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What are the top 3 languages spoken in Iran?

What are the top 3 languages spoken in Iran?

Different publications have reported different statistics for the languages of Iran; however, the top three languages spoken are consistently reported as Persian, Azeri and Kurdish.

Is Persian a European language?

Classification. Persian is a member of the Western Iranian group of the Iranian languages, which make up a branch of the Indo-European languages in their Indo-Iranian subdivision.

Is English widely spoken in Iran?

The official language of Iran is Persian. There are also other languages. Other languages comprise 1%, and include Tati, Talysh, Georgian, Armenian, Circassian, Assyrian, Hebrew, etc. It is unlikely you will get fluent english speakers there.

Which language is the closest to Persian?

Russian is the closest language to Persian as far as I noticed. Russian is grammatically and verbally similar to Persian. Here’s a few common or similar features of Russian and Persian: 6 present tense forms and 6 future tense forms.

How many languages do people speak in Iran?

Roughly 62 percent of Iran’s population speaks Iranian Persian, which leaves lots of room for even more complexity. There are 79 living languages spoken in Iran, which includes 65 indigenous tongues. Here’s a closer look at this country’s linguistic landscape. What Language Is Spoken In Iran?

What kind of language is the Persian language?

The Persian language, also known as Farsi, belongs to the Indo-European language family, and is part of the Indo-Iranian subgroup. Persian originated from the Old Persian language of the Achaemenid Empire and the later Middle Persian of the Sasanian Empire.

Which is the most widely spoken language in Europe?

The Most Widely Used Languages in Europe. Russian is the most commonly spoken language in Europe, followed by German and French. There are 106 million Russian speakers in Europe.

What is the current language policy of Iran?

The current Language Policy of Iran is addressed on chapter two of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Articles 15 & 16). It asserts that the Persian language is the lingua franca of the Iranian nation and as such, bound to be used through all official government communications and schooling system.