L1-L2 correlation
Everyone has a native language (L1), and some a second (L2) and even third (L3). There is reliable data for the total number of speakers and the number of native speakers of most languages. But what has not been researched is how those numbers are correlated. What second language do English native speakers speak most frequently? Is it more popular to learn Arabic or Chinese among Spanish native speakers?

With this survey we are trying to find and estimate for this dependence. All you need to do is enter your native language and all the second languages you speak at a comfortable level.

This poll is inspired by a review of the scientific literature on the topic after I had posted this question on languagelearning.stackexchange.com: https://languagelearning.stackexchange.com/questions/4087/how-many-people-in-the-world-can-i-speak-with-if-i-know-three-languages

The results will be published as an answer under the link above after enough data has been collected.

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