About Malayalam Language
According to Wikipedia.org, The Malayalam language is the subgroup of the Dravidian language family. It is spoken as an official language in India in the state of Kerala and Lakshadweep. There are many bilingual communities in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu that speak this language. Currently, more than 35 million people are speaking Malayalam since the 21st century. Three different regional dialects are associated with Malayalam. There is a difference in all the regional dialects and the way they are spoken. Each caste has a different way to speak its dialect. Due to this difference, there is a differentiation among formal, literary, and colloquial speech. Malayalam is inspired by Sanskrit words while it is also influenced by Grantha script. Just like many other Dravidian languages, Malayalam has a series of retroflex consonants. Surprisingly, Malayalam has an infinite verb only for tenses. There are no verbs associated with number and gender.
About English Language
According to Wikipedia.org,
English is a West Germanic language and belongs to the Indo-European language family. English is spoken by the inhabitants of early medieval England. It is the official language of 53 countries. It is spoken as the first language and is spoken by 400 million people all over the world.
English is the most commonly spoken second language in the world. It is the language used for International communication in all parts of the world. English is spoken to hold communications related to politics, science, media, or art. It is also the language of entertainment and is used for socializing as well. If you have a good command of the English language helps you get more opportunities in life and your career.