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  1. Hace 1 día · Today, the individual Indo-European languages with the most native speakers are English, Hindustani, Spanish, Bengali, French, Russian, Portuguese, German, and Punjabi, each with over 100 million native speakers; many others are small and in danger of extinction.

    • † indicates this branch of the language family is extinct
    • Proto-Indo-European
  2. Hace 2 días · The approximate present-day distribution of Indo-European languages within the Americas by country: Romance: Spanish Portuguese French Germanic: English Dutch This is a list of languages in the Indo-European language family. It contains a large number of individual languages, together spoken by roughly half the world's population.

  3. Hace 2 días · The Indo-European migrations were hypothesized migrations of Proto-Indo-European language (PIE) speakers, and subsequent migrations of people speaking derived Indo-European languages, which took place approx. 4000 to 1000 BCE, potentially explaining how these languages came to be spoken across a large area of Eurasia, spanning from the Indian su...

  4. Hace 3 días · Smaller phyla of Indo-European found in Europe include Hellenic (Greek, c. 13 million), Baltic (c. 7 million), Albanian (c. 5 million), Celtic (c. 4 million), and Armenian (c. 4 million); Indo-Aryan, though a large subfamily of Indo-European, has a relatively small number of speakers in Europe (Romani, c. 1.5 million).

    Speakers In Europe(native)
    Northwest Caucasian, Abazgi
    Northwest Caucasian, Circassian
    Albanian (Shqip)ArbëreshArvanitika
    5,367,0005,877,100 (Balkans)
    Indo-European, Romance, Western, West ...
  5. 22 de sept. de 2023 · Published 22 September 2023 Insights, Research and Linguistics There are over 100 European languages spoken today. To celebrate European Day of Languages, Matt Norton looks at where these languages come from, how they’re connected, and how they got to where they are now.