Sign In | Register
Study Abroad Questions and Answers
Search For A Question
Question asked in Languages
What is language spoken in Cyprus?
Asked by: DevKapoor
Answers: 6
Views: 3200
Posted on Sat, 21 Jun 2008 16:44:28 GMT
Question Description
Which is the major language spoken in Cyprus? Which language is widely used in Cyprus? Will I get admission in Cypriot universities if I'm fluent in English?

The major languages spoken in Cyprus are Greek and Turkish. These are two widely used languages in Cyprus.

Rate it!
EduExpert answered 9 years and 5 months ago

There are two official languages which are spoken in Cyprus- Greek and Turkish. Greek is generally spoken in the south and Turkish is generally spoken in the north.

Rate it!
Michael22 answered 5 years and 4 months ago

There are only two national languages which are spoken in Cyprus:- One is Greek and other is Turkish. People living in the north generally speaks Turkish language and people in the south speaks Greek language.

Rate it!
Mike145 answered 5 years and 2 months ago

Cyprus has two national languages- one is Turkish and second is Greek.
People who lives in north speaks Turkish language and those who lives in south speaks Greek language.

Rate it!
Honey123 answered 5 years ago

Turkish and Greek are the two languages spoken by the people of Cyprus.

North people generally speaks Turkish languaage and south people speaks Greek language.

Rate it!
X-masgift answered 5 years ago

Generally, there are two national languages of people living in Cyprus - Turkish and Greek. Turkish language is spoken by the people of north and Greek language is spoken by the people of south.

Rate it!
Kurtas answered 4 years and 11 months ago
Ask Your Question
Ask your studying abroad related question here. Your question will be answered by experts and other EduCouncil QnA members.
Characters Left
Why should I ask?
EduCouncil doesn't guarantee the accuracy of the information available in EduCouncil QnA. Read Full Disclaimer
Help us improve. Give Feedback
Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Help | Contact
Copyright © EduCouncil 2008-2017