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Posted 05 February 2008 - 01:35 AM

Dear friends,

for my study I am learning Tajik. For the finishing exam I have to translate a text from Ayni.
My problem is that I have to learn Tajik on my own and I only have newspapers and some textbooks to translate from and a big tajik-russian dictionary. But I do not have something like a basic vocabulary... I am at the moment just translating texts and learning the words I looked up. But these are not necessarily the most usefull words... How could I learn in a way, that I learn only the most common words? Are there any lists of basic tajik vocabulary on the net? Or can I download books from Ayni somewhere? Would probably also be more usefull translating these than newspaper texts...

Thanks for your help,

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Posted 05 February 2008 - 05:31 AM

Dear Julia:

Thank you for visiting Tajik community at Tajikam.com. It is great to see you and your interest in learning Tajik. Because once you have felt the love of Tajiks (Persians of Central Asia, Khorasanian), its language, history, culture, and literature, you will be amazed by feeling the beauty of Tajiki. We hope your stay will be as much informative and gainful as possible.

Regarding your question, I think this link (http://mynet.tj/lugat/?lg=entj) can help you alot. It is a web-site that translates your word (does not matter what language you use: Tajiki, English, or Russian), it automatically gives you all possible translations. It is very useful Tajik online dictionary with power 3 (Tajik, English, and Russian). You can also use given letters of (J, Gh, H, Yu, I) under the search engine, to look up your word. This web-site is launched not long ago, therefore, it does not have many words. By many words, I mean more than 100,000. Other than that, it is very good and has basic translation of all words. Hope it will be helpful for you.

Secondly, regarding downloading Ayni's book, I think maybe there are online versions of Ayni's books, but I don't know yet. I will definately search for it for you and hope other Tajik brothers here will be a big help and will post their suggestions.

I have got some questions. You said that you are learning Tajik for your finishing exam, and I would like to ask you where do you study Tajik? What institution do you study Tajik? For how long have you been interested in learning Tajik? I would appreciate you answers to these questions. Thank you in advance and looking forward to seeing you around.

PS: This thread is dedicated to learning Tajik Cyrillic, maybe you want to take a look and post your comments/concerns/suggestions here. Here is the link:
http://tajikam.com/f...read.php?t=1134

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