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Algeria's culture is strongly influenced by the country's , as well as other aspects such as their literature, music, arts, crafts and religion. Arabic is Algeria's primary language and is spoken by around 82% of the populace. The French colonialism experienced by the country in the past has resulted in French being the second language of many educated Algerians, and English is very rarely spoken. Many people of Algeria also speak different dialects of Berber. The culture of most countries is also influenced by its past and this is certainly true of Algeria. There are also many ethnic groups in the country that contribute to its diverse and fascinating culture. Islam is the official religion of Algeria and the majority of Algerians are Muslims. Since the departure of the French, Christianity is a secondary religion. Approximately one percent of Algeria's population is Jewish.
8 years ago, December 6th 2010 No: 1 Msg: #124280  
There is only few people speak English they promote his culture thru his mother tongue but some country culture totally change they forget his mother tongue they accepted other country languages its right or wrong we should do this ? Reply to this

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