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  • Опубликовано: 21 ноя 2017
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    Easy Languages is an international video project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews and expose the street culture of participating partner countries abroad. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English.
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    Host and producer: Eliza Grigoryan
    Camera: Armen Grigoryan and Vigen Ohanyan

Комментарии • 204

  • Britloves Quincy
    Britloves Quincy 19 дней назад +2

    I wanna be fluent in Armenian so bad

  • Tehlirian777
    Tehlirian777 21 день назад +2

    Էլիզա Գրիգորյան շնորհակալություն!
    շատ հետաքրքիր զրոյցներ էին.
    Ես իմ անուշ Հայաստանի արևահամ բառն եմ սիրում,
    Մեր հին սազի ողբանւագ, լացակումած լարն եմ սիրում,
    Արնանման ծաղիկների ու վարդերի բո՛յրը վառման,
    Ու նաիրեան աղջիկների հեզաճկուն պա՛րն եմ սիրում:

    Սիրում եմ մեր երկինքը մուգ, ջրերը ջինջ, լիճը լուսէ,
    Արևն ամռան ու ձմեռվայ վիշապաձայն բուքը վսեմ,
    Մթում կորած խրճիթների անհիւրընկալ պատերը սև
    Ու հնամեայ քաղաքների հազարամյա քա՛րն եմ սիրում:

    Ո՛ւր էլ լինեմ - չե՛մ մոռանայ ես ողբաձայն երգերը մեր,
    Չե՜մ մոռանայ աղօթք դարձած երկաթագիր գրքերը մեր,
    Ինչքան էլ սո՜ւր սիրտս խոցեն արիւնաքամ վէրքերը մեր -
    Էլի՛ ես որբ ու արնավառ իմ Հայաստան-եա՛րն եմ սիրում:

    Իմ կարօտած սրտի համար ո՛չ մի ուրիշ հեքիաթ չկայ.
    Նարեկացու, Քուչակի պէս լուսապսակ ճակատ չկայ.
    Աշխա՛րհ անցի՛ր՝ Արարատի նման ճերմակ գագաթ չկայ.
    Ինչպէս անհաս փառքի ճամբա՝յ ես իմ Մասիս սա՛րն եմ սիրում:
    Եղիշէ Չարենց

  • ابو دودي و سلمون
    ابو دودي و سلمون 25 дней назад

    هههههه عمي روح السوا الفديووووات اني شنوووو هههههه

  • Batuhan Aksu
    Batuhan Aksu 28 дней назад +7

    I’m of Turkish origin, I’ve been to Yerevan last summer. It was absolutely my favorite place until now. Armenian people are also so kind and helpful! What happened in past stayed in past. I wish none of those actions never happened, and still, we need look forwards. I’ve been Tsisinakaberd (Armenian Genocide Museum), the woman on the desk was so surprised to see a person who’s of Turkish origin. We need to take lessons from history, we need to educate ourselves. As a person who’s of Turkish origin, I was kinda scared because of horror stories at the beginning, and at the end, i was amazed by Armenian hospitality. They are a great nation, I admire their jewelry. And never thirsty in Yerevan, because Armenia is also the land of water. Current Armenian president is also one of the developers of Tetris game. So, you should visit Armenia. It’s highly recommended. Take a walk around Republic Square at night, you’ll love it.

    • Tehlirian777
      Tehlirian777 20 дней назад +3

      +Eliza Grigorian Let me know when you build those imaginary bridges. About a decade ago Hrant Dink actively pursued that idea and tried to open a dialogue between the two nations and what did that get him? He was murdered. I have no doubt the Turkish scumbag Er-dog-an was behind it. He enacted the law, article 301 of Turkish criminal code, which called for the punishment of those who "Insult Turkishness" and that created the atmosphere of hate which led to his murder. Wake Up Armenians!
      In any event, good luck! I did not mean to bore you with facts!

