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The five ancient languages ​​of the world
five ancient languages 

There was a time when there was no language to communicate with people. They used to communicate with each other in different ways. Currently there are about 6000 languages ​​in the world. Some languages ​​are coming from ancient times. Finding the correct information about the origin of these languages ​​and determining the age of the language is a matter of controversy and difficult work. In Scripture, the language we use today is about 10 thousand years ago.

There is no end to debate about what was the first language. Nevertheless, after the study of linguists on many languages, it has come to the conclusion that there is a way to determine how old a language is. The language is found in the first text and its contemporary use can be understood by its time of origin. Let's know, what those languages ​​of the ancient world were.


Currently, 29 million people speak Arabic in the whole world. Arabic language originated in the Arabian Peninsula just before theadvent of Islam . The Arabic language used by the pre-Islamic Arab poets was very good quality. Their poems were originally published and saved in the face. In Arabic language, new words and terminology were made to ease the use of science and industry. The preachers of Islam went out to build a huge Arab empire beyond the Arabian Peninsula in the 7th century and established their capital at Damascus and later in Baghdad .

The first signs of this language are found in 512 CE. Arabic language is a language belonging to the Semitic tribe languages.Many countries of the Middle East, such as UAE, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait and Oman are the official languages ​​of Arabic.

Sanskrit: 2000 BCE

The origin of India's oldest language is about 2000 BCE. Although few in number, still some people speak this language. The influence of Sanskrit is above many languages. The primary language of the computer is based on Sanskrit. Researchers believe that the language of Indo-European languages ​​was created by the Tamil language. It is the language of the highest class of India. Most Hindu religious texts were written in this language. It is still one of India's administrative languages. Although Sanskrit is not used as a mother tongue, there is no use.

Greek: 1500 BCE

There was a time when the world's best philosophers and educationians used to think, talk and write in Greek language. Greek is one of the world's main civilizations and literature holders. Currently, about 1.35 million people in Greece and Cyprus speak this language, write. It is also one of the official languages ​​of the European Union. All living Indo-European languages ​​have Greek language equivalents with Armenians only. The written patterns were found in the language of 3,500 years ago, the oldest among the Indo-European languages. These languages ​​have enormous history . The oldest European language has survived as the Greek language.

Chinese Language: 1250 BCE

The first language is the Chinese to learn the world's largest number of people. The location of the Chinese language in the oldest language is the fifth. About 120 million people of the world consider Chinese as their main language. At the end of the Shan empire, this language is believed to have originated in about 1250 BCE. The earliest written forms of this language are thought to have been used in China 3000 thousand years ago. Although the Chinese language is Mandarin and the Republic of China ( Taiwan ) is the only official language, there are various forms of spoken Chinese.

Hebrew: 1000 BCE

Hebrew language is the native language of Israel . Currently, only 9 million people speak this language all over the world. Out of the 90 million speakers around the world, 50 million speakers of the language are in Israel . Hebrew is a member of the African branch of the Afro-Asian-language Semitic branch .According to the evidence, there are signs of its presence in 1000 BCE. The history of the Hebrew language is diverse. As early as 200 AD, it became extinct as a language of mouth.It was reborn as a spoken language at the end of the 19th and early twentieth centuries.

In different parts of the world (mainly fromRussia ) in present-day Israel (in the British Palestine ), Jews began speaking in themodern Hebrew language instead of their own native languages ​​such as Arabic, Idisic, Russian, etc. In 1922, Hebrew received the official status of British Palestine .

 Tamil: 300 BC

Up to 300 BCE, the foundations of its history were found to be believed to have originated in 2500 BCE. Currently, around 780 million people speak Tamil in the world. The Tamil language is mainly the Dravidian languageused in South India and Sri Lanka . Tamil language literature is more than 2 thousand years old and its written language has very little change. Tamil language life span 5000 years Its literary collection is vast, diverse and collected.

Tamil has been given the title of one of the longest languages ​​in the world. A study of 14 years ago shows that 1,863 news papers have been published in Tamil. In language-based research, lack of adequate information can be seen in most cases, but in this case, the exception is Tamil. The information collection of this language has been preserved for ages. For this contemporary use, Tamil is considered to be the oldest language in the world.

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