The Beautiful World of Languages
The world is filled with many different languages. Look at the continent of Europe, for example. None of the countries in that continent share the same primary language, whereas almost everyone in North America’s native tongue is English. Europe and America share the same alphabet but did you that other languages have their own alphabet?
Take Hebrew, mainly spoken in Israel, and Arabic, the primary language of the Middle East whose alphabet looks like intricate shapes to us and is read from right to left. Mandarin, spoken in China, is considered the most complex language in the world. This map confirms that Latin – or English – is the universal language.