    • Tehlirian777
      Tehlirian777 21 день назад +2

      +Eliza Grigorian The relations between the indigenous Armenians and their Central Asian Turkish murderers will never be normalized until the 1915 Armenian Genocide of 1,500,000 Armenians is acknowledged, reparations made, anti-Armenian rhetoric criminalized and six occupied Armenian provinces in eastern Turkey, occupied Western Armenia, are returned to their native Armenian owners and inhabitants. The border between the two countries was deliberately closed by Turkey, with no Armenian provocations toward Turkey, solely for punishing Armenians for their dedicated pursuit of the Armenian Genocide recognition around the world. Of course they would give you different reasons for that, such as the conflict between Armenians and the artificial terrorist Tatar gas station next door, but don't believe it. Regardless, closing borders with a country without any threat from them is illegal and considered an act of war. Imagine what they would say if, for example, the Russians blockaded the Black Sea port in support of Armenia! Their anti-Armenian Islamo-fascist leaders, such as their president Er-dog-an and their current and former ministers Mevlut and Ahmet Gotverenoglu, speak of peace in the region but then they invent and coin phrases such as "Two states, one nation" referring to themselves and former homeless Tatar terrorists (falsely known as azeris) to further foment the seed of hatred toward the Armenians. This FALSE and racist phrase is nothing more than euphemism for anti-Armenian pan-Turkic agenda which calls for the elimination of the ancient kingdom of Armenia off the map. It is 2018 and these Turkish scoundrels are still pursuing the ideology of pan-Turanism, under the banner of Islam, which calls for a contiguous Turkic empire from Mediterranean to China at the expense of the indigenous populations. Turkish leaders are wolves in sheep's clothing and they should never be trusted. Ordinary Turks can be your "friends" so long as you don't speak of the genocide and have no claims from Turkey whatsoever. Those Armenians who blindly trust the Turks are forever doomed.

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 27 дней назад +1

      Thank you so much for sharing your experiences and feel free to visit Armenia anytime 💜 I just wish the borders were open, so each of us can visit each other without any problem ☺ this is what most Armenians told me, in an episode which will be published soon so stay tuned 😉

  • Vergine Harutyunyan
    Vergine Harutyunyan Месяц назад +1

    Woah!!! Finallyyyyyy !! I've been waiting! Make some more vidz ,OK?? :DD

    • Vergine Harutyunyan
      Vergine Harutyunyan Месяц назад

      Very exciting!

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian Месяц назад

      Happy to hear that ❤
      There was a big pause, but hopefully there will be more videos 😊

  • Ethan Russell
    Ethan Russell 2 месяца назад

    Almost like Turkish

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian Месяц назад

      +Ethan Russell Armenia for centuries being part of Persian and Ottoman empires, adopted some elements of culture, cuisine and the language. The only similarities it has with Urdu / Hindi, are the Persian and Turkish loanwords. In the last years, also Russian, as being part of USSR. This is all history thing.

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian Месяц назад

      +Antromoji I do suggest to do some research at home before writing anything. Google, wikipedia, academia, jstor and many others. Good luck.

    • Ethan Russell
      Ethan Russell Месяц назад

      Being its own language family, it alarms me to hear the language sounding like a Turkic language, yet they have more similarities to Farsi and have loan words from other languages. If it's close to Urdu it must be close to Hindi as well. My mind is blown.

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 2 месяца назад

      Many loanwords in Armenian are of Turkish and Persian origin, but Armenian itself is not Turkic language, it's an independent branch like Greek and Albanian.

  • Aratta Ararat
    Aratta Ararat 2 месяца назад +1

    Thank you for video.... Its interesting that each Armenian state has its dialect. In ancient time not only dialect but also national garments were different. I like to here also Western Armenians speech ....and its interesting that Eastern Armenians managed easily to understand Western Armenians. P.s. Armenia you are great with your history culture with every element of your🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲

    • Aratta Ararat
      Aratta Ararat 2 месяца назад +1

      Yes Eastern Armenians can easily understand Western Armenian...but when i met Western Armenian for them its hard to understand easter armenians ...but its not strange because even now in Armenia we can see regions with its dialect that is hard to understand...for me Armenia is the most interesting counrty and is the cradle of culture and civilization.

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 2 месяца назад +1

      Thank you so much ❤ I will try to organize and make videos in Western Armenian 😊 there are slight differences, but we don't have a problem understanding each other. I am myself an Eastern Armenian speaker but I can understand Western dialect pretty well 😉

  • Brandon Bohr.
    Brandon Bohr. 2 месяца назад +1

    Úna lengua muy hermosa

  • Sam Gaming
    Sam Gaming 2 месяца назад +2

    Beautiful language. Just beautiful. Had never heard it before.

