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A number of languages can be heard in Egypt but the official language is the Modern Standard Arabic. Other languages spoken include Egyptian Arabic which is spoken by 68% of the population, Sa'idi Arabic, Domari, Eastern Egyptian Bedawi Arabic, Siwi, Nobiin and Beja among others. ... Other languages such as Italian, Greek, and Armenian are used by the immigrants in the country.What is the major language and religion of Egypt?
Islam is the official religion of Egypt and the vast majority of Egyptians are Muslim, mostly Sunni. Their religion is not just something they practice, it is something they live.What is the dominant language spoken in Egypt?
Arabic came to Egypt in the 7th century, and Egyptian Arabic has become the modern spoken language of the Egyptians and is understood by almost all Egyptians. In southern Egypt, Saidi Arabic is the main spoken language for most non-urbanized people. ... Egyptian Arabic is the commonly spoken language, and is occasionally written in Arabic script, or in Arabic chat alphabet mostly on new communication services.What language is used in Egypt?
The national language of modern-day Egypt is Egyptian Arabic, which gradually replaced Coptic as the language of daily life in the centuries after the Muslim conquest of Egypt. Coptic is still used as the liturgical language of the Coptic Church.