Question: What language do Tunisians speak?

What language is mostly spoken in Tunisia?

Tunisian Arabic Languages of Tunisia. Arabic is the official language, and most natives speak a dialect of Tunisian Arabic. Modern Standard Arabic is taught in schools.

Why do Tunisians speak French?

During the French colonization of Tunisia, French was introduced in public institutions, most notably the education system, which became a strong vehicle for dissemination of the language. From independence, the country gradually became arabized even though the public administration and education remained bilingual.

How many languages does Tunisia speak?

What Languages Are Spoken In Tunisia?RankCategory Of LanguageLanguage1Official languagesLiterary Arabic2National languagesTunisian Arabic3Minority languagesBerber languages4Main foreign languagesFrench, English, Italian, Turkish1 more row

Are Tunisians French?

Tunisians in France are people of Tunisian descent living in France. People of Tunisian origin account for a large sector of the total population in France.

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