  • Chaitanya Talegaonkar
    Chaitanya Talegaonkar 2 месяца назад +1

    This sounds to me a mixture of Ancient Sanskrit, Russian and middle eastern languages..

  • Wordby Word
    Wordby Word 3 месяца назад +1

    It definitely sounds like Romanian

  • Donnie Lesser
    Donnie Lesser 3 месяца назад +3

    First I thought it sounds indian, then like latin or something, but now I think want to move to Armenia just to be near all these beautiful women 😍

    • Donnie Lesser
      Donnie Lesser 2 месяца назад

      I would believe that, I think I could go as far as to convert to Armenian Orthodoxy 😁

    • mairaa345
      mairaa345 3 месяца назад

      Donnie Lesser I heard the Armenian women are incredibly attractive 😉

  • i'm fine
    i'm fine 3 месяца назад

    asuma dajy charbax :):)

  • A Nomad
    A Nomad 3 месяца назад

    To me this sounds Turkic and the people look the same

    • mairaa345
      mairaa345 3 месяца назад +2

      Mr. Nomad what do you expect, 600 years of Ottoman occupation. Its rather the Turks who have mixed genes (mostly Armenian / Greek / Assyrian / etc.) and they look like Armenian.

  • FUCK YOU IM A POTATO
    FUCK YOU IM A POTATO 4 месяца назад

    Is this the most common Armenian language that most Armenians speak? i'm asking cause there's probably a lot of dialects and i want to learn the most common, standard Armenian. I live in Burbank, CA and it is full of Armenians so i NEED to learn this language but i want to make sure i don't learn the wrong one, if that makes any sense. First i learned Russian cause there are lots of Russians here but now that that's out of the way i must learn Armenian cause too many Armenians come up to me for help and i have no idea what they're saying. Although, I know a lot of Armenians here speak Russian since it's their secondary language..or at least that's what i was told and i believe it cause a couple of times I've asked Armenians if they speak Russian and they immediately reply in Russian, BUT not all of them do.

    • G V
      G V 2 месяца назад

      yes this is the most common one :)

  • leon kazarov
    leon kazarov 4 месяца назад

    Inchuek asum yerevan sity ?inchu chek asum uxaki yerevan ! Jer asatsov statsvuma vor eli ka yerevan ?

  • Vlad S
    Vlad S 4 месяца назад +16

    Very weird but beautiful pronunciation nothing I had heard before. I will visit Armenia one day for sure. Greetings from Greece

    • uptempo
      uptempo Месяц назад

      Γεια

    • Palandockj Andoiz
      Palandockj Andoiz 3 месяца назад +3

      Thank you ❤❤❤❤Greek & Greece

  • Ricardo Velasco
    Ricardo Velasco 4 месяца назад +2

    ❤️🇦🇲❤️

  • Malwai Giddha Bolian no. 1
    Malwai Giddha Bolian no. 1 4 месяца назад

    Koka

  • Alp Aktuna
    Alp Aktuna 5 месяцев назад +4

    I am from Istanbul and have started to learn Armenian. It is such an amazing language with an incredibly, rich, ancient history. I live in the US now, but I hope to visit Armenia in the next year or two to really immerse and practice the language.

    • wololooo xd
      wololooo xd 4 месяца назад

      Seni varya infaz etmek gerekir , amınakodugum etnik döküntüsü

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 5 месяцев назад +2

      Alp Aktuna that's so great to hear! That is why I'm here to help the learners and support them through online videos so that they can get to know better our language and culture 😊 wish you all the best with learning and greetings to our neighbour ☺🇦🇲🇹🇷

  • Andrew Caratchan
    Andrew Caratchan 5 месяцев назад +4

    I love Armenians! :***

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 5 месяцев назад

      Andrew Caratchan Thank you, we love you too ❤❤😍

  • Palandockj Andoiz
    Palandockj Andoiz 6 месяцев назад

    who here writes about the languages of Pakistan and Afghanistan that bitch! Armenian - like Armenian! (Phrygian / Luwian! )

    • Vahan Nalbandian
      Vahan Nalbandian 5 месяцев назад

      armenian has a lot of persian loanwords and the way is we change the words to suit our languages is similar to afghan persian so its understandable

  • Natiq Abdullayev
    Natiq Abdullayev 6 месяцев назад

    Vurum sizin dilivizə

  • S M
    S M 7 месяцев назад

    where's lesson 2?

