Question: Is Armenian hard to learn?

The fact is: Armenian is difficult to learn. And it is true not only for English speakers but also for every other language native. This is because Armenian is a language isolate. Although it belongs to the Indo-European family of languages, there is no other actively used language that would be close to it.

Which dialect of Armenian should I learn?

When youre first learning Armenian, youll want to focus on either Eastern or Western Armenian. Eastern Armenian is the official language of the Republic of Armenia. Youll also find speakers of Eastern Armenian in the Russian Federation, the Republic of Georgia, Iran, and the Republic of Artsakh.

Is Armenian a beautiful language?

Armenian is a beautifully unique language, as can be seen by its position in the Indo-European language tree. It utilizes declensions of nouns, which is another way of saying that we alter our nouns in order to describe possession of objects or references to these nouns.

Will Armenians go extinct?

The recent well-justified alarm that western Armenian is among the worlds thousands of endangered languages (that is, predicted to die in the next 100 years), important though it is, is not enough. The bulk of Armenian diasporic communities were formed after the 1915 Genocide.

Is Armenian still spoken?

In the early 21st century the Armenian language is spoken by some 6.7 million individuals. The majority (about 3.4 million) of these live in Armenia, and most of the remainder live in Georgia and Russia. More than 100,000 Armenian speakers live in Iran.

Is Armenian an ethnicity?

Armenians Armenian language/Ethnicities

Why is Armenian so hard to learn?

The natives in Armenia use its colloquial form. So, its very difficult to practice Armenian when you learn it as a foreigner. This is because Armenian is a language isolate. Although it belongs to the Indo-European family of languages, there is no other actively used language that would be close to it.

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