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Tajik language resources



Tajik is spoken on a daily basis in: Tajikistan

Encyclopedia resources on Tajik
Tajik language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tajik language edition of Wikipedia Ethnologue report for Tajik Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tajik_language " Categories : Iranian languages | Languages of China | Languages of Tajikistan | ...

Tajiks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...that are related to, but distinct from, the Tajiks of Tajikistan . In China, the Tajik language has no official written form. The great majority of Chinese Tajik speakers (16,000) speak the Sariqul (or ...

Persian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Academy of Persian Language and Literature Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan Language codes ISO 639-1 : ... local name, but still used by some speakers), Tajik (a Central Asian dialect) or Dari (another local ...

Tajikistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...during the Soviet era. Among these writers were individuals who strove to purify the Tajik language by tying it in more with Persian and eliminating Arabic loanwords. Most citizens of Tajikistan are ...

List of languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Language Tajik ( Indo-Iranian ) Takestani Talossan Talysh ( Indo-Iranian ) Tamil ( Dravidian ) Tanacross Tangut (extinct) Tarifit ( Berber ) Tat Tatar, Kazan Tatar Tausug Tehuelche Telugu ( Dravidian ) Temiar, Northern Sakai ( ...

Indo-Iranian languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tajik ) Tat language [ edit ] See also Language families and languages Indo-Iranian Swadesh list This Indo-European languages -related article is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it . Retrieved from " ...

Main Page - Wikipedia
Википедиа" - ?нт?иклопеди?и озод а?т. Бо забони Тоҷикӣ низ вуҷуд дорад. Имруз 26 мақола дорад. Фаҳри?ти ...

Bukhori language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...more descriptive name for the language might be Judæo- Tajiki Persian or Judæo-Tajik . It is the primary traditional language of the Bukharan Jews . Bukhori is based on a substrate of classical Persian ...

Afghan people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...stock and speak an eastern Iranian language. According to the writer W.K. Frazier Tyler writing in ... philosophers and scientists in history - Tajik Jalaundin-e- Rumi , one of the greatest Persian poets ...

Pamir languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The vast majority of their speakers are bilingual in the Tajik language (one of the Southwestern Iranian ( Persid ) languages. Sarikoli is spoken further east, beyond the Sarikol ridge which forms the ...



Academic resources on Tajik
UCLA Language Materials Project Language Profiles Page
Tajik Tamil Tatar Telugu Thai Tibetan Tigrinya Turkish Turkmen Twi Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Warlpiri Welsh Wolof Xhosa Yakut Yiddish Yoruba Zulu Select a Material All Materials ALL TEACHING MATERIALS -- Reader ...

Researcher Profile: Tajik, A. J, M.D.
J. Tajik, M.D. A. J. Tajik, M.D. Primary Appt: Cardiovascular Diseases Professor of Medicine Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Professor of Pediatrics Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Clinical Profile ...

AKU-IED : Faculty Profile-Mir Afzal Tajik
Mir Afzal Tajik joined Aga Khan University Institute for Educational Development (AKU-IED) in August 2000 as a Senior Instructor. His major ...

UCLA Language Materials Project - Index Page
Tajik Tamil Tatar Telugu Thai Tibetan Tigrinya Turkish Turkmen Twi Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Warlpiri Welsh Wolof Xhosa Yakut Yiddish Yoruba Zulu Select a Material All Materials ALL TEACHING MATERIALS -- Reader ...

Central Asia
...material is also being revised to be included in Bashiri's forthcoming Role of Russia in the Tajik-Uzbek Conflict: 1876-1996. Iraj Bashiri, The Bukhara of Sadriddin Aini Abdulhai Komili, Science in ...

The Politics of History in Tajikistan
...special importance for the leaders of independent Tajikistan as a means of reinforcing common Tajik identity, particularly in the aftermath of the civil war. The most recent campaign of this kind is ...

Eastern Turkistan WWW VL
Uygur, Weiwuer, Sart, Taranchi, Kashgarlik. The other native peoples are Kazak, Uzbek, Kyrghyz, Tajik, Tatar. The main cities are Kashgar, Urumchi (Urumqi), Khotan (Hotan), Turpan (Turfan), Ghulja ...

The Middle East Center
...and Central Asian languages (Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Turkish, Uzbek, Kirghiz, Kazakh, and Tajik) and area studies. In the years since the creation of the Middle East Center, a professional ...

Center for Languages of the Central Asian Region at Indiana University
...textbooks, multimedia resources, and distance language learning courses for Pashto, Tajik, Uyghur, Uzbek, and Kazak, as well as improved teacher training in these languages. Its major sources of ...

REENIC: Tajikistan
...select "Tajik"; the site has separate searches for the list of printed reference resources and a list of academic institutions with the Tajik studies program) Back to ...



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Government resources on Tajik
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This Country Analysis Brief is no longer maintained. For an up to date menu of our current Country Analysis Briefs, please see EIA's Country Analysis Briefs: Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet ...