    • mairaa345
      mairaa345 6 месяцев назад

      As far as I know, the host does all the work - the hosting, postproduction and translation. It's very difficult for one person to manage everything, so surely it will take some time.

  • Yana Muradyan
    Yana Muradyan 7 месяцев назад +2

    More videos please

  • WildCraft Gameplay
    WildCraft Gameplay 7 месяцев назад +2

    More hayeren videos please. Wonderful people

  • sweetyvan
    sweetyvan 10 месяцев назад +15

    I wanna go to visit Yerevan
    Greetings from Romania

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 10 месяцев назад +2

      sweetyvan You're welcome! 😍
      Greetings back to lovely Romania 😊

  • Manas Das
    Manas Das 10 месяцев назад

    Armenian people look like Afghans, Pakistanis and light skinned Indians(northwest Indians, punjabis).

    • papa london
      papa london 4 месяца назад

      Obviously this guy hasn't been outside of his cave,get out my clueless friend.

    • Palandockj Andoiz
      Palandockj Andoiz 6 месяцев назад

      Manas Das, What?!

    • Cristian Nalbandian
      Cristian Nalbandian 10 месяцев назад

      I mean we all had persian empires on our lands and we might look like some southern italians due to the Mediterranean.

    • mairaa345
      mairaa345 10 месяцев назад +10

      Manas Das trust me, I've met many Afghans, Pakistanis and Indians in my life and there's no comparison. Armenians look more like Italians, Greek and Spanish people.

  • Bla Bla
    Bla Bla 11 месяцев назад +3

    Love Hayastan

  • Nick Wensel
    Nick Wensel 11 месяцев назад +2

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS VIDEO

  • Samir Benameur
    Samir Benameur 11 месяцев назад +3

    Armenians are a nice people i would love to visit their country

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад +1

      Samir Benameur you're very welcome ☺😊!

  • Aleks R. Boyadzhiyan
    Aleks R. Boyadzhiyan 11 месяцев назад +4

    I'm Armenian Bulgarian whose ancestors moved here to Bulgaria more than a hundred years ago. Earlier last year I got the chance to visit Armenia for the first time in my life. I did a lot of volunteering and traveling (a lot of hitchhiking too) around in the country. The kindness of the local people there is simply OUT of this planet! Never seen such kind people before. The nature and the food are absolutely incredible too! A must visit for every traveler and adventure-seeker.

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад

      Aleks R. Boyadzhiyan Thank You for this comment Alex jan 😊

  • T M
    T M 11 месяцев назад +3

    Armenian doesn't sound like Persian

    • Suren Kalantarian
      Suren Kalantarian 10 месяцев назад +7

      Armenian sounds like Armenian

    • Oshin 1997
      Oshin 1997 11 месяцев назад +2

      T M
      I'm Persian and you right

  • Learn Ukrainian With Roman
    Learn Ukrainian With Roman 11 месяцев назад +2

    Yay!I have been waiting for this language for so long! Really good video!

    • Learn Ukrainian With Roman
      Learn Ukrainian With Roman 11 месяцев назад +1

      Будь-ласка! Hopefully soon I will learn your language. It followed me since I was a kid.

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад +1

      Learn Ukrainian With Roman Thank you ❤ Дякую 😊

  • S M
    S M 11 месяцев назад

    will there be interviews in Western Armenian?

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад +1

      Richard Schiffman don't be retarded

    • Richard Schiffman
      Richard Schiffman 11 месяцев назад

      Western Armenian? Oh you mean Turkish HAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад

      Eliza Grigorian really, where?

