The German language was first used during the Habsburg Empire in eastern Europe. Spoken by the common people of the time, the language was used more for economic trading and business. Though the Empire fell well over a hundred years ago, German remains one of ten most-common languages, as it is spoken by over one hundred and twenty million people. It is the official language of Germany, as well as one of twenty of the European Union. However, it is also spoken in various other countries, like Poland, Italy, Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, and Austria. The language is spoken more frequently by European natives than French is, as 13.3% of Europe’s population uses the language daily.
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