But What’s Second Best

You may not know the primary language spoken in a country that you’re visiting, but maybe you have a working knowledge of the most important second language spoken. Movehub has created this fascinating infographic highlighting the second most common language for many nations. Even if you don’t speak Spanish, when you visit Argentina you can get by with the Italian you picked up hanging out at your local pizzeria.


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1 Response to But What’s Second Best

  1. When I visited Luxembourg years ago, I was fascinated to find out about Luxembourgish. It’s an old German dialect spoken language in that country, and they also speak French, German and English. I hadn’t realized that there were still verbal-only languages still in existence.

    Although maybe things have changed in Luxembourg by now. It’s been a while.

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