Our Tajik translation team consists of
Tajik or Persian Tajik (also known as Tajiki, Tadjik or Tadzhik) is a modern variety of the Persian language. Of the approximately 4.38 million Tajik speakers (1991 estimates), most live in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Tajik is the official language of Tajikistan, where Tajiks constitute 80% of the population and the Tajik Persian language dominates in most parts of the country. Non-Tajik residents are often bilingual, with Tajik as their second language. The language has diverged from the Persian of Afghanistan and Iran due to political borders, geographical isolation, standardization, influence from Russian and neighbouring Turkic languages. The standard language is based on north-western Tajik dialects, which have been somewhat influenced by the Uzbek language due to geographical proximity. Tajik also retains numerous archaic elements, partially due to its relative isolation in mountainous regions. Tajiks are also the dominant ethnic group in Northern Afghanistan, and numerous pockets of the country. In Afghanistan, the dialects spoken by ethnic Tajiks are written using the Perso-Arabic script and referred to as Dari, of which 50% of Afghan citizens are native speakers. A large Tajik-speaking diaspora exists in Russia, Kazakhstan, and elsewhere due to economic and political instability in Central Asia in recent years.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
(), Angren (UZ), Dushanbe (TJ), Jizzax (UZ), Margilan (UZ), Samarqand (UZ), Tashkent (UZ),