Greenlandic became the sole official language in June 2009. However, it is the dialect of western Greenland, leaving other dialects to become less used and endangered. Danish is used in practice by professional people and by many of the Inuit population. English is taught in schools from the first year onwards.
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Greenland (kwa Kiswahili Grinilandi pia; kwa Kikalaallisut: Kalaallit Nunaat = Nchi ya Wagreenland) ni nchi ya kujitawala chini ya ufalme wa Denmark lakini haihesabiwi kuwa sehemu ya Denmark yenyewe. Eneo la Greenland ni kubwa, lakini idadi ya wakazi ni ndogo sana kwa sababu sehemu kubwa ya nchi (85%) imefunikwa na ganda nene la barafu .
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Its local name in the Greenlandic language is Erfalasorput, which means "our flag ", but Aappalaartoq (meaning "the red") is also used for both the Greenlandic flag and the Dannebrog. Today Greenlanders display both the Erfalasorput and the Dannebrog, often side-by-side.
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This page contains the languages listed as ISO 639-1.. Language family Language name Native name 639-1 639-2/T 639-2/B 639-3 Notes Northwest Caucasian