Duolingo publishes data every year on their courses, which ones are growing in popularity, by country, etc. Let’s go over what that data tells us about the most popular Duolingo Languages!
What is the Most Popular Duolingo Language Course?
According to Duolingo, the most studied languages on the app around the world are:
How Many People are Learning Languages on Duolingo?
According to the Duolingo 2021 Language Report, there are over 500 million learners on Duolingo.
What Language has the Most Learners on Duolingo?
The language that has the most learners on Duolingo is English. The language with the second most learners on Duolingo is Spanish.
How Many Users are Studying Each Language on Duolingo?
I’ve searched high and low for this answer, but unfortunately, Duolingo does not publish these statistics. They used to publish them on the Duolingo Incubator, but it looks like that hasn’t been updated much since 2015.
What is the Least Popular Duolingo Language?
The least studied or least popular language on Duolingo is most likely High Valyrian.
Duolingo doesn’t publish this statistic, but I wrote this post about the shortest courses on Duolingo. A course that is short can be an indicator that there aren’t many learners.
The most updated languages with the longest Duolingo trees are also the most popular: English, French, and Spanish.
What is the Most Popular Duolingo Language by Country?
In the United States, the most popular Duolingo language is Spanish.
In Canada, the most popular Duolingo language studied is French.
In Mexico, English.
In Australia, the most popular language is a battle between Spanish and French.
In South Africa, the most studied language is Spanish.
Throughout South America, the most popular language is English.