About Azerbaijani Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Azerbaijani is the official and primary language of Azerbaijan. It is a form of Turkic language that is directly associated with modern Turkish. Even though it is the official language of Azerbaijan it is used in other countries that include South Russia (Dagestan) and Northern Iran. However, the dialects for both are different. It is not the official language in the north of Iran. Surprisingly, the number of Iranian Azerbaijan is huge in number. Even the Government of Iran has banned this language for many years now. According to the latest census, Azerbaijani is spoken by 92.5% population. English and Russian play an integral part in their education and communication. Lezgian, Talysh, Avar, Georgian, Budukh Juhuri, Khinalug, Udi, and Kryts are spoken by other minorities.
About Kannada Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Kannada is commonly known as Kanarese. It is a Dravidian language and is spoken predominantly by the people of Karnataka in the region of India. It is spoken by linguistic minorities in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Kerala, and Goa. Kannada has roughly 43 million native speakers. It is also spoken as a second and third language. Kannada has over 12.9 million non-native speakers in Karnataka. Kannada was the court language in many powerful dynasties of south and central India. It is one of the official languages of India and the official language of the state of Karnataka. Kannada has a special Kannada script, which is called the Kadamba script. Kannada has an unbroken literary history and has an extensive Kannada literature.