Our Tajik translation team consists of
Tajik or Persian Tajik is part of the Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. Of the approximately 4.38 million Tajik speakers, most live in Tajikistan. Tajik is the official language of Tajikistan, where Tajiks make up 80% of the population and the Tajik Persian language dominates in most parts of the country. Non-Tajik inhabitants often speak Tajik as a second language. Moreover, there is also a large Tajik minority in Afghanistan and smaller ones in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Russia. The language is very closely related to the Persian and for the most part also mutually intelligible. In Tajikistan, however, some archaic elements have been preserved, and there is also a significant influence of Turkic languages and Russian. The standard language is based on Northwest Tajik dialects, which were somewhat influenced by the Uzbek language because of their geographical proximity. In Tajikistan and the other former Soviet republics, it is written in Cyrillic script, but in Afghanistan it is written in Arabic, where the language is usually called Dari. In total, there are over 5 million people speaking Tajik, but the Tajiks of Afghanistan are not included in this figure.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
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