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You can compare, learn and listen to SIX most popular languages in the world (English, Chinese, Japanese, French, Spanish, and German) here for free. This should help you while you are traveling, studying or working abroad, or talking to foreigners. "The best way to learn a language is by speaking a little every day." {Around the World in Six Languages} {Isn't it a great joy to have friends come from afar?}
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Chinese      您好. (nín hǎo)  Listen(Mandarin or Putonghua - official language of China)       Click to listen Shanghainese - a dialect of Wu Chinese spoken in Shanghai and the surrounding region
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Japanese    こんにちは.  Listen
French      Bonjour / Salut.  Listen
Spanish  ¡Hola!  Listen
German    Guten Tag!  Listen
 
 
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Top languages used on the web: 1. English, 2. Chinese, 3. Japanese, 4. Spanish, 5. German, 6. French
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