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад +1

      Saro M yes, we plan to do that :)

  • 08yallvon
    08yallvon 11 месяцев назад

    3:27 yerevani hetaqrqir patmutyunnerc mekn ayn e vr "milicia Andreye poghocum nkatoghutyun er anum bolorin ovqer shukayic mis ein gnum u aranc karmir shorov patatelu( aryuni guyne cherevar)poghocov qaylum depi tun.
    Vr amenageghecik shunutyunneric shatere karucvel en "qimiakan shinararutyun" kazmakerputyan koghmic.
    Vr mardik zhptalov asum en "shat patmutyunner" giten baic voch mi patmutyun "chen hisum"

  • 08yallvon
    08yallvon 11 месяцев назад

    3:14 kareli a tanel Club, Pub... Ay qez baan, uremn Yerevanum Hayn. Yerevanin bnorosh vochinch chka piti ashkharhov nek taratzvarz nuynadzen ckup kam pub tanel? Edqan el anughegh mard?

  • MrGakn
    MrGakn 11 месяцев назад +1

    Interesting how they say "of course" similar to Hungarian

    • Aratta Ararat
      Aratta Ararat 2 месяца назад

      We say iharke... how is it in Hungary??

    • Mina Matyan
      Mina Matyan 7 месяцев назад

      We say "Iharke"

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад

      MrGakn how?

  • ツ Deon Garth シ
    ツ Deon Garth シ 11 месяцев назад +5

    After seeing Easy Languages doing Armenian, I SUBSCRIBED immediately! 🏃 The language sounds beautiful and is written so unique yet intimidating lol. Can't wait until they do Georgian in the near future and perhaps do a comparison. ☺↔😊

    • S M
      S M 9 месяцев назад

      Eliza Grigorian ok

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад

      Saro M please check out Easy Languages episodes, Russian-German, Polish-Arabic, German-Polish, although languages are different they share some words/phrases that are used in both languages. Based on that concept, we plan to do the same.

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад

      Eliza Grigorian didn't know they had similarities

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад

      ツ Deon's Loud House Diaries' シ thank You so much ^_^ I can already tell, there will be new language soon :) keep an eye on Easy Languages channel, am excited myself haha 😊😁

    • ツ Deon Garth シ
      ツ Deon Garth シ 11 месяцев назад +1

      Eliza Grigorian That's wonderful! ^.^ I'll be waiting for as long as it takes and definitely looking forward for more volunteers to show their beautiful countries and culture for each other and so excited for it! Keep it the amazing work Eliza! 😊

  • ああ ああ
    ああ ああ 11 месяцев назад +1

    とうとうアルメニア語が来たか。。

    • Grant Reznor
      Grant Reznor 9 месяцев назад +1

      こんにちは私は日本語を勉強しています

    • Рио Низаваев
      Рио Низаваев 11 месяцев назад +1

      すごいですねえ まず文字を覚えたい

  • Davidio19
    Davidio19 11 месяцев назад

    What do you guys think of the way the language sounds? Is it to harsh, is it nice to the ear?? any thoughts.

    • Doherty F.
      Doherty F. 11 месяцев назад +2

      It sounds very nice, very soft to me

  • Anthony Alexander
    Anthony Alexander 11 месяцев назад +4

    SHNORAKAL EM!

  • 翔琢裕司
    翔琢裕司 11 месяцев назад +17

    I really like armenian language!!!

  • Poster27
    Poster27 11 месяцев назад +9

    Armenian girls are so pretty (o^▽^o) And the language doesn't seem to be that hard at the first glance. I'd love to see more videos of Easy Armenian.

  • lonmnb
    lonmnb 11 месяцев назад +4

    sounds like persian

    • Tehlirian777
      Tehlirian777 20 дней назад

      +TheophilusBana How did you come up with that number? How do you know 40% of Persian vocabulary was not borrowed from Armenian? How can you tell who borrowed from whom? Besides, take it from people who know both languages fluently that the number of words shared between the two is no more than your 10 fingers!

    • TheophilusBana
      TheophilusBana 11 месяцев назад +3

      lonmnb 40% of Armenian vocabulary is borrowed from Parthian which is an Indo-Iranian language closely related to Persian but not 100% the same.

