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strike for them a similitude -- the inhabitants of the city, when the envoys came to it;


(நபியே! நம்) தூதர்கள் ஓர் ஊர்வாசிகளிடம் வந்த(போது நிகழ்ந்த)தை அவர்களுக்கு உதாரணமாகச் சொல்வீராக.

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see what similes they strike for thee: but they have gone astray, and never can they find a way.


(நபியே!) உமக்கு அவர்கள் எத்தகை உவமைகளைச் சொல்கிறார்கள் என்பதை கவனித்துப்பாரும்! ஆகவே, அவர்கள் வழிகெட்டு விட்டார்கள்; (நேரான) வழிக்கு அவர்கள் சக்திப்பெற மாட்டார்கள்.

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look how they strike for you comparisons; but they have strayed, so they cannot [find] a way.


(நபியே!) உமக்காக அவர்கள் எத்தகைய உவமானங்களை எடுத்துக் கூறுகிறார்கள் என்பதை நீர் பாரும்! அவர்கள் வழி கெட்டுப் போய்விட்டார்கள் - ஆகவே அவர்கள் (நேரான) மார்க்கத்தைக் காண சக்தி பெறமாட்டார்கள்.

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had we sent down this koran upon a mountain, you would have seen it humble itself and split asunder for fear of allah. such are the parables we strike for people so that they will reflect.


(நபியே!) நாம் ஒரு மலையின் மீது இந்த குர்ஆனை இறக்கியிருந்தோமானால், அல்லாஹ்வின் பயத்தால், அது நடுங்கிப் பிளந்து போவதாகக் கண்டிருப்பீர்; மேலும், மனிதர்கள் சிந்திக்கும் பொருட்டு இத்தகைய உதாரணங்களை நாம் அவர்களுக்கு விளக்குகிறோம்.

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we sent a revelation to moses saying, "take away my servants by night and strike for them a dry path through the sea. have no fear of being overtaken and do not be afraid."


இன்னும்; "நீர் என் அடியார்களுடன் இரவோடிரவாகப் பயணம் செய்து, அவர்களுக்காக கடலில் உலர்ந்த பாதையை உண்டாக்கிக் கொள்வீராக! (ஃபிர்அவ்ன் உம்மைப்) பிடித்துவிடுவான் என்று பயப்படாமலும், (கடலில் மூழ்கி விடுவோம் என்று) அஞ்சாமலும் இருப்பீராக!" என்று மூஸாவுக்கு நாம் திட்டமாக வஹீ அறிவித்தோம்.

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also we revealed unto moses, 'go with my servants by night; strike for them a dry path in the sea, fearing not overtaking, neither afraid.'


இன்னும்; "நீர் என் அடியார்களுடன் இரவோடிரவாகப் பயணம் செய்து, அவர்களுக்காக கடலில் உலர்ந்த பாதையை உண்டாக்கிக் கொள்வீராக! (ஃபிர்அவ்ன் உம்மைப்) பிடித்துவிடுவான் என்று பயப்படாமலும், (கடலில் மூழ்கி விடுவோம் என்று) அஞ்சாமலும் இருப்பீராக!" என்று மூஸாவுக்கு நாம் திட்டமாக வஹீ அறிவித்தோம்.

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and strike for them a similitude: two men. to one of them we assigned two gardens of vines, and surrounded them with palm-trees, and between them we set a sown field;


(நபியே!) இரு மனிதர்களை அவர்களுக்கு உதாரணமாகவும் கூறுவீராக! அவ்விருவரில் ஒருவருக்கு நாம் திராட்சைத் தோட்டங்களில் இரண்டைக் கொடுத்தோம்; இன்னும் பேரீத்த மரங்களைக் கொண்டு அவ்விரண்டையும் சூழப்பட்டவை ஆக்கினோம், அவ்விரண்டிற்கும் இடையில் (தானிய) விவசாயத்தையும் அமைத்தோம்.

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most certainly we revealed to moses: "proceed with my servants in the night and strike for them a dry path in the sea. have no fear of being overtaken, nor be afraid of treading through the sea."


