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Irish Language Facts:
Spoken in: Ireland (in both the Republic and the North), Australia, Canada, UK, United States.
Region: Gaeltacht, mainly in the west of Ireland.
Total speakers: est. 250,000 fluent speakers. (500,000 - 5 million)
Official language of: Ireland, Northern Ireland (as of 23 May 1998), European Union (as of 1 January 2007)
Irish (Irish: Gaeilge), a Goidelic language spoken in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Australia, Canada, and the United States, is constitutionally recognised as the first official language of the Republic of Ireland. On 13 June 2005, EU foreign ministers unanimously decided to make Irish an official language of the European Union. The new arrangements will come into effect on 1 January 2007.
According to statistics released by the Government of Ireland in 2004, out of the Republic's 4.1 million citizens there are approximately 1.6 million Irish speakers. Of these, 350,000 use Irish every day, 155,000 weekly, 585,000 less often, 460,000 never, and 30,000 didn't state how often. However, these statistics are often disputed by Irish language activists and their opponents. 100,000 people has been quoted as the number of people in the Gaeltacht who use the language as their first and daily language. It has been argued that previous censuses have overestimated the true number of Irish speakers, as those speaking it only in the schools are included. The recent 2006 Census may provide a more accurate estimate of the Irish-speaking population, because of changes to ask the respondents how often they speak the language and where. Other data state that 165,000 can speak Irish in Northern Ireland. The results of the United States Census, 2000 suggest that some 25,000 people use the language at home in the United States.
For the English language as it is spoken in Ireland, see Hiberno-English.