What is the Official Language of Germany?

The official language of Germany is German.

But in the country, each region has its own dialectic. Almost all of the young people in Germany can speak English like their native language. Among the elderly population, the ratio of those who speak Russian is higher. Also, Spanish and French are the other foreign languages in the country.

German is one of the common languages of the world. It is one of the official languages of the European Union and the most widely spoken. Particularly in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Switzerland, the South Tyrol section of Italy, Belgium’s eastern cantons, some regions of Poland and Romania, and the Alsace-Loren region of France. More than 120 million people speak German in 38 countries, especially in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.

Features of Germany


German is known as a difficult language by English speakers. German is a difficult language with long words, deep grammatical rules, and pronunciations of all the muscles in the mouth. In German, there are quite long and difficult to pronounce words.  ‘Wachstumsbeschleunigungsgesetz’ (the law to accelerate growth) is an example.

The closest language to German is the English language. There are similarities with Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Iceland and Faroe dialects on this dial. The dialects are usually twisted. The sentence structure is usually in the form of subject + predicate + complement.

There are singular and plural divisions in German names. Unlike other western European languages, there are three categories of nominal attribution in German, according to four-state nominal adjectives (name state, complement, orientation and state of affirmation), status, gender and singularity/pluralism. Verb conjugation is weak, strong, and irregular.