இன்னும்; "நீர் என் அடியார்களுடன் இரவோடிரவாகப் பயணம் செய்து, அவர்களுக்காக கடலில் உலர்ந்த பாதையை உண்டாக்கிக் கொள்வீராக! (ஃபிர்அவ்ன் உம்மைப்) பிடித்துவிடுவான் என்று பயப்படாமலும், (கடலில் மூழ்கி விடுவோம் என்று) அஞ்சாமலும் இருப்பீராக!" என்று மூஸாவுக்கு நாம் திட்டமாக வஹீ அறிவித்தோம்.

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and strike for them the similitude of the present life: it is as water that we send down out of heaven, and the plants of the earth mingle with it; and in the morning it is straw the winds scatter; and god is omnipotent over everything.


மேலும், இவ்வுலக வாழ்க்கைக்கு ஓர் உதாரணம், அவர்களுக்கு (நபியே!) நீர் கூறுவீராக! "அது நாம் வானத்திலிருந்து இறக்கி வைத்த நீரைப் போலிருக்கிறது பூமியிலுள்ள தாவரங்கள் அதனுடன் கலந்(து செழித்)தன் ஆனால் அவை காய்ந்து, பதராகி அவற்றைக் காற்று அடித்துக் கொண்டு போய் விடுகிறது - மேலும், எல்லாப் பொருளின் மீதும் அல்லாஹ் ஆற்றலுடையவனாக இருக்கின்றான்.

