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The language Farsi (Persian) is the official language in Iran. In Afghanistan the Persian language is called Dari. About 68 million Iranians speak Farsi (Persian) as their first or second language. Approximately 40 million of them speak Farsi as their mother tongue.
The 50 to 70 million native speakers call Farsi or Dari the Persian language. It is the most frequently spoken Indo-European language in West and Central Asia. It is also spoken in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan and Dagestan (Russia).
Persian has been written in Arabic since the Arab conquest. In order to reproduce sounds that did not exist in Arabic, however, the Arabic alphabet was extended by four additional letters, so that the Persian alphabet now comprises 32 letters. Only in Tajikistan and the other states of the former Soviet Union the Cyrillic alphabet used.
The dialects Farsi and Dari are very similar; the formal differences between the two languages are not very large. However, both languages differ in the spoken language significantly, since different terms and pronunciation variants are used in the different dialects.
In comparison to Farsi, where linguists ensure that foreign influences are reduced, Dari allows different loan words from English.
Farsi is a very ” bloomy ” language, which works with many paraphrases. When recording speech, there is a danger that translations into Persian may be much longer than the original text. This must be taken into account, especially with time-synchronous recordings, if necessary, by shortening the text.
For cultural reasons, male speakers are often used in Persian audio productions, even if the text in the source media is spoken by women.
We have already implemented a considerable number of projects in Farsi, including the recordings for educational movies for the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA), the dubbing for a web-based training course (WBT) on ethics, and voice recordings for a documentary on the construction of the Makkah Royal Clock Tower in Mecca.
Voice over recordings in Farsi are carried out in professional recording studios. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Farsi language and are trained professional voice talents.