Question: What do Iraq speak?

What language is mostly spoken in Iraq?

Arabic While Arabic is the official language, there are some minority groups including a large Kurdish- speaking population in the North. The official state religion of Iraq is Islam.

Do they speak Farsi in Iraq?

Sizeable minority populations in other Middle Eastern countries (Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Yemen and the United Arab Emirates), also speak Persian, as do large communities in Europe, Turkey, Australia, the USA and Canada.

When did Iraq speak Arabic?

Since Aramaic survives even today through influence in Neo-Aramaic languages, it is considered the language with the lengthiest time of use of Iraq. Syriac was also commonly used until Arabic became the main language soon after the Islamic conquests in the 7th century CE.

Why is Arabic spoken in Iraq?

Arabic has been the primary language in Iraqs history since Islam has dominated the territorys religious landscape for centuries. Most of Iraqs population converse in Mesopotamian Arabic, which is an Arabic variant also spoken in Iran, Turkey, and Syria.

What is the oldest language in Iraq?

The oldest recorded languages of Iraq were Sumerian language Sumerian and Akkadian language Akkadian (including ancient Assyrian and Babylonian). Sumerian was displaced by Akkadian by 1700 BCE, and Akkadian was gradually displaced by Aramaic, from 1200 BCE to 100 CE.

How do you say hi in Iraqi?

The common verbal greeting is “Peace be with you” in Arabic (“Asalaamu alaikum”). The appropriate response returns the well-wishing: “Wa alaikum salaam” meaning “and peace be unto you”. Use a persons first name and title when greeting them unless they permit you to move onto a casual naming basis.

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