Last edited by alfredo.astort; 06-29-2015 at 12:19 PM.
Really interesting indeed! It made me think of an article I read the other day that stated that one language dies every 14 days:
One Language Disappears Every 14 Days, New York City Plays an Unforeseen Role | Manhattan, New York, NY | News
Wow, this is really very interesting, because it´s very graphic and you can have a very good picture on how languages are distributed, and the subgroups within each language. Thank you Alfredo for sharing this.
It´s surprsing to see how Japanese, only showing Japan as its main region, and being so small greographically speaking, can represent a considerable part of the total...mmm
Les dejo este post de alfredo.astort muy insteresante!
Interactive map about european languages evolution
Oops, I´ve just found this thread here... Yesterday I posted this link showing the world´s most spoken languages... Here it goes again:
it should be one of the last posts
Los 9 idiomas más fáciles de aprender para hispanoparlantes
me encanto la infografia!!
sí, me pareció interesante y además, al ser tan gráfico me resulta más fácil de ver las proporciones a nivel general
Is there any criterion for how much knowledge is enough to be counted as language speaker in this Infographic ?
I took a look again, and the first paragraph at the top says the map provides the numbers of native speakers for each language, in millions...Is that what what you are asking?
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