Number of people speaking Hebrew: Approximately 5 to 6 million
The Hebrew language is a Canaanite language that was developed in the kingdoms of Judah and Israel in the tenth century BC.
The language has survived over the years primarily because it is used in Jewish religious ceremonies.
The use of the language in the Hebrew Bible has helped but it is believed that the Dead Sea Scrolls from around the turn of the Common Era has helped make the current format of the Hebrew language as popular as it is today.
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