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explained: rbi transfer of ‘surplus’ to governmentaugust 28, 2019the central board of the reserve bank of india (rbi) decided to transfer a sum of ₹1,76,051 ($24.4 billion) crore to the government of india (government) comprising of ₹1,23,414 crore of surplus for the year 2018-19 and ₹52,637 crore of excess provisions identified as per the revised economic capital framework (ecf).parivarthan is always and forever free. we how ever with the help and guidance of in-service officers are launching a current affairs oriented prelims test series. background :why government wanted it :the government has argued that relatively lower transfers crimped public spending for infrastructure projects and social sector programmes, considering the pressure to meet deficit targets and to provide space for private firms to borrow.why central banks(rbi) has to maintain it : after the global financial crisis when central banks had to resort to unconventional means to revive their economies, the approach has been to build adequate buffers in the form of higher capital, reserves and other funds as a potential insurance against future risks or losses.the balance sheet of central banks is unlike that of the institutions that it regulates or supervises. they are not driven by the aim of boosting profits given their public policy or public interest role.their aim is primarily ensuring monetary and financial stability – maintaining confidence in the external value of the currency, of course, is a key mandate.essentially, the economic capital framework reflects the capital that an institution requires or needs to hold as a counter against unforeseen risks or events or losses in the future.a higher buffer enhances the credibility of a central bank during a crisis and helps avoid approaching the government for fresh capital and thus maintain financial autonomy.the potential riskstraditionally, central banks have been factoring in risks such ascredit risk — when there could be a potential default by an entity in which there has been an investment or exposure.interest rate risk — when interest rates either move up or slide, depending on the price of which securities or bonds held by a central bank or banks can be impacted.operational risk — when there is a failure of internal measure these risks, both quantitative and qualitative methods are typically used.these include stress tests to evaluate worst-case scenarios such as collapse of banks, value at risk and so does the rbi generate surplus?a significant part comes from rbi’s operations in financial markets, when it intervenes for instance to buy or sell foreign exchange;open market operations, when it attempts to prevent the rupee from appreciating;as income from government securities it holds;as returns from its foreign currency assets that are investments in the bonds of foreign central banks or top-rated securities;from deposits with other central banks or the bank for international settlement or bis;besides lending to banks for very short tenures and management commission on handling the borrowings of state governments and the central government.rbi buys these financial assets against its fixed liabilities such as currency held by the public and deposits issued to commercial banks on which it does not pay interest.central banks do make money thanks to seigniorage, or the profits earned by issuing currency which is passed on to the owner of the central bank, the government.expenditure: the rbi’s expenditure is mainly on printing of currency notes, on staff, besides commission to banks for undertaking transactions on behalf of the government and to primary dealers that include banks for underwriting some of these borrowings.the central bank’s total costs, which includes expenditure on printing and commissions forms, is only about 1/7th of its total net interest income.what are these reserves, how will this amount help the central government and does this move harm the rbi?the reserve bank of india (rbi) has decided to transfer ₹1.76 lakh crore to the central government from its own reserves. what are these reserves, how will this amount help the government and does this move harm the rbi?where do the reserves come from?to understand what the transfer is, we must first understand where the funds come from. the central bank has three different funds that together comprise its reserves. these are thecurrency and gold revaluation account (cgra), largest and makes up the significant bulk of the rbi’s reserves.the contingency fund (cf) andthe asset development fund (adf).cgra fund, which in essence is made up of the gains on the revaluation of foreign exchange and gold, stood at ₹6.91 lakh crore as of financial year 2017-18. the cgra has grown quite significantly since 2010, at a compounded annual growth rate of 25%.the cf is the second biggest fund, amounting to ₹2.32 lakh crore in 2017-18. it is designed to meet contingencies from exchange rate operations and monetary policy decisions and is funded in large part from the rbi’s profits.the adf makes up a much smaller share of the reserves.revaluation reserve is a nominal reserve. contingency fund is a real reserve that the rbi built up from its earnings.transfer mechanism : it is a book entry really. there is no hard cash getting carried to delhi from mumbai. the rbi is the bank of the government and manages its cash anyway. so the amount is debited from the rbi’s books and gets credited to the government’s books maintained with the much should the rbi keep?this has been a contentious issue. the rbi and the finance ministry have been at loggerheads over how much should be transferred to the centre for a while. the most recent boiling over of tensions between the two was when the then rbi deputy governor, viral acharya, spoke up about the dangers of governments infringing upon central bank autonomy. one of the ways this was happening, he said, was in the government raiding the rbi’s coffers. the government countered that the rbi had reserves far in excess of what the global norms were and, so, should transfer the excess. finally, the government in november 2018 set up a committee under former rbi governor bimal jalan to look into the issue. that committee submitted its report, and the recent transfers have been made on the basis of its recommendations.what did the jalan committee recommend?the jalan committee, as it was called informally, is actually called the expert committee to review the rbi’s extant economic capital framework.the committee recommended that the rbi maintain a contingent risk buffer — which mostly comes from the cf — of between 5.5-6.5% of the central bank’s balance sheet.since the latest cf amount was about 6.8% of the rbi’s balance sheet, the excess amount was to be transferred to the government.the committee also decided, for the year under consideration, to use the lower limit of 5.5% of the range it, basically, whatever was excess of 5.5% of the rbi’s assets in the cf was to be transferred. that amount was ₹52,637 crore.regarding the rbi’s economic capital levels — which is essentially the cgra — the committee recommended keeping them in the range of 20-24.5% of the balance sheet. since it stood at 23.3% as of june 2019, the committee felt that there was no need to add more to it, and so the full net income of the rbi — a whopping ₹1,23,414 crore — should be transferred to the centre.that ₹1.23 lakh crore plus the ₹52,637 crore is what comprises the ₹1.76 lakh crore that the rbi has decided to transfer to the must be noted that this ₹1.76 lakh crore includes the ₹28,000 crore interim dividend earlier transferred to the centre and does not come over and above it.recommendation on a profit distribution policy has been endorsed by the central board meaning a more transparent and rule-based payout from next year, as in many other central banks, which could help narrow differences between the government and side of transfer :under section 47 of the rbi act, “after making provision for bad and doubtful debts, depreciation in assets, contributions to staff and superannuation funds and for all other matters for which provision is to be made by or under this act or which are usually provided for by bankers, the balance of the profits shall be paid to the central government”.does this harm the rbi?while it does not immediately do the rbi any harm, the fact remains that the central bank now has far less wiggle room in the event of a financial catastrophe, since its reserves have been emptied to their minimum levels or thereabouts.that is, it has the minimum amount to deal with a crisis, but extra cash always comes in handy.that said, given that the rbi’s transfers have now been as emptied as they can be, there is no scope for the government to rely on this source of funding in the near future.the government in its budget already accounted for a transfer of ₹90,000 crore from the rbi, and so the unexpected amount is ₹86,000 crore.this is a one-time bonanza and does not fix the fact that tax revenues — both direct and indirect tax — are coming in much lower than they need to.implications : reserves are a liability side item. after the transfer, the rbi’s liability side shrinks, but the asset side remains intact. so, the rbi can sell bonds from its asset side, or some of its other assets to shrink the balance sheet. but that will suck out liquidity from the system, something that the rbi has rectified after a lot of struggle in the recent past. instead, it can print more currencies and increase the liability side. so, the currency in circulation increases.what happens if currency in circulation increases?if the currency in circulation is more than the demand, then the currency loses its value. that means more inflation, and as the rupee depreciates, import cost also rises and that causes additional inflation. at a time when the rbi is officially mandated to contain inflation within a specific range, increased currency in circulation works against that goal. surely, the rbi will have to contain it at some will government benefit ?normally, the money is transferred to the consolidated fund of india from which salaries and pensions to government employees are paid and interest payments done, besides spending on government programmes.the large payout can help the government cut back on planned borrowings and keep interest rates relatively low.besides, it will provide space for private companies to raise money from markets.the rbi’s transfer of ₹1.76 trillion to the government should offset any revenue shortfall from lower tax buoyancy amid slower growth this year, allowing more room to boost spending.and if it manages to meet its revenue targets, the windfall gain can lead to a lower fiscal deficit. it will also make it easier for the government to meet its budget deficit target of 3.3% of gdp for fiscal 2020.the other option is to earmark these funds for public spending or specific projects, which could lead to a revival in demand in certain sectors and boost economic activity.criticism :statistics on goods and services tax (gst) collections for 2018-19 show that there was a shortfall of ~1 lakh compare to what was budgeted. this is not a minor slippage, but a windfall loss, or rather, a misplaced windfall gain.surviving on the fiscal front via windfall gains, and faltering when they do not materialise, has been an integral part of india’s fiscal trajectory in the last few years.this is unsustainable, and avoidable. rbi’s mandate is to pump-prime the economy via monetary policy, while the government has to manage the fiscal front. rbi’s extra transfer this year means it has effectively taken care of the fiscal task as well. this cannot be the norm.way forward :the bottom line however remains unchanged. india’s economy has weakened in the last few years. to reverse this trend and bring ‘animal spirits’ back, government needs to unleash a new round of reforms which encompass factors of production such as land, labour and capital.value addition :seigniorage is the profits governments make by minting currency. it is the difference between the face value of a currency note or coin, and its actual production cost.for instance, if the cost of printing a ₹2,000-note is about ₹4, printing one such note and putting it into circulation fetches a profit of ₹1,996.usually central banks ‘earn’ this profit and transfer it to the is normal to assume that whenever the it issues new currency, the rbi will pocket a profit. higher denomination notes earn higher profits.



