You asked: Which language is one of the official language of Singapore?

What are the 4 official languages of Singapore?

In Singapore four languages — Malay,Chinese, Tamil and English — are official and equal languages. Malay is our common language and it is our National Language.

Is Hindi an official language of Singapore?

Hindi has been decreed by the Constitution as the national language and as the only official language after 15 years of independence.

Why Singapore is Tamil official language?

Tamil in Singapore

It was also found out that approximately 76.7 percent of these Indians spoke Tamil as their native language. Hence, Tamil was selected as an official language of Singapore after a significant population of Indians from the state of Tamil Nadu region moved here.

When was English an official language in Singapore?

In 1987, Singapore became one of the first countries in the world to adopt English as the language of instruction for most school subjects, including math, science, and history.

Is Singapore a Tamil name?

A number of different names have been given to the settlement or the island of Singapore all through history, the earliest record may have been from the 2nd century AD.

Names of Singapore.

Singapore
Malay Singapura سيڠاڤورا Republik Singapura ريڤوبليق سيڠاڤورا
Tamil name
Tamil சிங்கப்பூர் Singapur சிங்கப்பூர் குடியரசு Ciṅkappūr Kuṭiyaracu
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How do you say hello in Singapore?

Hello – Ni hao (Nee how) How are you? – Ni hao ma? (Nee how ma) Very good – Hen hao (hun hao)

Which countries has Tamil as official language?

Tamil is an official language of the sovereign nations of Sri Lanka and Singapore, the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and the Union Territory of Puducherry.

Tamil language.

Tamil
Signed forms Signed Tamil
Official status
Official language in India Tamil Nadu Puducherry Sri Lanka Singapore Organizations ASEAN

Is Singapore a Hindu country?

Almost all Hindus in Singapore are ethnic Indians (99%), with some who have married into Hindu families. Hinduism peaked at 5.5% of the total population in 1931. In Singapore, the Hindu festival of Deepavali is recognised as a national public holiday.

Demographics.

Year Percent Increase
2020 5.0% +0.04%