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The Armenian language (also called Hayeren) is a branch of the Indo-European languages. There are three language forms: East Armenian (also known as Arevelahayeren) is the official language of the Republic of Armenia but is also spoken by minorities in the internationally unrecognized Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, Iran, Georgia, Russia and other countries of the former USSR.
Ancient Armenian (also known as Grabar) was used as a literary language until the 19th century and is still in use today in the religious sphere.
West Armenian (also known as Arevmtahayeren), which originally comes from Anatolia, is still spoken by many foreign Armenians after the genocide of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, especially in the United States and Lebanon.
Worldwide about 9 million people speak Armenian, of which currently only about 3.2 million Armenians live in the Republic of Armenia at present. The most important centers of the Armenian diaspora are Russia, the USA, Georgia, France, Germany and the countries of the Middle East.
Armenian contains quite a lot of loan words from Greek and therefore a close relationship within the Indo-European languages is assumed. Since the Armenian language also contains many loan words from the Iranian languages, it was mistaken for an Iranian dialect for a long time.
Armenian is written with its own alphabet, which was developed in the 5th century by the monk Saint Mesrop Mashtots.
Grammatically, Armenian usually follows the SPO scheme (subject – predicate – object) in sentence structure, however it is flexible, e.g. to emphasize a part of a sentence.
In Eastern Armenian (Arevelahayeren), we have already produced various audio recordings, including the recordings for educational movies for the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung; web-based training courses (WBTs) for Sonic E-Learning Inc and radio ads for the flydubai airline and the fashion label New Yorker.
Voice over recordings in Eastern Armenian are carried out in professional recording studios located in Armenia. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Armenian language and are trained professional voice talents.