Question: What language do Afghans speak?

What language is mostly spoken in Afghanistan?

Dari and Pashto are the official and most widely spoken languages, by 77% and 48% of the population respectively. Dari, or Farsi, is the official name of the variety of Persian spoken in the country, and is widely used as a lingua franca.

Is Dari and Farsi the same?

Farsi and Dari are two dialects of the same language, mutually intelligible in written format, but very different when spoken. Make sure you know if your audience speaks Farsi, Dari, or Tajik. Pashto is a different language than Dari and Farsi.

Does Afghanistan speak Arabic or Farsi?

Afghanistan has two official languages, Pashto and Dari. However, most Dari speakers natively call their language Farsi or Persian.

Is Afghan and Persian the same?

Naderi says that while the Persian spoken in Afghanistan and neighboring Iran have distinct accents and variations in vocabulary and usage, the language is the same. There are dozens of regional variations of Persian inside Iran and Afghanistan, Naderi says.

What is the main religion of Afghanistan?

Islam Islam is the official religion of Afghanistan and the majority of the population is Muslim (approximately 99.7%). There are some very small residual communities of other faiths, including Christians, Sikhs, Hindus and Bahai.

Is there any Hindu in Afghanistan?

Hinduism in Afghanistan is practiced by a tiny minority of Afghans, believed to be about 50 individuals, who live mostly in the cities of Kabul and Jalalabad.

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