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Click the translate icon whenever you want to translate the page you're visiting. The extension also automatically detects if the language of a page you're on is different from the language you're using for your Google Chrome interface.

What is the US inflation MoM? ›

Basic Info. US Consumer Price Index MoM is at 0.37%, compared to 0.05% last month and 0.40% last year. This is higher than the long term average of 0.29%.

What is inflation expected to be in 2023? ›

The annual inflation rate in the US is expected to remain steady at 5% in April 2023, the lowest since May 2021, but still much above the 2.1% average reported from 2000 to 2020. On a monthly basis, the CPI is projected to increase by 0.4%, significantly higher than the 0.1% rise observed in March.

What is the highest inflation rate in US history? ›

The two highest year-over-year rates of inflation in U.S. history were in 1778 and 1917. In 1778, three years into the American Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress was printing money to fund the war, which increased the money supply, leading to inflation. Inflation peaked at nearly 30% in 1778.

Which country has no inflation? ›

World's Lowest Inflation Rates

Many of the lowest inflation rates around the world are located in Asia, including Macau, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. In this region, widespread lockdowns strained growth and consumer spending, lessening inflationary pressures.

Will inflation go down in 2023? ›

The current trend is certainly positive, and experts generally agree that inflation is headed to a more favorable place — at some point in the relatively near future. Ben Johnson, Chief Operating Officer of Kapitus, says, “We expect inflation to remain above the Fed's 2% target rate throughout 2023

How long will inflation last? ›

Fed officials predict that inflation as measured by the Personal Consumption Expenditures index will still hover around 3.5 percent by the end of the year, with volatile food and fuel prices stripped out, and remain well above 2 percent through 2024.

