Farsi is an Indo-European language spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan, among other countries. It is written in the Arabic alphabet and has many unique cultural and linguistic features.
Farsi is the official language of Iran and one of the two official languages of Afghanistan. It is also widely spoken in other countries with large Persian-speaking communities.
Farsi has two distinct regional varieties: one spoken in Iran, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, and Central Asia, and the other in the Persian Gulf.
Farsi has a rich vocabulary, containing many words borrowed from Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and other languages.
Farsi's writing system is based on the Arabic alphabet, modified to represent Persian sounds.
Farsi is known for its musical and poetic nature and is often used for literary and literary-inspired works.
Farsi uses suffixes to form new words. For example, the suffixes -i and -idan can be added to a verb to indicate "to do" or "to make."
Farsi has its literary form, the ruba'i, a four-line stanza. Every ruba'i should contain a rhyming ending repeated at the lines' end.
Farsi is known for its complex grammar, which includes tenses, moods, noun classes, and plural forms.
Despite being complex, Farsi's pronunciation is relatively consistent and predictable.
Farsi also has its unique script, the Jawi alphabet, used in Central Asia.