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The Armenian language is considered an independent branch of the Indo-European language groups. It is spoken by around seven million people today, around three million of whom live in Armenia.
Historically, the Armenian language developed from Old Armenian, called "Grabar". It was from 5.-11. It was used in the 19th century as a written language - initially for the translation of the Bible - and until the 19th century as the language of scholars. The spoken language evolved into Central Armenian and then New Armenian by the 17th century. In the 19th century, two written languages ‚Äč‚Äčemerged from different dialects: New East Armenian, called "Ashharabar", spread mainly in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, Iran and India; New West Armenian predominantly in Turkey, the Middle East, Europe and the USA.
In the phonetic system, Armenian has hardly anything in common with the Indo-European languages. The rich case system with seven cases was retained. It knows no genera, the simplified verb forms are formed with auxiliary verbs. The word order in the sentence follows the rule "subject - predicate - object". The vocabulary contains numerous Iranian, Syrian, Greek, Arabic, French and Turkish loan words. Armenian is spoken with a lot of clasps and fricatives; there are 26 consonants that are combined differently. Armenian is written in its own 39-letter alphabet, which was created by a monk as early as the 5th century.