Czech has over 10 million speakers worldwide. Most people who know Czech also understand a lot of Slovak and vice versa.
Xhosa is mainly spoken in South Africa and uses a lot of click sounds. Many countries in South Africa have an anthem that was originally in Xhosa for example Zambia and Tanzania.
Benjamin talks about visiting his Grandparents in Turkey, his favourite Turkish food, meatballs and rice and his favourite Turkish story about a boy who loves to eat meatballs and rice!
There are over 50 million polish speakers worldwide, Polish uses most of the same alphabet as English but there are 9 letters that are different.
Punjabi is the 10th most widely spoken language in the world. 122 million people speak Punjabi as their native language.
Romanian is a Romance language which means it originally came from Latin. It is spoken by over 24 million people around the world.
German is the most widely spoken native language in Europe, with about 76 million native speakers
Greek is one of the oldest languages in Europe and is spoken by over 15 million people today.
Japanese is a very interesting language, spoken by more than 127 million people. Despite popular beliefs, Japanese is not related or derived from the Chinese language. Considered to be one of the most unique languages in the world, the Japanese language is said to have no direct derivation! How interesting is that!
Being bilingual has incredible advantages for children, and speaking a language like Arabic gives your child access to a rich language and a deeper understanding of many cultures.