Why is inflation bad? ›

In an inflationary environment, unevenly rising prices inevitably reduce the purchasing power of some consumers, and this erosion of real income is the single biggest cost of inflation. Inflation can also distort purchasing power over time for recipients and payers of fixed interest rates.

What is the expected inflation rate for the next 10 years? ›

The dollar had an average inflation rate of 3.08% per year between 2022 and 2030, producing a cumulative price increase of 27.49%. The buying power of $1,000,000 in 2022 is predicted to be equivalent to $1,274,870.28 in 2030. This calculation is based on future inflation assumption of 3.00% per year.

Is CPI the same as inflation? ›

CPI tracks the rate of change in U.S. inflation over time. This key economic metric is based on prices that consumers pay for goods and services throughout the U.S. economy. The percentage change in CPI over a period of time is referred to as the inflation rate.

Who is most hurt by inflation? ›

Low-income households most stressed by inflation

Prior research suggests that inflation hits low-income households hardest for several reasons. They spend more of their income on necessities such as food, gas and rent—categories with greater-than-average inflation rates—leaving few ways to reduce spending .

Who suffers most from inflation? ›

Inflation occurs when most prices are rising by some degree across the economy. Debtors gain from inflation because they repay creditors with money that is worth, less in terms of purchasing power. And creditors lose the most, as they lend money when the value was high and get it back when it loses some of the value.

Who gains most from inflation? ›

In summary: Inflation will hurt those who keep cash savings and workers with fixed wages. Inflation will benefit those with large debts who, with rising prices, find it easier to pay back their debts.

Who controls inflation rates? ›

Key Takeaways

Governments can use wage and price controls to fight inflation. These policies fared poorly in the past, leading governments to look elsewhere to control the economy. Governments may pursue a contractionary monetary policy, reducing the money supply within an economy.

What will happen if CPI is high? ›

When the CPI gets too high, the Fed will incorporate interest rate hikes to cool inflation. Its goal is to bring prices back down without heavily impacting demand. However, rising interest rates tend to cause stock markets to sell off as investors take a risk-off stance and invest in fixed-income instruments.

What happens when CPI is too high? ›

An increased CPI can depress bond prices, too. Fixed-income investments tend to lose value during inflation. Investors demand higher yields on these investments to make up for the loss in value as a result.

Why is US inflation so high? ›

Money supply: When people experience an increase in income or spending opportunities, they are more likely to spend before they save. This often causes more demand than there is supply. This cause is linked to demand-pull inflation.

What to do with money when inflation is high? ›

What are the best investments to make during inflation?
  1. Real estate. Real estate is almost always an excellent investment and should be at the top of your list. ...
  2. Savings bonds. ...
  3. Stocks. ...
  4. Silver and gold. ...
  5. Commodities. ...
  6. Cryptocurrency.

What is the best thing to do when inflation is high? ›

What to do during inflation: 10 ways to maximize the buying power of your dollar
  1. Check your interest rates. ...
  2. Consider opening a high yield savings account. ...
  3. Consider a money market account. ...
  4. Keep investing your long-term savings. ...
  5. Explore the bond market. ...
  6. Consider sticking short-term savings into a CD. ...
  7. Make a budget.
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What are the 5 causes of inflation? ›

What causes inflation?
  • Demand-pull. The most common cause for a rise in prices is when more buyers want a product or service than the seller has available. ...
  • Cost-push. Sometimes prices rise because costs go up on the supply side of the equation. ...
  • Increased money supply. ...
  • Devaluation. ...
  • Rising wages. ...
  • Monetary and fiscal policies.
May 19, 2023

What is an example of inflation? ›

Example: if petrol prices increase much more than the prices of other goods and services, people who use a car frequently may “feel” a rate of inflation that exceeds the HICP because their personal expenditure on petrol is higher than average.

What is inflation in simple terms? ›

Inflation refers to a broad rise in the prices of goods and services across the economy over time, eroding purchasing power for both consumers and businesses. In other words, your dollar (or whatever currency you use for purchases) will not go as far today as it did yesterday.

