The main languages of China are Mandarin Chinese (by far the most common, the one normally taught in foreign countries), Wu (Shanghainese), Cantonese (Hong Kong) and Min (Southeast China).
cantonese and mandarin
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Mandarin is spoken over 70% of Chinese people, and Chinese is not a language.
The official language of both countries is Chinese.For the languages of the People's Republic of China, click here.For the languages of Taiwan (Republic of China), click here.
Chinese and Mandarin
Many countries in the world speak non Indo-European languages as their main or official languages, such as Israel Egypt Saudi Arabia Iraq China Japan Korea Hungary Finland
It depends on what you mean by "main languages". Here is a list of languages with the most native speakers:MandarinEnglishSpanishHindi-UrduArabicBengaliPortugueseRussianJapanesePunjabi
English and French are the two main languages of Canada.
The standard language in China is Mandarin, though other regional languages such as Cantonese, Wu, Hakka, Xiang and Gan are also spoken by millions of Chinese people around the world.
The two main languages spoken are Spanish and Portuguese and we continue to speak them because over the years they have become our native languages.
If you are referring to the United States, the main language is English.If you are referring to the American continents, there are about 10 main languages and over 200 minor languages. The main languages include:EnglishSpanishPortugueseFrenchDutchGuaraniQuechua