What languages are spoken in Eritrea?

There are technically no official languages of Eritrea, as the Constitution dictates that all languages of Eritrea should be equal. The languages of Tigrinya and Arabic the main languages spoken throughout Eritrea. English and Italian are also widely understood.
There are technically no official languages of Eritrea, as the Constitution dictates that all languages of Eritrea should be equal. The languages of Tigrinya and Arabic the main languages spoken throughout Eritrea. English and Italian are also widely understood.
The most spoken languages in Eritrea are: Afar, Amharic, Arabic, Tigre, Kunama, Tigrinya, and Cushitic dialects.
Amharic
Aratria
Eritrea has no official languages. They have a category called "working languages" which are:
  1. Tigrinya
  2. Arabic
  3. English

It is estimated that about 67% of the population speaks Tigrinya, but statistics are unreliable.

Eritrea's 8 government recognized languages are:
  1. Tigrinya
  2. Arabic
  3. Tigre
  4. Kunama
  5. Saho
  6. Bilen
  7. Nara
  8. Afar

Here is a list of all 15 languages spoken in Eritrea:
  1. Afar
  2. Arabic, Hijazi
  3. Arabic, Standard
  4. Bedawiyet
  5. Bilen
  6. Dahlik
  7. English
  8. Geez
  9. Italian
  10. Kunama
  11. Nara
  12. Saho
  13. Tigré
  14. Tigrinya
  15. Eritrean Sign Language

Eritrean Sign Language is an artificial sign language lexicon of Eritrea, designed to replace the existing sign lexicon of older sign languages in order to remove foreign influences.
There are technically no official languages of Eritrea, as the Constitution dictates that all languages of Eritrea should be equal. The languages of Tigrinya and Arabic the main languages spoken throughout Eritrea. English and Italian are also widely understood.