What are the three main price indexes? ›

External links
  • Consumer Price Index (CPI) data from the BLS.
  • Producer Price Index (PPI) data from the BLS.

What are the three types of price indexes? ›

Price indexes are an important part of procurement, as they provide insight into the current market price of goods and services. Different types of index exist such as the Consumer Price Index (CPI), Wholesale Price Index (WPI) and Producers' Price Index (PPI).

Why is index number important? ›

Index number helps the Government to formulate its price policies. They are also used to evaluate the purchasing power of money. Index numbers are also being used for forecasting business and economic activities, business cycles etc.

What three factors affect inflation? ›

The main causes of inflation can be grouped into three broad categories:
  • demand-pull,
  • cost-push, and.
  • inflation expectations.

What is the core CPI of the United States? ›

The Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the changes in the price of goods and services, excluding food and energy. The CPI measures price change from the perspective of the consumer. It is a key way to measure changes in purchasing trends and inflation.

How do you calculate real income? ›

Real Income Formula

Three basic real income formulas include the following: Wages - (wages * inflation rate) = real income. Wages / (1 + Inflation Rate) = real income. (1 – Inflation Rate) * Wages = real income.

How many languages does Google Translate have 2023? ›

As of May 2023, Google Translate supports 133 languages at various levels, and as of April 2016, claimed over 500 million total users, with more than 100 billion words translated daily, after the company stated in May 2013 that it served over 200 million people daily.

What is the most uncommon language in Google Translate? ›

The answer is Odia, also known as Oriya.

What are the rare languages on Google Translate? ›

Meanwhile, the rarest addition, Sanskrit, remains in use by just 20,000 individuals in India. Other tongues such as Aymara and Guarani come from South America, while Krio, Lingala, and others can trace their origins back to nations across Africa.

Which is the newest language? ›

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What will be the international language in 2050? ›

According to the Engco Forecasting Model explained above, the 5 most spoken languages in 2050 will be Mandarin, Spanish, English, Hindi and Arabic. The key drivers behind the continued rise in popularity of these languages include population growth, economic predictions and national language policy.

Who has the most language translations? ›

Chinese is one of the most translated languages. The population of China is over 1 billion, and there are also 1.3 billion native Chinese speakers. That accounts for 16% of the world's population!

What's the rarest language in the world? ›

Kawishana is the rarest language in the world.

What is least spoken language in the world? ›

Current data states that there are only 7 remaining speakers of the language. Written records are available, such as a dictionary and several books that show the grammar and syntax of the Dumi language. Dumi is the world's least spoken language and one of the rarest.

What is the most expensive language to translate? ›

1. Chinese – Due to the large number of characters in the Chinese language, it can be very time-consuming and an expensive language to translate. Additionally, there is a limited pool of qualified Chinese translators. There are four primary languages in China: Mandarin, Wu, Yue (Cantonese), and Min.

What is the world's most accurate translator? ›

Millions translate with DeepL every day. Popular: Spanish to English, French to English, and Japanese to English.

What is the hardest to translate? ›

Interestingly, the hardest word in the world to translate is Ilunga. This word belongs to the Luba-Kasai or Tshiluba language, which is spoken by more than 6 million speakers in the Democratic Republic of Congo. So, what does Ilunga mean?

What is the easiest language to learn? ›

We've used data from the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) to rank them from the easier to the somewhat more challenging.
  • Frisian. ...
  • Dutch. ...
  • Norwegian. ...
  • Spanish. ...
  • Portuguese. ...
  • Italian. ...
  • French. ...
  • Swedish.
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What is the sweetest language in the world? ›

According to a UNESCO survey, Bengali has been classified as the sweetest language in the world. As a language, Bengali is widely spoken all over India, including Assam and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The sweetest language in the world is also recognized in the Constitution of India.

What is the oldest language still spoken? ›

1. Tamil (5000 years old) - Oldest Living Language of the World. Source Spoken by 78 million people and official language in Sri Lanka and Singapore, Tamil is the oldest language in the world. It is the only ancient language that has survived all the way to the modern world.


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