Top Languages People Want to Learn

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Top Languages People Want to Learn

You may have been wondering, what are the top languages people want to learn around the world?  Well, we’re glad to inform you that the Panini team was able to find out some of this information early on in our activities.  Prior to our launch, we conducted surveys with our target audiences to find out what exactly those top languages people wanted to learn most were. 

Through surveys on Reddit and other online platforms, as well as our pre-launch sign up SplashThat, were able to pull data from a fairly considerable sample size. From our data we were able to discover the top 5 language people wanted to learn in both Latin America and Europe. You could say the results were quite interesting and caused us to wonder why some of these languages were what people wanted to learn most.  

These were the top 5 languages people were learning in Europe:

1.         English
2.         Korean
3.         Japanese
4.         French
5.         German

These were the top 5 language people were learning in Latin America:

1.         English
2.         Italian
3.         French
4.         German
5.         Portuguese

Looking at the results, we weren’t too surprised to find out that in both Europe and Latin America, people wanted to learn English the most.  After all, English is the most commonly spoken language in the world when measuring by total number of speakers.  However, we were surprised to find that Chinese did not make it on this list.  Chinese is the second most spoken language in the world when measuring by total number of speakers. Third is Hindi and fourth is Spanish (if you’re interested in finding out more about the most spoken languages in the world, you should definitely check out this top 10 list from Babbel).  Considering that, we were also surprised to see that those two languages did not make it on the list as well.  Additionally, we also questioned why Korean was the second most learned language in Europe.

All in all, the data we pulled certainly stimulated our curiosity and led us to wonder if this list of top languages people wanted to learn most would change if we re-measured amongst our accumulated users.  Now that the Panini App has launched and is steadily growing in active users, we will be sure to update you guys on this list and share some of our interesting insights!

By the way, if you haven’t seen any of our videos from our team of language content creators, be sure to check them out here!

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