Is Dari like Pashto?

Who is the author of Dari as a second language?

Sayed is also a blog writer on Afghan culture and languages. He is the author of a Dari language textbook called “Dari as a Second Language”. Sign up to receive new posts by email.

Is Pashto or Dari more spoken?

According to CIA World Factbook, Dari Persian is spoken by 78% (L1 + L2) and functions as the lingua franca, while Pashto is spoken by 50%, Uzbek 10%, English 5%, Turkmen 2%, Urdu 2%, Pashayi 1%, Nuristani 1%, Arabic 1%, and Balochi 1% (2021 est)….

Languages of Afghanistan
Signed Afghan Sign Language

Is Dari like Pashto?

Pashto is a different language than Dari and Farsi. Native Pashto speakers often learn Dari, but few Dari speakers have a good command of Pashto. Formal Farsi and Dari are very similar, but differences in pronunciation and the use of certain words are more noticeable when they are spoken informally.

What are the most important words in Dari?

Learn the 30 most important words in Dari! You plan on travelling to Afghanistan? Here you can find the translation of the 50 most important words and expressions into Dari. If you are about to travel to Afghanistan, this is exactly what you are looking for! How to say Hello! and Goodbye in Dari! To say please and thank you in Dari!

Widely used phrases

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Where can I find the Dari phrasebook?

Just click any blue “Edit” link and start writing! Dari is the name of the variant of Persian spoken in Afghanistan . See also Persian phrasebook . Hello. Salaam. ( . سلام) How are you? Chi tor hasti? Chi hal dari? ( چي حال داري؟) Fine, thank you. Khob, tashakor. ( خوب تشكر) What is your name? Nametan chist ? ( نامتان چيست؟) My name is _____.

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