English, the second most spoken language in the world (Mandarin is the most spoken), has more words in it than any other language. But English speakers generally use only about 1% of the language. About 1/3 of the more than one million English words are technical terms.
Men and women are equally talkative, speaking about 16,000 words a day audibly. Very talkative people speak about 50,000 words per day. Thus said, about 80% of all talk communication is self-talk, talking to one self.
The longest word in the world is a Latin-based scientific word describing a process in the human cell. It is 207,000 letters long – enough letters to fill 80 typed sheets of letter-size (or A4-size) paper.
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