Languages of USA

There are many USA languages are used in the United States. English is the most commonly used language in USA. There are also several local languages to North America or to different states or different Pacific region.

Basically, languages come to the country by immigrants or colonists from Asia, Europe or other parts of the world that are currently used by a large portion of the United States peoples. Approximately 430 languages are used or spoken by the population, from which 176 are indigenous to different area.

There isn’t any official language of USA at the federal level, but most commonly used language in USA is the American English. There have been a number of proposals to make English the national language of USA. The proposed constitutional amendments have attached to the immigration reform bills and one came from the Polish American Congress, but none them have become law through the amendment intact.

The most commonly USA language spoken by Native USA Speakers are: English, Spanish, Chinese, French and French Creole, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Korean, German, Arabic, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, Hindi, Polish, Japanese, Urdu, Persian, Gujarati, Greek, Bengali, Panjabi, Telugu, Armenian, Hmong, Hebrew.