eskandar wrote:Also, does anyone have any resources or insight into the specific ways Tajiki has been influenced by Russian and Uzbek?
nicofr wrote:Instead of Tadjikistan, maybe you could consdier going in some southern regions of Uzbekistan (specialy in Boukhara) where the population is mainly Tadjik?
poppy wrote:perhaps you already thought about it, but another option might be working or combing work and study. if you hold an Iranian passport, the fees for the Dehkhoda Institute are lower, so if you could stay with family and do some part-time work maybe it would be possible.
alijsh wrote:After Tajikistan was separated from Iran, Russians imposed their culture in the region which resulted in Persian to be written in Cyrillic alphabet there. I think it's an important thing that you should consider. They don't write Persian in our script (Perso-Arabic) and I think they teach you Persian in Cyrillic alphabet (the same alphabet in which Russian is written). As far as I know, there are attempts to restore Perso-Arabic script but God knows how much it takes (if ever).
There are notable differences in the spoken form of Iranian and Tajiki Persian (in pronunciation, vocabulary, some tenses, etc.).
There must be a way for you to be able to come here. You're Iranian anyway and I expect it to be helpful.
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