USA Language

 Although the United States of America does not have an official language, the most commonly used language in united states of America is English (specifically, American English), which is also considered as a national language of the country, and the only 1 language spoken at their homes by approximately 78 percent of the U.S. population. There are several kind of other languages are also spoken at home, especially Spanish language(13.4 percent of the population), according to the American Community Survey (ACS) of the U.S. Census Bureau; these include the indigenous languages and languages brought to the United states of America by people from Europe, Asia and Africa. However, Mostly speakers of these languages are bilingual (a person who speaks 2 or more than 2 languages) and also speak English in the country. Although 21.5 percent of U.S.A residents report that At their homes they speak a language other than English, only 8.5 percent speak English language less than "very well." Several other languages, notably Sign and Creoles language, have developed in the United States of America. Approximately there are 430 languages spoken or signed by the population, of which 176 languages are indigenous to the area. 52 languages formerly spoken in the country's territory are now.

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