AimIsADickI know, but the dude was referring to a specific group, I contextually thought it was of English citizens, not speakers. (and here is another example where context isn't everything!)
Your reply is wrong and irrelevant in any context you read his post
AimIsADickIn that case, where exactly did you get that info? From what I checked on the site:
* Mandarin: https://www.ethnologue.com/language/cmn/
* English: https://www.ethnologue.com/language/eng/
Uh, both say more than 1 billion, so I can't tell which is more popular; but either way, I don't see any of their sources. (and btw see this about ethnolouge: I can't pay for their database https://www.science.org/content/article/world-s-largest-linguistics-database-getting-too-expensive-some-researchers.)
I provided a source and the list of most spoken languages is very easy to find on the site (took me under 20 seconds blind). Please attempt to check sources yourself before disputing them
AimIsADickAlso, did you seriously quote the CIA of all things?
The CIA World Factbook is a very reliable and highly regarded source
AimIsADickSo then why did he mention a "larger group of people"
A larger group of people does not necessarily refer to the entire population of the world, as you quoted me saying. You need to read posts before replying to them
AimIsADickLol no. most English tf2 youtubers are absolute garbage.
I said nothing about tf2 youtubers. Again, please read posts before replying to them
AimIsADickI didn't assume those demographics, spoke one language. I just included them because of them are not speaking english, but another language instead.
Yes you did
Also, could you please provide a sample of you speaking Esperanto? You're speaking Spanish in the link you provided and it makes me doubt your honesty :\