|Nama||:||Similarities Between Persian And Indonesian|
|Date||:||04 June 2018|
|Type||:||Video to Mp3|
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In this episode, we compare two languages belonging to separate families, Indonesian and Persian. We explore the similarities between the two languages which are the result of historical contacts between the people of Indonesia and those from the Middle East. For any questions, suggestions, or feedback, contact us on Instagram:
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Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia) is an Austronesian language, a standardized register of Malay and the official language of Indonesia. Indonesia is a multi-lingual country and most Indonesians speak another language, however, the Indonesian language has been used as a lingua franca in the archipelago for centuries. Indonesian is also recognized as minority language in East Timor.
The Persian language (Farsi) is classified as one of the Western Iranian languages. Persian has had a huge impact on other languages and cultures, mainly in the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia and holds official status is Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. Persian has strongly influenced numerous Turkic languages, as well as well as Armenian, Georgian, and many languages in the Indian subcontinent, eventually reaching Southeast Asia as well. Persian has a long history of literature and it was notable for being the first language in the Muslim world to break through Arabic's monopoly on writing. The Persian language has also influenced the Arabic language, although the impact of Arabic on Persian has been higher.The influence of Persian in the Muslim world has been strong since the early days of Islam. It was even established as a court tradition instead of Arabic under many ruling Muslim dynasties.