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This Country Analysis Brief is no longer maintained. For an up to date menu of our current Country Analysis Briefs, please see EIA's Country Analysis Briefs: Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet ...

Tajik Government Registration - Dushanbe, Tajikistan
...valid passport and visa are required to enter Tajikistan. Tajik visas can be obtained at Tajik embassies and consulates abroad. Visas may also be obtained at the Dushanbe airport upon arrival; however ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Tajikistan
The Tajik people came under Russian rule in the 1860s and 1870s, but Russia's hold on Central Asia weakened following the Revolution of 1917. Bolshevik control of the area was fiercely contested and ...

Tajik Visa Regulations - Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Before applying for Tajik visa, visitors should obtain a letter of invitation. Visas are issued at Dushanbe airport, or at an Embassy of Tajikistan in the United States. Tajik visas cannot be ...

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...visa at airport is quick and convenient; however there may be queues in getting a visa. At a Tajik Embassy Visitors from the United States may apply for visa at Tajik Embassy in Washington, D.C ...

Obtaining a Tajik Visa - Dushanbe, Tajikistan
...visa at airport is quick and convenient; however there may be queues in getting a visa. At a Tajik Embassy Visitors from the United States may apply for visa at Tajik Embassy in Washington, D.C ...

Remarks With Tajik Foreign Minister Talbak Nazarov
Remarks With Tajik Foreign Minister Talbak Nazarov Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice > What the Secretary Has Been Saying > 2005 ...

Tajikistan
...traveler to leave the country immediately. Tajik visas can be obtained at Tajik embassies or consulates abroad. Tajik visas can also be obtained at the Dushanbe airport ...

GUIDE TO LAW ONLINE: Tajikistan
...information on materials in our reference collection Researching Tajik Law: A Guide to the Tajik Legal System (Nargis Bozorova, via LLRX) April 1, 2002 World Law ...



".org" resources on Tajik
Tajik language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tajik language edition of Wikipedia Ethnologue report for Tajik Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tajik_language " Categories : Iranian languages | Languages of China | Languages of Tajikistan | ...

TDG - Tajikistan Development Gateway
News letter of delegation of the EC 26/10/2005 Maps of the site www.tajik-gateway.org 23/10/2005 "On-Line Press Conference with U.S. Ambassador Hoagland" 18/10/2005 Lorenzo ...

Four Spiritual Laws - Language
Questions and Comments are always welcome! http://www.greatcom.org/laws/tajik/ [email protected]

Tajiks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...the country call themselvs "Tajik". The population of Tibet calls all Persians Tajik . Therefore, Tajik can be considered a synonym for Persian . It may have originated from Ta-Hia , the chinese name for ...

RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTY
...in Uzbekistan; and Shokirjon Hakimov, a Tajik lawyer and parliamentarian from the Social-Democratic Party. The roundtable was moderated by RFE/RL Tajik Service Deputy Director Normohamad Kholov. more ...

China Source
...of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Russia. Towering mountains surround this specially designated Tajik district on three sides and desert on the fourth. The largest concentration of Tajiks live ...

Tajikistan Embassy in the U.S.
President Rahmonov hails progress in Tajik-US relations Tajikistan - Afghanistan bridge Agreement The ...

[ RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTY ]
Compiled and arranged by Bruce Pannier of RFE/RL's News and Current Affairs Division. With help from Salimjon Aioub, Iskander Aliyev, Soljida Djakhfarova, Tohir Safarov, and Massoumeh Torfeh of RFE/RL ...

EurasiaNet Eurasia Insight - Kyrgyz-Tajik Border Riots Highlight ...
Recent riots at border posts in both Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan highlight the growing risk of inter-ethnic conflict in and around Central Asia’s Ferghana Valley region. Observers say the source of ...

Tajik
May 1996 Vol. 8, No. 6 (D) TAJIKISTAN TAJIK REFUGEES IN NORTHERN AFGHANISTAN Obstacles to Repatriation SUMMARY Four years ago, a devastating civil war in Tajikistan led to the deaths of more than 20,000 ...



Commercial resources on Tajik
This article is about the national language of Tajikistan. For the language of the Pamir family spoken near the Tajikistan border in Xinjiang and officially referred to in China as "Tajik", see Sarikoli.
Tajik (sometimes written Tadjik; ??????, ???????, tojik [t??d??'ki]) is a variant of the Persian language spoken in Central Asia. It is an Indo-European language, more specifically part of the Iranian language group. Speakers of Tajik live mostly in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, and western Pakistan. Tajik is the official language of Tajikistan.

Tajik is an offspring of the Persian language, and belongs - along with Afghanistan's Dari - to the Eastern dialects of Persian. Historically, it was considered the local dialect of Persian spoken by the Tajik ethnic group in Central Asia. The language has diverged somewhat from Persian as spoken in Afghanistan and Iran, because of political borders and the influence of Russian, although a transcribed Tajik text is easily understood by a native Persian speaker of either Iran or Afghanistan.

The standard language is based on the north-western dialects of Tajik, which have been influenced by the neighbouring Uzbek language as a result of geographical proximity.


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