Top Five Languages by Language Family

Guess the five languages with the most native speakers in each of the language families below.
Indo-European languages are separated
The Uralic languages are only three because there are no clear data
For 2019 according to Ethnologue. Source. Some common sense modifications are made.
Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: February 28, 2020
First submittedFebruary 28, 2020
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Average score58.6%
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Romance
Spanish
Portuguese
French
Italian
Romanian
 
Sino-Tibetan
Mandarin
Wu
Cantonese
Min Nan
Hakka
Turkic
Turkish
Uzbek
Azerbaijani
Kazakh
Uyghur
 
Afroasiatic
Arabic
Hausa
Amharic
Oromo
Somali
Niger-Congo
Yoruba
Igbo
Swahili
Fula
Kinyarwanda
 
Slavic
Russian
Polish
Ukrainian
Serbo-Croatian
Czech
Germanic
English
German
Dutch
Swedish
Afrikaans
 
Dravidian
Telugu
Tamil
Kannada
Malayalam
Gondi
Indo-Iranian
Hindi
Bengali
Punjabi
Marathi
Urdu
 
Celtic
Welsh
Breton
Irish
Scottish Gaelic
Cornish
Austronesian
Javanese
Malay
Sundanese
Tagalog
Cebuano
 
Uralic
Hungarian
Finnish
Estonian
(Sami Languages)
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Level 58
Aug 17, 2021
Nominated! This quiz is amazing
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Level 73
Jan 1, 2022
Great quiz
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Level 74
Jan 2, 2022
Great quiz. Got more than I thought I would, although it took a while to come up with some of them.
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Level 65
Jan 2, 2022
Awesome! Nominated. Can you add "Bretton"? I thought the T was repeated by analogy to Brittany.
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Level 57
Jan 3, 2022
*misses English*

*Misses German*

How am I so bad at this, I still get around 60% mostly???

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Level 47
May 20, 2022
I completely forget Russian
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Level 66
Jun 20, 2022
Great!
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Level 46
Jun 20, 2022
Surprised Burmese doesn't beat Hakka. also would be fun to include other categories like nilo-saharan, austroasiatic, or native American to make it harder.