The first letter of its english names are in alphebetical order.

now solve this one:

135269874

this is a different language --which one?

imtcb quoted this website:

http://www.zompist.com/million.htmJust to make it simple on myself, i imported the chart into Excel and wrote a simple formula:

=IF(AND(B86<D86,D86<F86,F86<C86,C86<G86,G86<J86,J86<I86,I86<H86,H86<E86),"YAY!!",IF(AND(B86<D86,D86<F86,F86<C86,C86<G86,G86<J86,J86<I86,I86<H86),8,IF(AND(B86<D86,D86<F86,F86<C86,C86<G86,G86<J86,J86<I86),7,IF(AND(B86<D86,D86<F86,F86<C86,C86<G86,G86<J86),6,IF(AND(B86<D86,D86<F86,F86<C86,C86<G86),5,IF(AND(B86<D86,D86<F86,F86<C86),4,IF(AND(B86<D86,D86<F86),3,IF(B86<D86,2,FALSE))))))))

(I know there is ways to simplify the formula, but it works for me)

None of those languages matched the 135269874 template.

Closest was Korean with it going 5 numbers deep.

Nahuatl - 4 numbers deep

13 Languages - 3 numbers Deep

118 Languages - 2 numbers Deep

70 Languages did not even make past the first number.

Of course the problem with this question of 135269874 is that what ever language it is suppose to be is a good chance it is not a standard western language. Which means that when language is Romanized, in particular Asian languages, that the alphabet is in a different sequence.