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Language code: fa-IR
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Persian (fa-IR), also known as Farsi, is an Indo-European language spoken by approximately 110 million people, primarily in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.
Pronunciation in Persian is characterized by its array of unique sounds. The articulation of consonants and vowels follows patterns unfamiliar to many non-native speakers. It's a language with intricate grammar rules and distinct phonetics that plays a vital role in its tone and rhythm.
Consonants. Persian has 23 consonants, and many of them are articulated similarly to their counterparts in English. However, there are some that might pose challenges for English speakers, such as the uvular sounds like 'ق' and 'غ'.
Vowels. This language has six vowel phonemes, and every one of them is distinct. There are three short vowels (a, e, o) and three long vowels (ā, ī, ū). The distinction between short and long vowels is significant in Farsi and can change the meaning of words.
Diphthongs. There are few diphthongs in Persian. When vowels come together in Farsi, they typically retain their individual sounds, and they are pronounced separately.
No Phonemic Tone. Unlike some Asian languages, this language does not have a tonal aspect, which means that the meaning of words is not affected by pitch.
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