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The official language in all Asian countries

The continent of Asia is home to a large variety of languages ​​and dialects from different families such as Chinese, Turkish, Caucasian, Indo-European, Austro-Asiatic, and Afro-Asiatic.

The official language in all Asian countries

This last family, Afro-Asiatic, is to which Arabic belongs, and it is among the most common languages ​​in Asia, and the number of its speakers there is estimated at more than 230 million people.

Below we take a quick look at the official languages ​​of all countries in Asia.

Most spoken language in Asia

With over 1.2 billion speakers, Chinese is the most spoken language in Asia, as well as the most spoken language in the world as a first language.

The Chinese language is divided into a wide range of dialects, and the largest number of its users live in China and nearby countries such as Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia.

Chinese is an official language in China, Taiwan, Singapore , Macau, and Hong Kong, and is also one of the six official languages ​​of the United Nations.

Arabic

Arabic ranks sixth in terms of the number of speakers in Asia after Indonesian (240 million speakers), Russian (260 million speakers), English (300 million speakers) and Hindi (550 million speakers).

As mentioned above, the Arabic language belongs to the Afro-Asiatic languages, the same family from which the Berber language, the Amharic language and the Hebrew language evolved.

Most of the speakers of this language live in the Arab countries in the western part of the continent, and the countries that take it as an official language are:

  • the two seas
  • Iraq
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Sultanate of Oman
  • Palestine
  • Diameter
  • the Arab kingdom
  • Syria
  • Arab Emirates
  • To whom

The official language in all Asian countries

all Asian countries

#CountriesLanguages
1JordanArabic
2KazakhstanRussian, Kazakh
3North KoreaKorean
4South KoreaKorean
5KuwaitArabic
6KyrgyzstanRussian, Kyrgyz
7LaosLaotian
8LebanonArabic
9MacauPortuguese, Mandarin
10Malaysiamalay
11the moldive IslandsDhivehi
12MongoliaMughal
13MyanmarBurmese
14NepalNepali
15thSultanate of OmanArabic
16PalestineArabic
17PakistanEnglish, Urdu
18The PhilippinesFilipino, English
19DiameterArabic
20Kingdom Saudi ArabiaArabic
21SingaporeEnglish, Malay, Standard Chinese, Tamil
22Sri LankaSinhala, Tamil, English
23SyriaArabic
24TaiwanMandarin
25TajikistanTajik, Russian
26ThailandThai
27East TimorPortuguese, Tetum
28TurkeyTurkish
29TurkmenistanTurkmen
30The United Arab EmiratesArabic
31UzbekistanUzbek
32VietnamVietnamese
33To whomArabic
34AfghanistanPashtun, Persian Dari
35ArmeniaArmenian
36AzerbaijanAzeri
37the two seasArabic
38Bangladeshbangla 
39Bhutandzonkia
40Brunei DarussalamMalay, English
41KhmerCambodia
42ChinaMandarin
43CyprusGreek, Turkish
44GeorgiaGeorgian
45IndiaHindi, English
46IndonesiaIndonesian
47IranPersian
48IraqArabic, Kurdish
49IsraelHebrew, Arabic (semi-formal)
50JapanIt has no official language (the common language is Japanese)


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