language of good morning PAK

what is the language in which Good morning Pakistan is spoken? i could not see it in their wiki.

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That would be arabic.
anushahannaAuthor Commented:
thanks - could you provide a link for that i could share it with the person who needs this info.
I'm sorry, I cannot find a link with that information. I just happen to know somebody who speaks arabic.
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anushahannaAuthor Commented:
am i understanding correctly that is how you have come to know?
Urdu phrases, expressions and words in Urdu, also called Pakistani conversation and idioms, Urdu greetings and survival phrases or simply if you want to know what to say when chatting.
English Greetings      Urdu Greetings:

Good morning!     Salam Alekum/Subha Ba-khair!   !¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿/¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿
Good evening!      Salam Alekum   ¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿
Welcome!             (to greet someone) Khush Aamdeed   ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿
How are you?       Kya Hal Hai?   ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿
Thank you (very much)!         Bahut Bahut Shukriya!   !¿¿¿ ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿
Good night! Salam Walekum/Shab Bakhair!   !¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿/¿¿ ¿¿¿¿
See you later! Phir Milaiyin ge!   !¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿
Good bye! Khuda Hafiz!   !
anushahannaAuthor Commented:
Nick, are you suggesting the language of GMP is Urdu- I need the confirmed answer..

thanks for the translations - you always give more than best and comprehensive..
With GMP are you meaning how to say "good morning" in Pakistani?
Or "Good Morning Pakistan" is the name of some TV show?

Many countries have more than one language or dialects.

Here is Pakistan:
National language: Urdu

Provincial languages:

Regional languages:
source: wikipedia

English is spoken too in Pakistan.
In today's world, some level of fluency in English, even broken English, is necessary. If I visit Malaysia, for example, and go shopping, if the workers in the shops do not know any English, then there will be communication problems. It would be hard for me to move around, and find things, or places in Malaysia, if none of them know some English. English seems easier for them to learn than, for me to learn their language.

English is slowly becoming a world language and you'll find people in all countries who can speak it. If they have any goals of leaving their country or working for large international companies, English is essential. I know a lady who teaches English as a 2nd language in China. Why? The Chinese need to know some English to function in today's world.

concerning Arabic, it is spoken in 25 countries and Pakistan is not one of them.
These countries are African and Middle Eastern countries. Pakistan is more of an Asian country. Most of the languages of Pakistan belong to the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family.

The following is a list of 25 countries where Arabic is an official language. Please note that in some of these countries, Arabic is spoken by a minority of the people.

No. Country Population
1  Algeria 34,895,000
2  Bahrain 807,000
3  Chad 10,329,208
4  Comoros 691,000
5  Djibouti 864,000
6  Egypt 79,089,650
7  Eritrea 5,224,000
8  Iraq 31,234,000
9  Israel 7,653,600
10  Jordan 6,407,085
11  Kuwait 3,566,437
12  Lebanon 4,224,000
13  Libya 6,420,000
14  Mauritania 3,291,000
15  Morocco 32,200,000
16  Oman 2,845,000
17  Palestine 4,100,000
18  Qatar 1,696,563
19  Saudi Arabia 25,731,776
20  Somalia 9,359,000
21  Sudan 43,939,598
22  Syria 22,505,000
23  Tunisia 10,432,500
24  United Arab Emirates 4,975,593
25  Yemen 23,580,000
anushahannaAuthor Commented:
thanks very much Nick, but right now I was mainly concerned about the TV program.
ok, I thought Good Morning was a greeting.........not a TV show.......

Aren't you in New York?

What station is that show on?

If it is a TV show on, one of the major Pakistani TV stations, they are going to speak the language known by the most people, in their country.
Since Urdu is their national language, I expect that.

As far as Arabic, I was just informing you that Arabic was not the language.

anushahannaAuthor Commented:
actually saw it in youtube.. trying to understand what it is- sounds like hindi.. that is what is surprising.. so thought I will check here, if anyone would know.
I have asked someone in Pakistan for you, but I have not gotten a reply yet.
anushahannaAuthor Commented:
you have amazing connections - thanks Nick.
I am sorry, but the person is not replying back, they could be out of town, etc.
I did get an answer back but it is not "conclusive"

answer they gave:
I believe it is Urdu, with some English thrown in.
But someone from PK could tell you more accurately.
Definitely is either Urdu or Punjabi.

with Urdu being the national language, I'd lean that way.

I hope this helps.

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anushahannaAuthor Commented:
thanks for your effort.
I have received a reply from someone in Pakistan who watched the video.
Here is their answer:

 This is a Goodmorning Pakistan show by Ary Digital TV in Pakistan. The language is Urdu, which is the National Language of Pakistan. The song they were singing was in Punjabi which, is a regional language of the province Punjab.

so it seems "the song" was Punjabi......
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