  • Eliza Grigorian
    Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад +4

    Dear Easy Languages friends,
    If you wish to find out more about Armenian language, I recommend this article, written by Polish professor of Armenian studies, Andrzej Pisowicz www.britannica.com/topic/Armenian-language 😊
    Thank you all for your positive comments, I am sooo happy to introduce my culture and language to the world! ❤ expect next videos from Armenia 🇦🇲 love You all ❤ !
    ~ Eliza (Easy Armenian co-producer)

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад +1

      Bla Bla i'm trying to do it for many years. Since I grew up in Poland, I was trying to spread Armenian culture through art, and now joined Easy Languages team :) I want more people to discover my country 😊❤🇦🇲

    • Bla Bla
      Bla Bla 11 месяцев назад +1

      Eliza Grigorian i wonder if you can spread your culture because armenia is awesome

  • The Blues Lab
    The Blues Lab 11 месяцев назад +2

    Easy Languages Empire is expanding :D I hope that this video will make us at least to read the wikipedia article about the history of this ancient country :D en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenia

  • Juan Carlos Rivera Espinoza
    Juan Carlos Rivera Espinoza Год назад +3

    Thank you so much, really interesting language and pronunciation.

  • سهيلة محمد
    سهيلة محمد Год назад +6

    Easy Armenian , yaaaaaay🎆🎆🎉🎈 I love you Easy Languages and really appreciate your efforts to provide language videos for everyone 💜😘💞

  • YIIMM
    YIIMM Год назад +2

    I come from an Armenian family on one side but none of them have lived there for over a century so this is the first time I've actually heard what the language sounds like.

  • David Ibadzada
    David Ibadzada Год назад +8

    it's not easy at all :D

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian 11 месяцев назад

      David Ibadzada haha, even I, as a native speaker find it hard sometimes :D

  • Bruno Nochi
    Bruno Nochi Год назад +3

    Oh my God i love it !!!!! Thanks for this , i was waiting a long time 🎆

  • Kianglek Tan
    Kianglek Tan Год назад +7

    Melodic and beauty to the ear, soul and mind

  • Kralı
    Kralı Год назад +9

    to me, it sounds like turkish + urdu + persian + Russian :')

    • Alain Smith
      Alain Smith 5 месяцев назад

      It sounds nothing like russian or turkish

    • Vahan Nalbandian
      Vahan Nalbandian 11 месяцев назад

      urdu does contain persian words so maybe thats why

    • mairaa345
      mairaa345 Год назад +2

      Muhamad armenian has many loanwords derived from persian, turkish and russian so no wonder why it sounds so. It doesnt have anything to do with urdu though :)

  • S0larus
    S0larus Год назад +10

    Interesting language, sweet girls.

  • talar Dony
    talar Dony Год назад +17

    YAAAAAAS finally Armenian language ❤ btw I live in Yerevan )))

    • Vishu Mac
      Vishu Mac 4 месяца назад

      talar Dony IN yeravan people know to speak English or not?

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian Год назад +4

      Barevum em )))

  • hello world
    hello world Год назад +20

    I'm a Syriac/Syrian-American. I attended Armenian school as a child and learned the language.

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад

      hello world oh?

  • 立仁Nayr
    立仁Nayr Год назад +16

    Very thankful for this. Easy Languages has become a platform for exposing different languages and cultures to the world. Easy Languages lets people appreciate the different cultures around. Armenian seems very interesting with its unique writing system and phonetics. Kudos to the Easy Languages team!

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian Год назад +3

      Yess, they are awesome! I'm happy to be part of their team :D

  • JONATHAN RAZO
    JONATHAN RAZO Год назад +9

    YES!!! FINALLY! ARMENIAN!

  • lorlgd
    lorlgd Год назад +12

    First time I heard of this language, and it seems very interesting.

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад +2

      lorlgd it's abt 2500-3000 yrs old

  • Pazuzu Jones
    Pazuzu Jones Год назад +10

    A very beautiful sounding language

  • Nic Brasali
    Nic Brasali Год назад +5

    This is the first time I listen to the language. If I didn't know it's Armenian, I would have guessed it's a central Asian Turkic-Mongolic Language mix with one of the Indian dialect.

