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There are approximately 2,300 languages in Asia. Approximately 4.46 billion people use them; the most common Asian languages are Arabic, Bangla or Bengali, Japanese, Burmese, Punjabi, Filipino, Korean, Vietnamese, Telugu, Tamil, Malay, Thai, Mongolian, and Russian.

The importance of learning almost any other language apart from the above Asian languages opens up cultural horizons, new personal and professional opportunities, keeps the brain active, and inspires a better accepting of the range of our world.

Especially when it comes to Asian languages, dealing with Asian cultures truly makes learning one language of the Asian languages particularly exciting. There are also a large number of literary works from all over Asia, so for any language you choose from the list of Asian language learners, you will be remunerated for outstanding works such as novels and poems.

From a business perspective, learning some of the most widely used official languages in Asia is also very valuable. We live in a world full of global economic opportunities. For example, speaking Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Russian or Hindi can provide you with a competitive advantage and open many doors to the business world.

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What is Sino-Tibetan language family?

Regardless of the Sino-Tibetan language’s origin, the list of modern Sino-Tibetan languages includes more than 400 languages and dialects, spoken by approximately 1.5 billion people.

A more complex and powerful calculation method provides evidence to support the hypothesis that the Sino-Tibetan language originated in northern China and began to split into branches about 5,900 years ago.

The origin and time of the Sino-Tibetan language family, with an estimated, 1.5 billion people in the world are the second-largest language family in the world and have been discussed for a long time. The ancestral languages that originated from all Sino-Tibetan languages originated in northern China about 4000-6000 years ago. Another view about Sino-Tibetan language is that, around 9,000 years ago, it devised in southwest China or northeast India.

The writers collected proof on the Sino-Tibetan language group and its speakers from studies such as genetics, computational biology, linguistics, archeology, and also gathered information on the growth of agriculture and its possible influence on human migration in the area.

Is there any Relationship between languages?

Historical linguists strive to define the relationship between languages, usually using a method called the comparative method. They look for related words in various languages that ensure similar meanings and have a collective origin among words from previous languages. Linguists then try to explain why words often don’t look exactly the same: what changes have occurred in the sounds, what additions have been made to the words, and what led to the use of these words in certain situations, as has been established in Indo-European linguistics, for example, The English word cow and the French word boeuf belong to the related word family derived from the reconstructed original Indo-European root word *gwou- (the asterisk represents the reconstructed form and hyphen). According to the general changes, the Indo-European language family and other language families are divided into the changes of the Romance, Germanic, and Slavic languages.

What are Tibeto-Burman languages and their subgroups?

Though the total number of Tibeto-Burman language speakers is only about 56 million, smaller than for Tai-Kadai or Mon-Khmer, the number of individual Tibeto-Burman languages is the largest of any family in East Asia /South East Asia. The relatively low overall total for Tibeto-Burman languages is the fact that its most populous language, Burmese, only has about 22 million speakers, while Thai about 45.5 million and Vietnamese about 55.4 million speakers has increased rapidly in recent decades.

Though the Tibetan-Burman speakers are only near 56 million, which is small than Tai-Kadai or Mon-Khmer, the number of individual Tibetan-Burman languages is the largest among East Asia and Southeast Asia. In recent decades, Burmese, its most populous language, is spoken by only about 22 million people, while Thai is spoken by about 45.5 million people, and Vietnamese is spoken by about 55.4 million people. This fact has increased dramatically in recent decades. The other subgroups of languages are Kamarupan, Himalayish, Qiangic, Kachinic, Lolo-Burmese, Karenic.

What is the Afroasiatic (Afro-Asiatic) language family?

The Indo-European language family is a family of languages in western and southern Eurasia, including most languages in Europe, and in the northern Indian subcontinent and the Iranian Plateau’s languages. From this family, few European languages, such as English, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Russian, and Spanish, were spread through interventionism in modern times and are now spoken in several zones. The Indo-European language family is divided into different branches or subfamilies among which there are 8 groups that still exist: Albanian, Armenian, Baltic Slavic, Celtic, Germanic, Greek, Hindi, and Italian.

The Indo-European language family is mainly represented by Indic languages; including Hindi (Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, etc.) and Iranian (Persian, Kurdish, Pashto, Baluchi, etc.), Slavic, Russian Greece, and Armenians. Although the word "Russian" may not remind you of Asians, Russian is widely used in Asia. Most of Russia's land is in Asia. Thereto, Russian is the official language of Asian countries like Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.

What is the Altaic language family?

