🎓 Bachelor's in Armenian History/Language from Yerevan State University (AM) & Master's in European Affairs from the College of Europe (BE)
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🇦🇲 Armenian pronunciation is always consistent with the spelling, and the tonic accent is always on the last syllable of the word.
❓❗Compared to other languages, the Armenian has different punctuation marks. Take the period for example, in the Armenian, a colon like (:) punctuation is used to show a full stop. A question mark is simply a curvy line that’s put on top of the word in question and not at the end of the sentence.
The Armenian punctuation for semicolon is the full stop punctuation in English. To show abbreviated words, the punctuation mark “՟” is used.
According to the CIA, Armenian is a category 4 language. For comparison, Category 1 languages ought to take up to 600 hours of studying to learn and include the Nordic languages and Italian. Category 2's take about 750 hours and includes German. Category 3's take 900 hours and include Swahili and Indonesia. Category 4 languages, like Armenian, take 1100 hours to learn. Category 5's take 2200 hours to learn and include Mandarin and Arabic.