The beginning of the Magid is not in Hebrew, but rather Aramaic. Why is that?

During this section, we invite anyone who is hungry to partake in our seder. One explanation is that this should be done in the language most commonly spoken, which was Aramaic at the time of the Second Temple.

Another explanation is that Aramaic is the only language angels don't speak, and tonight we are so elevated that we speak directly to God, and don't need angels between us.

haggadah Section: Maggid - Beginning