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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar-Man View Post
    As there's many members who agrees on Farsi, let's compare with this example(Language/Music).

    [YOUTUBE]f2DNMG2s_O0[/YOUTUBE]

    Always adored music from this part of the world
    Armenian does only distantly resemble Persian. Very unique language


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roys View Post
    Always adored music from this part of the world
    Armenian does only distantly resemble Persian. Very unique language
    and that's because of the high amount of loan words we have from Persian....

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    Armenian National Anthem sung by children


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsen_ View Post
    Well no problem. I may be wrong. But could you please explain me what does mean your phrase "there is no harmony in the language, it sounds like random noices" and give me some examples to understand.
    I am Armenian, and I know Turkish too. I can see why Armenian would sound without harmony to someone who's native language is Turkish. Turkish has a grammar phenomenon called vowel harmony and it is the integral and the core part of Turkish language. Armenian has no such thing. Because rest of the phonetics is almost the same (plus all the extra sounds that Turkish doesn't have) to turkish it will sounds like incorrectly harmonized Turkish collection of sounds. So i can imagine Armenian will sounds to Turkish native pretty much like how Georgian sounds to Armenian native speaker

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    what language does this sound like? start watching from 2:00

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    There is a unique side of Armenian but the sound of Armenian is like Kurdish, Zaza and Persian.

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    Sounds like Kurdish and Zaza languages.

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