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The Kurdish language can be divided into the three main dialect groups, Kurmanji (Northern Kurdish), Sorani (Central Kurdish) and Palewani (Southern Kurdish). Kurmanji and Sorani are, beside Arabic, the official languages in the autonomous region Kurdistan, which is located in the north of Iraq.
Kurdish languages belong to the northwestern group of the Iranian branch of Indo-European languages. Worldwide there are about 30 to 45 million Kurds who speak the Kurdish languages as first or second languages. Today they mainly live in eastern Turkey, northern Syria, north-western Iran and northern Iraq, where the Kurdistan Autonomous Region is also located. Due to migration, there are also many Kurdish-speaking people in Western Europe.
Kurmanji (Northern Kurdish) is the most widely spoken Kurdish language. It is spoken by about eight to ten million people, mainly in Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Armenia, Lebanon and some former Soviet republics. Kurmanji has been written mainly in the Kurdish-Latin alphabet since the 1930s.
Sorani (Central Kurdish) is spoken by about five million people in the south of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (Iraqi Kurdistan) and in western Iran. Sorani is mainly written in Arabic with Persian special characters. However, the Kurdish-Latin alphabet is also increasingly used.
South Kurdish is spoken mainly in the West of Iran and in the East of Northern Iraq by about three to five million people. It has been greatly influenced by the Persian language and is considered the oldest of the Kurdish languages. South Kurdish is mainly written in Arabic with Persian special characters.
In Kurmanji we have created, among other things, the recordings for educational movies.
Voice over recordings in Kurmanji are carried out in professional recording studios. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Kurmanji language and are trained professional voice talents.