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад +2

      Nic Brasali lol Armenians won't take that lightly

  • Katja Vaon
    Katja Vaon Год назад +6

    Wow seems so hard to learn😯 but not impossible 😏
    Thanks!

    • S M
      S M 11 месяцев назад

      mairaa345 shit I've read a bit of lord byron's classical armenian to english book pdf. I don't know how he did it and ppl find modern Armenian hard.

    • mairaa345
      mairaa345 Год назад +4

      Katja Gutarra it seems so only at the beginning!
      Lord George Gordon Byron used to say once that "Armenian is the language to speak with God". Plus, its always cool to know something original 😊

  • Hawk Yang
    Hawk Yang Год назад +3

    I've been wondering, generally speaking, what proportion of Armenians can speak Russian?

    • Vahan Nalbandian
      Vahan Nalbandian 11 месяцев назад

      thats only in armenia about 3 million people
      The world contains another 7 million diaspora and most live outside of russia and armenia, so i would say about 30-40 % of entire armenian population. Most others know Persian, Arabic, English, French and Turkish

    • Raro Dish
      Raro Dish Год назад +6

      Hawk Yang I am from Armenia, i think over 70% speaks russian

  • Matheus Onidlag
    Matheus Onidlag Год назад +27

    Finally another language

  • Teacher Paraguaçu Alves
    Teacher Paraguaçu Alves Год назад +6

    O som das palavras são bonitos. Gostei muito do idioma. O alfabeto muito diferente. Beijos

  • Matt of All Trades
    Matt of All Trades Год назад +46

    Armenian seems so different from other languages and so hard

    • Britloves Quincy
      Britloves Quincy 19 дней назад

      Matt of All Trades one of my classmates is Armenian and she said it's a hard language

    • Sayat-Nova
      Sayat-Nova Месяц назад

      There was no Russian influence in 1500, Armenia was fully part of the Persian and Ottoman worlds at that point. Russian influence only entered when the Russian Empire conquered the South Caucasus in the early 1800s.

    • Ani
      Ani 4 месяца назад

      N M-zadeh Is it really that hard to understand that I’m not tryin to argue with you, especially about our history. I just said that modern humans exist for around 200000 years. Can just get your argumentative ass and get out of here, especially when your arguments have nothing to do with the video under which you commented and neither with the comments we made previously

    • N M-zadeh
      N M-zadeh 4 месяца назад

      Ani
      Ok, I have some information about your history from internet. And on this video our territory was shown like armenian historical places. It's absolutely wrong. And you are wrong. Where is your motherland?

    • Ani
      Ani 4 месяца назад

      N M-zadeh I’m not sure what your history has do to with what we commented here, but since you have already commented I’m just gonna say, modern humans live on this plant for about 200000 years, so I guess you have to recheck your for 1.5 million year old culture. Also I didn’t not watch the video, so don’t tell me it says in the video, because I don’t really care, just tryin to state what I know from school

  • You know what's so funny?
    You know what's so funny? Год назад +5

    New Language hype!

  • Claire Hannah
    Claire Hannah Год назад +1

    YESSSSSS

  • Marek Ołdak
    Marek Ołdak Год назад +2

    Good luck with your new project!

  • Felipe Matus
    Felipe Matus Год назад

    Greaaat!!!

  • Chef Rafi's Awesome World
    Chef Rafi's Awesome World Год назад +12

    Little Armenia is California is nice too. If you go there, they have the best restaurant named Raffy’s place.

    • Giggles
      Giggles 3 месяца назад

      I've been there, very good food. I used to live in Glendale. :)

    • Yui Mei Geng
      Yui Mei Geng 4 месяца назад

      Chef Rafi's Awesome World p

  • Macuahuitl
    Macuahuitl Год назад +17

    Yerevan people seems very laid back and nice. This video made me want to go there as soon as possible! Thanks.

    • Shafiuzzaman Chowdhury
      Shafiuzzaman Chowdhury 6 месяцев назад

      Eliza Grigorian, I am bangladeshi national.I want to live armenia permanently with my family. Is it possible?

    • Eliza Grigorian
      Eliza Grigorian Год назад +4

      You're very welcome in Armenia 💜

  • Edwin Be
    Edwin Be Год назад +1

    Oh my god, yes! Thank you!