Zurich has poor French and Italian, Geneva has poor German and Italian, and Lugano has poor German.In what language do they speak to each other?
Answer from: Anna Sviridova:
Who calls himself what he calls himself!.....
At the legislative level it is not expected that every Swiss person should know and speak all languages: in most cases one or two languages are used. German is spoken in Switzerland by about 65 percent of the population. Some 22.6 % of the Swiss speak French as their mother tongue. Italian is spoken by around 500,000 people in Switzerland, or 8.3 % of the population. In addition to their own language, the Swiss themselves usually speak another official language (most often German or French, respectively) and English, which they learned at school. Bilingualism is quite common in some regions.