Ten Countries Where English Is Not Spoken

Spain.pngCarrying forward your heritage and keeping it as your foremost priotity is essentially important for an individual, afterall, this is what becomes the basis of his character and morales when it comes to developing a strong nation in general. Although English has grown really big conquering almost the entire world, there still are countries where English is not spoken as they believe their linguistic capabilities do not need an external support, in any form.

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10. Spain:


Knowing how to speak the language of Spain is very important in order to get a job which is why most of the foreigners find it difficult to find work here as the native language is appreciated more than any foreign language such as English.

09. Equatorial Guinea:

Equatorial Guinea

This is probably the only independent Spanish speaking country located in African continent. Here various languages are spoken such as Spanish (official), French, Portuguese and local Niger–Congo languages but English is not valued.

08. Argentina:


Many people know how to pronounce a few words in English since the last four or five years because of the tourism but the niche language is Spanish and French is also known by a lot of people.

07. Guatemala:


It is a Central American nation and has an extensive array of tourism and traveling. The major languages spoken here include Spanish, K’iche’, Kaqchikel, Q’eqchi’, and Mam as an indigenous languages but English is known by only a few people and that too is used only for travel purposes.

06. Saudi Arabia:

Saudi Arabia

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has some major capital cities like Jeddah, Makkah, Al Madinah, Dammam with Al Khobar and Dhahran and in all of those cities, Arabic is the majorly spoken language and it is appreciated even if a foreigner know how to speak a few words in the native language.

05. Republic of Djibouti:

Republic of Djibouti

It is the French territory of the Afars and the Issas and here various languages are spoken except for English such as French and Arabic (official); Somali and Afar. These languages are used for industries, by government, for transportation and common communication.

04. Monaco:


The facilities which have made Monaco world famous tourist destinations are the territory’s mild climate, impressive scenery and gambling but the languages spoken here include French (official), , Italian, and Monegasque (a blend of French and Italian) but sometimes English is favored for tourism and travel.

03. Burundi:


The spoken languages of Burundi are Rundi also called as Kirundi, and French (official), Swahili which is the trade and governmental language.

02. Madagascar:


It is also called as the Red Island or the Rainbow Island is populated by numerous ethnic groups of Malayo-Indonesian, diversified African and Malayo-Indonesian, and Arab lineage so the native languages here are Malagasy and French.

01. France:


French is the basic spoken language in France because the present population of France is actually made up of three basic European ethnic stocks such as Celtic, Latin, and Teutonic (Frankish).