The next big step in the evolution of the world’s language is here.
In this article we take a look at the world and the language that will guide its growth for the next few decades.
We’ll start with how the world has been learning the language since the 1950s.
We know from the first days of the internet that we’ve learned the world languages of the early internet.
So it makes sense to look at what the language of the first internet era is today.
In the years before the internet there was a wide variety of languages, but the most popular was Mandarin, the language spoken in China and the Philippines.
We can still find Chinese characters, but they are usually encoded in Latin characters, which are not the same as those used in modern computers.
Mandarin is a language that has grown in popularity throughout history and that we can learn today, even if we can’t speak it.
Chinese, which is now used as the world language by over 10% of the population, is spoken in a variety of countries, including India, Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, the U.S., Japan, South Korea, Australia and the United States.
But the most important place to start learning Chinese is in China itself.
The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has been building its national language system since 1949, when the first Chinese-language textbooks were published in English.
Today, there are over 200 languages in use.
In contrast, the country has only about 100 official languages.
Most of the official languages in China are based on the Chinese dialects of Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, Mandarin, Khmer, and other local dialects.
Even though the Chinese language has changed a lot in the past 100 years, the core features of the language remain the same.
People speak Chinese as either an official language in their home country, or as a dialect of Chinese, and they can also learn it as a writing system.
In fact, about two-thirds of all Chinese people speak Chinese in some way.
As the Chinese government’s national language, Chinese is the world standard.
However, it is still not widely spoken in many countries, and it is a rare language to hear spoken in most cities.
When the US was founded in 1776, English was the official language of Congress.
At the time, the English language was mostly spoken in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
But in 1801, the US Congress passed the National Standard Code of English, or NSEC.
This code set the tone for the rest of the United State’s official language policy.
NSEC was a document that outlined what was required for the government to officially promote and defend the country’s language.
This included a set of requirements for the pronunciation of English words.
The language in which words are pronounced is called the official tongue.
In some cases, such as in the case of the words “I love you” and “the sea,” the word in question is spelled with an umlaut.
By the end of World War II, English had become the official state language.
However by the 1950 and 1960s, the world was still learning the languages of China, Japan, and the PRC.
In 1959, the Chinese Communist Party began officially developing its national dialect of Mandarin.
Mandarin, a dialect that is the official official language for the Chinese state, is a fairly new language, and we can easily imagine how it has changed over the years.
It is hard to find a complete list of the various Chinese dialect varieties that have been used in the country.
It is a bit more difficult to find information about the languages spoken in the Philippines and the U of A, but both have a Chinese-speaking population.
The only Chinese dialect that has been spoken in Australia, though, is Cantoneso, spoken in northern Australia.
It was first spoken by the people of that region in the 1950, and is now the dominant dialect of the country, with about 50% of all Australians being Cantonesos.
Although it is difficult to know how many people speak Mandarin in Australia today, it would seem that Mandarin is the only official language spoken there.
English, the official international language of our country, has been around since at least 1871, when it was first written down.
It has been a widely used language since then, and in many parts of the globe.
However it is not the only one.
There are about a dozen different languages in the world, and languages are spread out over a wide range of environments.
The languages that are spoken in every country, even in a small island nation, are called languages of origin.
These languages are often called dialects, because they are derived from a language, like Spanish or French.
In general, dialects are usually based on dialects that originated in the same geographical region.