What are the Second Languages of Countries Around the World? [INFOGRAPHIC]
We often know a country’s most widely spoken language. In the US and UK, it’s English. In Brazil, it’s Portuguese. No surprises here. But what about a country’s second language? What’s the second most popular language in the UK or Brazil or, say, Saudi Arabia?
Moving abroad resource website MoveHub.com has created a number of intriguing infographics and maps portraying the second languages of the world and the parent languages these second languages derive from. Some languages won’t surprise you, like French in Canada or Spanish in America, but others aren’t so predictable.