What languages are spoken in Azerbaijan?

Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani language is the main language of Azerbaijan
Well...the national language is Azeri. But almost everyone prefers to speak Russian.
Their language used to be called Turkish also but in 1937 the russians made-up the word '' azeri '' for their nationality and language. The Azerbaijan Turkish is practically the same with Eastern Anatolia Turkish but in schools we learn the ─░stanbul accent so there are minor vocablary differences but still we can understand each other without translator. There is also Azerbaijan region in iran and many other regions who speak the same way as Azerbaijan Republic people and their number is around 30-40 million people and iran was ruled for 1.000 years by these people, not todays persians
Azeri is the official language of Azerbaijan. Russian is very widely spoken. Younger people are starting to see the importance of English.
Azeri is the official language of Azerbaijan. Russian is very widely spoken. Younger people are starting to see the importance of English.
The official language is Azeri but since it used to part of the USSR many people speak russian as that was the official language up until 1991. Turkish is also spoken due to their close proximity and many similarities between Azeri and Turkish.
Official langugage of Azerbaijan is azerbaijani.
Azeri
Azerbaijani
The 1 official language of Azerbaijan is Azerbaijani, spoken by about 92% of the population.

Azerbaijani, also referred to as Azeri Turkic or Azeri Turkish is closely related to Turkish, Qashqai, Turkmen and Crimean Tatar, sharing varying degrees of mutual intelligibility with each of those languages.

Russian is the most commonly spoken foreign language.

Here is a list of the 17 locally recognized languages of Azerbaijan:
  1. Armenian
  2. Avar
  3. Azerbaijani, North
  4. Budukh
  5. Georgian
  6. Judeo-Tat
  7. Khalaj
  8. Khinalugh
  9. Kryts
  10. Kurdish, Northern
  11. Lezgi
  12. Rutul
  13. Talysh
  14. Tat, Muslim
  15. Tsakhur
  16. Udi
  17. Turkish Sign Language

There is very little information available on Turkish sign language, but it's believed to be unrelated to other sign languages. It uses a two-handed alphabet, unrelated to the two-handed alphabet of British Sign Language.
Azerbaijani