Here 10 videos from YouTube that best match with the term tajik alphabet:

Posted: April 15, 2012 in Art, Language, Tajikistan

Inside are 10 videos from YouTube on learning Tajik alphabet:

Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 1

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 1Length: 7:07:04. View: 1463
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 2

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 2Length: 7:05:58. View: 511
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 3

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 3Length: 7:04:43. View: 348
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 4

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 4Length: 7:07:27. View: 431
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 5

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 5Length: 7:07:42. View: 217
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 6

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 6Length: 7:08:22. View: 215
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 7

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 7Length: 7:06:57. View: 179
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 8

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 8Length: 7:07:25. View: 242
Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 9

Historically Tajiks called their language zabani farsī (Persian: زبان فارسی), meaning Persian language in English. The original term has come back and is increasingly in use in Tajikmedia. The term zabani tajikī, or Tajik language, was introduced in the 20th century by the Soviets. Many Tajik intellectuals are trying to re-embrace the Persian script in order to reconnect with other Persophone societies. This project is produced by a Facebook group dedicated to the Persian language in Central Asia (Забони порсӣ).

Video Title: Persian Alphabet for Central Asians. Unit 9Length: 7:05:49. View: 222
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