Persian orthography and its relation to literacy.

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Baluch, Bahman;
(2005)
  • Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

Persian orthography, which is a modified version of the Arabic script, is used for transcribing the Persian\ud (Farsi) language, which is the major language spoken in Iran. Persian is also one of the two (Farsi and\ud Urdu) major languages spoken in Afghanistan, and the ... View more
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