Armenian uses its own alphabet and it stands in a family branch by itself, with no sister languages. Armenian has no grammatical gender and no separate gender pronouns. uTalk teaches you the Eastern Armenian variant, most relevant for travelling to the country itself.§Learn Armenian with uTalk
Armenian has its own unique alphabet. There’s even a monument to it in Armenia with all 39 letters recreated in giant stones.
There are more Armenian speakers living outside Armenia than inside the country.
The Armenian full stop is written like an English colon : and its question mark looks like this ՞.
The pomegranate is a symbolic fruit in Armenia and represents good fortune and fertility.
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