Learn Armenian, and learn one of the first languages into which the Bible was translated!
The Armenian language is the official language of Armenia and is an independent branch of Indo-European languages. Over the centuries, the Armenian language underwent grammatical and phonological changes.
Armenian alphabet is not like any alphabet in the world. It has 38 letters and was invented by Mesrop Mashtots while trying to translate the Bible.
Did you know?
Armenian was the eleventh language to be printed on the moveable type press (in 1511 or 1512, following Latin, German, Greek, Czech, Hebrew, French, Arabic, Dutch, English, and Italian).
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With our Armenian Starter Microlearning Course, you can: