Armenian is part of the Indo-European family of languages and consists of two main dialects, western and eastern Armenian derived both from classical Armenian, also known as "Grabar", which is still used in the Armenian liturgy. Armenian is spoken in Armenia and at least 29 other countries and is also referred to as Haieren, Somkhuri, Ena, Ermenice, Ermeni Dili and Armjanski Yazyk, in various languages.
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Armenian Language Textbooks
Presents books related to self-teaching.
Eastern and Western Armenian alphabet and transliteration, phonetics, and introduction to grammar and syntax. Eastern Armenian.
Armenian Summer Language Institute, University of Michigan
Offering courses in classical, eastern and western Armenian. The classes are held in Yerevan, Armenia.
Language Profile: Armenian
From the UCLA Language Materials Project.
Cultural association organizing intensive summer courses of Armenian language and culture at the Università Ca' Foscari in Venice, Italy. Includes an application form.
Speak Armenian and Make a Friend
Small virtual phrasebook. Western Armenian.
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