24-7 Language Services offers Dari interpreting services to public sector law firms, GP practices, businesses and government bodies both in London and outside London. Professional Dari interpreting services are provided by Dari interpreters who have a wide breath of experience and specialism.
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24-7 Language Services offer professional Dari translation services to public sector law firms, doctor’s surgeries, businesses and Government bodies both in London and throughout the UK
Our experienced and qualified translators offer a variety of translation services in Dari , including translations of documents from Dari to English and English to Dari . Our translators are able to offer translations of legal, medical, business documents, websites from Dari to English and into Dari . We offer a certified Dari translation service.
Professional Dari translation services are provided by Dari translators who have a wide breath of experience and specialism and only translate into their mother tongue. Our Dari linguists are carefully vetted and adhere to our quality standards.
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Dari is a native to Afghanistan and there are over 12.5 million native speakers, with over 50% of the population of Afghanistan speaking the language. Some Persian speakers prefer to refer to Dari as Farsi, as in some cases they feel they have had no choice about the selection of this language. Dari, together with Pashto, are the official languages of Afghanistan.
Tajiks are the main speakers of the language, with Hazaras and Aymaqs. There are over 2 million Aghans in Iran and Pakistan speaking Dari, which is dominant in north, central and western Afghanistan regions. Dari-speaking communities are also based in Farah, Kandahar, Gardex and Ghazni.
There are a range of dialects within Dari. These are; Kaboli, Mazari, Panjshiri, Badakhshi, Laghmani, Aimagi, Sistani and Hazaraqi. The dialects of Mazar, Kabul and Badakhshan are quite distinctive from Iranian Persian.
For instance, the Herati dialect shares vocabulary and phonology with both Dari and Iranian Persian. Likewise, the dialect of Persian in Eastern Iran, for instance in Mashhad, is quite similar to the Herati dialect of Afghanistan.
The Arabic alphabet, Perso-Arabic is used to write Dari. There are 32 letters in the Dari alphabet.
The history of Dari begins with Old Persian, an ancestor of Farsi and Dari. It was used up until 3rd century BC, after which time, Middle Persian was used. Farsi was developed in the 9th century AD and Dari followed from this. There are many similarities with Farsi and Dari, including being written in Arabic script. It is quite easy for speakers of either language to understand each other.
Within Iranian languages, there are three eras; the Old, Middle and New (Modern) periods. The roots of the Dari language are Middle Persian, during the Sassanid Dynasty. Dari is the official name for Persian in Afghanistan and it has been since 1964. Dari is the modern (standard) form of Persian, which is used in media and education.
There are seven vowel phonemes in Dari and the vowel length can make a difference to the meaning of the word. There are two diphthongs in Dari language. The stress is usually on the last syllable of the root.
The grammar of Dari and Farsi are quite similar to each other. They are inflected languages, with nouns being simple or compound. Unmodified nouns may be generic, and there is no grammatical gender in the language. The suffix marks the possession and topicalization.
Within Dari, there are three persons; the first, second and third. There are singular and plural number and three moods, which are indicative, subjunctive and counterfactual subjunctive. Two aspects exist within Dari, and these are imperfective and perfective. The three tenses are past, present and inferential past. The word order is subject, object, and verb.
The literary tradition of both Dari and Pashto dates back to the early Muslim centuries, at which time Arabic was also used. Poetry was a big part of the literary tradition of Dari, including the Shah nameh. The modern literature has been focused on the war and changed to the modern world. Islam and freedom have been aspects of literature written in Dari language.