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  1. Uma segunda língua (L2) é qualquer língua aprendida após a primeira língua ou língua materna (L1). Não é necessariamente uma língua que esta sendo numerada na ordem em que se é adquirida - o termo ‘’segunda’’ está para o que é distinto da língua materna.

  2. A second language (L2) is a language spoken in addition to one's first language (L1). A second language may be a neighbouring language, another language of the speaker's home country, or a foreign language.

    • beyond the level of input
    • slower than acquisition of L1
    • not directly influential
    • systematic stages of development
  3. Second-language acquisition (SLA), sometimes called second-language learning—otherwise referred to as L2 (language 2) acquisition, is the process by which people learn a second language. Second-language acquisition is also the scientific discipline devoted to studying that process.

  4. English as a second or foreign language refers to the use of English by individuals whose native language is different, commonly among students learning to speak and write English.

  5. A second language refers to a language that plays a significant role in the region where the speaker lives [citation needed], whether for communication, education, business, or governance. Consequently, a second language is not necessarily a foreign language.

  6. English is the third-most spoken native language, after Mandarin Chinese and Spanish; it is also the most widely learned second language in the world, with more second-language speakers than native speakers.

  7. Ethnologue (2023) The following languages are listed as having 45 million or more total speakers in the 26th edition of Ethnologue published in 2023. [4] This section does not include entries that Ethnologue identifies as macrolanguages encompassing all their respective varieties, such as Arabic, Lahnda, Persian, Malay, Pashto, and Chinese .