Dari / دری
Dari is the variety of Persian spoken in Afghanistan, where it holds official language status alongside Pashto. Dari is spoken by between 25 and 50 percent of people in Afghanistan, with the majority of the remaining population speaking Pashto, Uzbeck or Turkmen.
While Dari is the term officially recognised and promoted by the Afghan government, many still refer to the language as Afghan Persian.
Dari is mutually intelligible with Farsi, the variety of Persian spoken in Iran. However, there are some significant differences in pronunciation and grammar.
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Did You Know?
There are around 30 different languages spoken in Afghanistan, with around 200 distinct dialects. In this incredibly multilingual country, Dari acts as a common language of communication since it is spoken by approximately 90 percent of urban and 75 percent of rural Afghans.
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