Armenian is a strong, widely spoken language of today, with a rich history that has a hint of mystery to it. It is an excellent language to begin to learn if you have an interest in languages themselves. This might sound as though it could apply to any language, but Armenian has some very interesting singularities within the language itself.
It is fascinating to look at in greater depth as a scholar of languages or simply to understand a language that you probably will not have encountered before.
The Armenian language also has its own script, and does not use a Romanized alphabet. Armenian alphabet is not like any alphabet in the world, it has 38 letters.
Greek is currently the closest language to Armenian in terms of aural recognition.
KEY LEARNING POINTS
Recognise the alphabet and the sounds in Armenian
Make your introduction eloquently
Understand colours and be able to use them fluently in conversation
Work with numbers 1-20
Implement the days of the week into sentences
Explore how to use simple greetings
Talk about countries and explain where you live and your surroundings
Know how to ask and tell the time
Give your phone number and contact details
Talk about general food and drinks
Get familiar with things around the kitchen
ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE
Speaking a second language everyday will help keep the doctor away! – Research has demonstrated the cognitive benefits of learning another language, no matter how old you are. Improved memory, longer attention span, and a reduced risk of age-related cognitive decline, are just a few of the known encouraging effects of speaking two or more languages.
Even in small, local companies, chances are that the ability to speak a second language will set you apart from other applicants.
Language and culture are linked – learn another language and you will have insight into another culture.
Make your travel more enjoyable and easier by using the local language amongst tourists.