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Language is a means of communication among people.

Major language families by number of native speakers

  1. Indo-European languages (Europe, Southwest to South Asia, America, Oceania)
  2. Sino-Tibetan languages (East Asia)
  3. Niger-Congo languages (Sub-Saharan Africa)
  4. Afro-Asiatic languages (North Africa to Horn of Africa, Southwest Asia)
  5. Austronesian languages (Oceania, Madagascar, Southeast Asia)
  6. Dravidian languages (South Asia)
  7. Altaic languages (Central Asia)
  8. Austro-Asiatic languages (Southeast Asia)
  9. Tai-Kadai languages (Southeast Asia)
  10. Japonic languages (Japan)

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_language_families

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