The currency is the Libanese pound, ISO code : LBP
Administrations and banks are open in the morning.
The Internet suffix is: .lb
Yes = na'am
The official language of Lebanon is Arabic. Lebanon is a country which is very homogeneous as far as languages are concerned. Indeed, 93% of the population speak Arabic. However, it is not the classic Arabic, which is the official language of the State, but the Syro-Lebanese Arabic (which is also called Lebanese Arabic). Otherwise, French and English as well as the classic Arabic are frequently used as second languages. It is true that in Lebanon, a lot of people speak foreign languages. Indeed, nearly all Lebanese people speak classic Arabic, 45% speak French and 40% English. Otherwise, according to some estimations, Arabic-French-speaking citizens would represent 28.5% of the population and 14% would be perfectly bilingual: Arabic-English. Moreover, 73% of the Arabic-French speaking people would also know English. Arabic would be used as mother tongue, French as cultural language and English would be used as functional language especially for relations with other countries. Finally, we should also mention two small linguistic minorities in Lebanon: the most important (6%) speaks Armenian, the other speaks Kurdish (less than 1%)