The latest edition of the World Language Survey, which measures the number of speakers of a language worldwide, lists English as the top-ranked language.
Spanish is number three, with Italian and French also making it into the top ten.
The latest edition lists the language as the world’s second-most spoken after English, followed by Mandarin Chinese, Russian and Japanese.
The study, which was conducted between January 2015 and March 2017, asked respondents to indicate the frequency with which they had heard a particular language, which can reveal patterns about the general language use of a population.
It was a question that has been asked frequently in recent years, with the number and number of people living in countries with a large percentage of speakers speaking a different language each year increasing over time.
In the survey, more than 40,000 people from nearly 60 countries participated, including 3,800 Americans, nearly 20,000 from Mexico and 2,000 Brazilians.
In order to make the list, the researchers considered two main factors: the prevalence of the language in the population and the frequency of language use.
They also looked at the language’s overall quality of life, which is based on four criteria: how often people speak the language, how frequently they learn a language, the quality of the media they use and their willingness to communicate with others.
The researchers then rated each language’s quality of language and overall quality on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 means the language is very good, 5 meaning the language should be taught in primary school and 6 meaning the English language should also be taught.
The language in question was spoken by more than 11 million people in the United States in 2015.
It’s spoken in nearly all of Latin America and the Caribbean, with most of the speakers in the Caribbean.
According to the survey results, Spanish is considered a top-performing language for its high levels of both the frequency and the quality, while Chinese, Japanese and Arabic are the most frequently spoken languages worldwide.