The Altaic language family is named after the mountainous Altai, which is believed to be the origin of these languages. It includes 66 languages spoken by approximately 250 million people (ethnologists). Altaic speakers live in a vast area from northeastern Siberia to the Persian Gulf, from the Baltic Sea to China, most of which are concentrated in Central Asia. There is very little written information about the historical development of the Altaic language. For example, Mongolia’s earliest written records date back to the 13th century. AD and Manchu refer to FROM in the 17th century AD.

Altaic languages are usually separated into three major groups; Turkic (Chuvash, Uyghur, Uzbek Northern, Uzbek Southern, Tuvin, Yakut, Azerbaijani South, Azerbaijani North, Qashqai, Turkish, Balkan, Gagauz, Gagauz, Khorasani, Turkmen, Karakalpak, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Karachay-Balkar, Kumyk, Bashkir, Tatar, Japanese, Korean), Mongolic (Dongxiang, Buriat, Mongolian Halh, Mongolian Peripheral, Kalmyk-Oirat), Tungusic (Evenki, Xibe, Even, Nanai, Oroqen, Ulch, Negidal, Oroch, Udihe, Manchu, Orok).

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What are the Major Asian Languages' Name and where is Spoken?

Abkhaz, Abkhazi, or Abkhazian is spoken the North-West Caucasian family, Afghan is a language of Afghanistan and North West Pakistan and it is the official language of Afghanistan, Ainu language is connected with Altaic, Arabic language is basically of the Arabs, spoken in a range of dialects; the official language of Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, the Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Yemen.

Aramaic is an ancient language of the Middle East, spoken in parts of Syria and the Lebanon, Armenian is the language of the Armenians, Assamese is spoken in Assam, Azerbaijani language is spoken the Turkic branch of the Altaic family, Bahasa Indonesia is the official language of Indonesia: advanced form of Malay, Balinese language is spoken in Bali, Baluchi or Balochi, Bengali is the official language of Bangladesh and the primary language of West Bengal.

Bihari is the branch of the Indo-European family, and covering a number of highly differentiated dialects, Brahui is spoken in Pakistan, Burmese is the official language of Burma (Myanmar), Cantonese is spoken in Canton city; Guangdong and Guanxi provinces; Hong Kong, and to another place of China, and Chinese is the language of China, Circassian is spoken in Circassia, Divehi is spoken in Maldive Islands, Dzongka is the official language of Bhutan, Farsi is spoken in Iran and Afghanistan.

Filipino also called Pilipino which is the national language of the Philippines, and widely spoken in the Philippines, Gondi is spoken by the Gonds, Gujarati is the state language of Gujarat, Gurkhali is the language of the Gurkhas, Hebrew is the official language of Israel, Hindi is the language of India, Iranian is a branch of the Indo-European family of languages; it is divided into West Iranian (Old Persian, Pahlavi, modern Persian, Kurdish, Baluchi, and Tajik) and East Iranian (Avestan, Sogdian, Pashto, and Ossetic) languages, Japanese is the official language of Japan, Javanese is a Malayo-Polynesian language of Central and Eastern Java.

Kabardian is the Eastern dialect of the Circassian language, Kannada, Kanarese, or Canarese is the language of South India; Karnataka, and also spoken in Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, Karen is spoken by Thai, Kashmiri is the official language of the Kashmir, Khmer is the official language of Cambodia; belongs to the Mon-Khmer family, Kyrgyz also spelled as Kirghiz, Kirgiz and Qirghiz, and is a Turkic language of the Kipchak branch spoken in Central Asia and the official language of Kyrgyzstan, Korean is the official language of North and South Korea.

Kurdish is spoken by the Kurds, Lahnda is a dialect of Pakistan; related to Punjabi, Malayalam or Malayalaam is spoken in South West India, Mandarin is spoken in China, Marathi is the state language of Maharashtra, Mongolian is spoken by Mongolia, Nepali is the official language of Nepal; also spoken in Sikkim and parts of India, Oriya is the state language of Odisha, Pashto (Pushto) or Pushtu is a language of Afghanistan and NW Pakistan.

Punjabi is the state language of the Punjab, Shan is a dialect of Thai spoken by the Shan, Sindhi language is spoken in Pakistan and India, Sinhalese is the official language of Sri Lanka, Tadzhiki or Tadzhik is the language of the Tajik, Tagalog is the official language of the Philippines, Tamil is the state language of Tamil Nadu, also spoken in Sri Lanka and elsewhere, Tatar language is spoken by the present-day Tatars, Telugu is the language of South East India, and the state language of Andhra Pradesh.