Translation from Farsi

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Persian (Farsi) is the most common language of the Indo-European group in its Indo-Iranian branch. It is official in Iran and Afghanistan, and is also used in Pakistan, Tajikistan, and the Pamirs. The total number of people who regularly speak Farsi reaches 60 million. Dari and Tajik are related to this language. Discrepancies with them began to appear only in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Interesting facts

  • Modern Persian took its final form in the 40-ies of the last century. He is fundamentally different from the classical Persian.
  • Farsi is characterized by the use of Perso-Arabic script. Most of the characters adopted from the Arabic language, another 4 added to artificially.
  • Even today, there is no strict academic Farsi grammar. It is common to use a literary Persian, in which certain norms are formed by ancient poets, as well as popular ways of writing modern words.
  • The Persian language has no birth and cases. If there is a proposal of minor members of their adopted complement cardinal number.

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