Which country in Africa speaks Chinese?

Which countries have Chinese as their official language?

Countries that Speak Chinese

Mandarin is the official language of Mainland China and Taiwan. It is also an official language in Singapore. Additionally, Mandarin is spoken in Hong Kong (China S.A.R.) and Macau (China S.A.R.), as well as in Malaysia and Tibet.

Which country spoke Chinese?

Countries and Languages

Chinese Speaking Countries and Territories
China Hong Kong Macau
Tibet (Tibet Autonomous Region within PR China) Singapore Taiwan (Republic of China)
Countries with a significant number of Chinese speaking population (more than 5 million)
Indonesia (Java and Bali) Peninsular Malaysia Thailand

Where is Chinese spoken most?

Mandarin Chinese is most widely spoken in northern and southwestern China. But the most common language in Hong Kong and Macau is Cantonese. Similarly, Mandarin is not the only language of Taiwan.

What country speaks English?

Nations in which English is an official language (de facto or de jure). Anglosphere countries are those where English is the main native language. All areas of the world that were ever part of the British Empire.

Sovereign states.

No. 13
Country Mauritius
Region Africa / Indian Ocean
Population 1,262,000

Which language is spoken most in world?

English is the largest language in the world, if you count both native and non-native speakers. If you count only native speakers, Mandarin Chinese is the largest. Mandarin Chinese is the largest language in the world when counting only first language (native) speakers.

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What’s the hardest language to learn?

Generally, if you’re an English speaker with no exposure to other languages, here are some of the most challenging and difficult languages to learn:

  • Mandarin Chinese.
  • Arabic.
  • Vietnamese.
  • Finnish.
  • Japanese.
  • Korean.

Which country speaks Russian?

Russian is the official language of Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, and it’s considered an unofficial lingua franca in Ukraine and many former Soviet countries. These include Azerbaijan, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

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