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The following is a list of sovereign states and territories where English is an official language or language of government. In 2012, there were 88 states in total (60 sovereign states and 28 non-sovereign states).
In many countries English is the dominant language, but does not have official status. In Australia, English is spoken by the vast majority of the population and is the only language used in government institutions, but Australia does not have an official language. The case is the same in the United Kingdom and the United States, though many states and regions within the U.S. do have English as an official language. English is the dominant language of New Zealand and an official language of Canada (along with French), India (along with Hindi and several other languages), Ireland (along with Irish), and the Philippines (along with Tagalog). English is the sole official language of the Commonwealth of Nations and the Commonwealth Games. English is one of the official languages of the United Nations, the European Union and the International Olympic Committee.
Many of these countries are current or former colonies or dependencies of the United Kingdom (see also British Empire), or of the United States, itself a former colony of the UK. Notable exceptions include Rwanda, which was a former Belgian colony and Eritrea, which was an Italian colony where the British Empire spanned its control only in World War II and shortly after( 1941-1952).
India's linguistic picture is complex. According to the Constitution of India, "Hindi in the Devanagari script" is the official language of the union; and English the 'subsidiary official language'; however, English is mandated for the authoritative texts of all federal laws and Supreme Court decisions and (along with Hindi) is one of the two languages of the Indian Parliament. English is used almost exclusively for higher education, business and science. Courses in majority of the schools are taught exclusively in English. English is extensively used for administrative purposes in India. India is the second-largest English-speaking country in the world by number of speakers, after the United States. As such, English may be considered as the de facto national language of India, as it is, unlike Hindi, utilised in the vast majority of states, whilst Hindi is not utilised at all in states such as Tamil Nadu. See Official languages of India.
The linguistic makeup of Pakistan is similarly complex. While the national language is Urdu, English is an official language and used in business, government and law. English is a compulsory language in schools. Many school courses are taught in English. Pakistan is the 9th largest English-speaking country in the world by population.
Sovereign states 
|Antigua and Barbuda||Caribbean||85,000|
|Belize ||Central America / Caribbean||288,000|
|Guyana||South America / Caribbean||738,000|
|Mauritius||Africa / Indian Ocean||1,262,000|
|Federated States of Micronesia||Oceania||111,000|
|Papua New Guinea||Oceania||6,331,000|
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||Caribbean||50,000|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||Caribbean||120,000|
|Seychelles||Africa / Indian Ocean||87,000|
|Trinidad and Tobago||Caribbean||1,333,000|
|United States||North America||309,442,000|
Non-sovereign entities 
|British Virgin Islands||Caribbean||23,000|
|Cayman Islands ||Caribbean||47,000|
|Cocos (Keeling) Islands||Australia||596|
|Falkland Islands||South Atlantic||3,000|
|Isle of Man8||Europe||80,058|
|Northern Mariana Islands7||Oceania||84,000|
|Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha||South Atlantic||5,660|
|San Andrés y Providencia, Colombia ||Caribbean||59,573|
|Turks and Caicos Islands||Caribbean||26,000|
|U.S. Virgin Islands5||Caribbean||111,000|
Map of English status 
See also 
- Commonwealth of Nations
- British Overseas Territories
- List of countries by English-speaking population
- British Empire
- ^1 The population figures are based on the sources in List of countries by population, with information as of 23 January 2009 (UN estimates, et al.)
- ^2 Hong Kong is a former British Crown colony (1843-1981) and British Dependent Territory (1981-1997); it is currently a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (1997- present)
- ^3 Puerto Rico is, historically and geographically, connected to the Spanish-speaking Caribbean; Spanish is the main language of the majority of Puerto Ricans. Puerto Rico is an unincorporated United States territory referred to as a "Commonwealth"
- ^4 Guam is an organized unincorporated territory of the United States
- ^5 The US Virgin Islands is an insular area of the United States
- ^6 Jersey is a British Crown dependency
- ^7 The Northern Mariana Islands is a commonwealth in political union with the United States
- ^8 Isle of Man is a British Crown dependency
- ^9 Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory
- ^10 Guernsey is a British Crown dependency
- ^11 American Samoa is an unincorporated U.S. territory
- ^12 Christmas Island is an external territory of Australia
- ^13 Pitcairn Islands is a British Overseas Territory
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- "Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines, Article XIV". Chanrobles Law Library. 1987. Retrieved October 27, 2007. (See Article XIV, Section 7)
- "The Union: Official Language". National Informatics Centre (NIC). 2007. Retrieved June 24, 2007.
- "Notification No. 2/8/60-O.L. (Ministry of Home Affairs)". April 27, 1960. Retrieved July 4, 2007.
- CIA - The World Factbook
- Introduction to Pakistan
- Official language; "Field Listing - Languages". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 2009-01-11..
- "Society". Government Information Service (Barbados). Retrieved 2009-01-18.
- English usage; "Field Listing - Languages". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 2009-01-11..
- "National Profile". Government Information Agency (Guyana). Retrieved 2009-01-18.
- N. Krishnaswamy; Lalitha Krishnaswamy (6 January 2006). "3.14 English Becomes a Second Language". The story of English in India. Foundation Books. ISBN 978-81-7596-312-2.
- BUNREACHT NA hÉIREANN
- The Constitution of Jamaica (section 20(6e) — implicit)
- Malawi Investment Promotion Agency (August 2005). "Opportunities for investment and Trade in Malawi – the Warm Heart of Africa". Government of Malawi. Retrieved 2009-01-18.
- "Nauru". New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. 2008-12-03. Retrieved 2009-01-18. English and Nauruan are official.
- "Country profile: Nigeria". BBC News. April 30, 2008. Retrieved November 10, 2008.
- "General Information on Papua New Guinea". Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority. Retrieved 2009-01-18.[dead link]
- "Country profile: Papua New Guinea". BBC News. 2008-11-28.
- "Primary Schools". Government of St Christopher (St Kitts) and Nevis. Retrieved 2009-01-18.
- "St. Vincent and the Grenadines Profile". Agency for Public Information (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines). Retrieved 2011-06-18.
- "Legislations: List of Acts and Ordinances". The Parliament of Samoa. Retrieved 2009-01-18.[dead link] Languages for official legislation are Samoan and English.
- Wong, Aline (2000-11-24). "Education in a Multicultural Setting - The Singapore Experience". Ministry of Education, Government of Singapore. Retrieved 2009-01-18. "There are four official languages: English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil."
- "Statistics Singapore - Latest Data - Population (Mid-Year Estimates)". Statistics Singapore. June 2012. Retrieved 10 November 2012.
- "National Profile". Republic of Somaliland. Retrieved 2011-08-24.
- "Constitution of the Republic of South Africa". Constitutional Court of South Africa. Retrieved 2009-01-11.
- "The Constitution of Southern Sudan". Southern Sudan Civil Society Initiative. Retrieved 2011-07-09.
- Kingdom of Tonga (March 2008). "The United Nations / Universal Periodic Review by the United Nations Human Rights Council". Retrieved 2009-01-18.[dead link] English and Tongan are listed as official.
- "Constitution of the Republic of Vanuatu". Government of the Republic of Vanuatu. 1980-83. Retrieved 2009-01-18.
- "Pluralist Nations: Pluralist Language Policies?". 1995 Global Cultural Diversity Conference Proceedings, Sydney. Department of Immigration and Citizenship. Retrieved 11 January 2009."English has no de jure status but it is so entrenched as the common language that it is de facto the official language as well as the national language."