Most people have no idea that Georgian is among the oldest languages that are still used today. Others even believe that learning it as a second language is an uphill task. Still, the truth is, it is unbelievably easy to grasp. This language comes with about 18 closely related dialects, even though their morphology, phonology, vocabulary, and syntax vary.
Currently, Georgian speakers are less than five million, and many of them live in Georgia. One can tell the religion of a person depending on their Georgian family name. It is also possible to tell where a Georgian is from after hearing their surname.