Lebanon’s official National language is Arabic. Arabic Declared as The National Language in Article 11 of Lebanon’s constitution. Moreover, there are several various languages that are fluently spoken and used all over the country.
The other dominant languages are Arabic spoke in North Levantine dialect, English, Armenian, Frenchand Kurdish.
The English language has increased its impact on Lebanon right after the World War II. Lebanon’s various dialects play a vital role in molding its society. Moreover, it also has a great effect on its culture.