The United States is a linguistically diverse country, with many different languages spoken within its borders. English is the most widely spoken language and is the de facto national language, but there are also many speakers of Spanish, Chinese, French, and many other languages.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the top five languages spoken in the United States (other than English) are Spanish, Chinese, French, Tagalog (a language spoken in the Philippines), and Vietnamese. These languages are spoken by a significant portion of the U.S. population, and many Americans are bilingual or multilingual.
There are also many other languages spoken in the United States, including Arabic, Korean, German, Russian, Portuguese, and many more. The United States is home to people from all around the world, and this diversity is reflected in the wide range of languages spoken in the country.