The official language of Georgia is Georgian. Georgian is a Kartvelian language spoken by the majority of the population in Georgia. It has a unique script known as the Georgian alphabet.
In addition to Georgian, there are several other regional languages recognized in Georgia. These include Abkhaz, Armenian, Azerbaijani, and Ossetian. These languages have varying degrees of official recognition and usage in specific regions of Georgia.
English is increasingly taught and spoken in Georgia, especially in urban areas and within academic and business sectors. Many universities in Georgia offer programs and courses taught in English to meet the needs of international students.
It is worth noting that while Georgian is the primary language for official purposes, a significant number of Georgians also speak Russian due to historical reasons. However, the younger generation tends to have better proficiency in English, given its growing importance in international communication and education.