The daily language of Kuwait is Arabic, but due to a large presence of foreign workers, English is widely used.
English is an important subject on the Kuwaiti school curriculum, and Kuwaitis in general have good conduct of it.
The native dialect to Kuwait is Gulf Arabic, but in Kuwait it is called Khaliji. Gulf Arabic is spoken by about 5 million from Kuwait to Oman. It is f.x. the native dialect to the United Arab Emirates.
Najdi Arabic is also to some extent native to Kuwait, being one of the main dialects native to Saudi Arabia.
Other Arabic dialects belong to foreign workers who have no right to obtain citizenship; they include in particular Palestinians who speak South Levantine, and Egyptians speaking Egyptian.
Mehri is the language of certain Omani immigrants.
The group of others include several immigrant groups, like Balochis, Indians, Pakistanis and Philippines. Main languages are Persian; Malayalam; Telugu; Tamil; Hindi; Urdu; Bengali; and Filipino.