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Indo-European languages

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Countries where Indo-European languages are spoken today.
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Countries where Indo-European languages are spoken today.

The Indo-European languages are a large language family. Linguists, scientists who study language, believe that all Indo-European languages came from a single language called Proto-Indo-European. This language was originally spoken somewhere in Europe or Asia, maybe in the Eurasian steppes, flat land between Europe and Asia. Today they are spoken all over the world, often because of colonisation.

The Indo-European languages with the most speakers are Hindi, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Bengali, Russian, French, German and Punjabi.

[edit] List of Indo-European languages

A list of Indo-European sub-families with language examples. See the sub-families for more information.

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