Spanish and Chinese is that they are regional languages spoken by around 20 million people as secondary languages. ALL LANGUAGE SCHOOLS AND EVEN THE HISPANIC VIVIRLATINO AND INSTITUTO CERVANTES GIVE SAME DATA that these 2 languages hav fewer than 14 million students..
Assam Freedom Front   Thu Jun 17, 2010 1:03 pm GMT
Hindistani is NOT even spoken all over India. U knobender.
minstrel   Mon Jun 28, 2010 3:45 pm GMT

Basque / Hokkienese (in peh-oe-ji):
lapur (thief) / lau-a (Chinchew: thief)
tchar (bad) / chha (pronounce as cha, bad)
gora (at the top) / ko (pronounce as go, at the top)
etche (house) / chhe (pronounce as che, camp, temporary house)
haguin (tooth) / gah-kun or khi-kun (the root of tooth)