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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Pakistan

Urdu (اردو) is the national language (قومی زبان), lingua franca and one of two official languages of Pakistan (the other currently being English). Although only about 8% of Pakistanis speak it as their first language, it is widely spoken and understood as a second language by the vast majority of Pakistanis and is being adopted increasingly as a first language by urbanized Pakistanis.

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It is also worth noting the tiny presence of Urdu, the national language. While most educated people in Pakistan can speak Urdu, and almost everyone has at least a rudimentary knowledge of it, very few people speak it as a first language. Only the Sindhi cities of Hyderabad and Karachi are majority Urdu speaking.

www.quora.com/What-language-do-they-speak-in-Pakistan

Urdu is our National language and official language in some states. Where as more than 50% people speak English language as well and English is official language in some provinces. Pakistan is 3rd or 4th largest English speaking country in world.mother languages inucldes Punjabi, sindhi, baluchi, Pashto, kashmiri, hindko , siriaki, and pothari.

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This is the most common comment anyone from Pakistan will hear the first time they have a conversation with a foreigner. People are astonished that anyone from Pakistan, let alone a woman, can speak, read, and write in fluent English. The world expects us to be either the frothy-mouthed zealots or ...

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What language do Pakistanis speak.? Update: i'm serious. it's probably sounds like a stupid ? to you, but i really don't know. Follow . 4 answers 4. Report Abuse. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? ... Do Pakistani and Indian people speak the same language? More questions.

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and an Urdu-speaking audience. There are also some other languages that are spoken in Pakistan such as Pashto, Balochi, Sindhi, and Punjabi. Also, English is an alternate official language to Urdu in Pakistan, so many people are able to speak English fairly well in Pakistan.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pakistani_English

Pakistani English or Paklish or Pinglish is the group of English language varieties spoken and written in Pakistan. It was first so recognised and designated in the 1970s and 1980s. Pakistani English (PE) is slightly different in respect to vocabulary, syntax, accent, spellings of some words and other features.

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A lot of people here in the west make fun of the indian accent, but is the pakistani accent the same as indians? personally I think it's a bit different, but I could be wrong, I know usually pashto and balochi speakers have Iranic accents, so clearly they dont speak english like indians, but I am not sure about rest of pakistanis

www.parhlo.com/things-that-happen-when-you-cant-speak...

These are some of the struggles you’ll face if you can’t speak proper English in Pakistan; 1. People are going to label you “jahil” We’ve come to equate literacy with the ability to speak English. So if you can’t do that, I’m sorry, you’re illiterate. Source: desimartini.com 2.

www.uh.edu/~sriaz/thecountry/languages

THE LANGUAGES OF PAKISTAN. Philologists say that there are over 300 dialects and languages spoken in the country today and each is distinctly differently from the other. Some of the common languages are: Urdu: Urdu is the national language of Pakistan. It is a mixture of Persian, Arabic and various local languages.