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Pashto fun fact

One of the two official languages of Afghanistan (the other being Dari, or Farsi), Pashto is part of the Eastern Iranian languages group and is a native language of the Pashtun people, the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan. Learn More

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About the Pashto language

One of the two official languages of Afghanistan (the other being Dari, or Farsi), Pashto is part of the Eastern Iranian languages group and is a native language of the Pashtun people, the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan.

Where is Pashto spoken?

Although numbers vary depending on the source, it's safe to say that if you choose to learn Pashto, you'll have plenty of people to talk to. Pashto is spoken by an estimated 16 million people in the northern and western regions of Afghanistan, and by the Afghan diaspora around the world. Iran also boasts a healthy Pashto-speaking community of nearly 50 million, and the language is also spoken in parts of Pakistan, India, Tajikistan, the United Arab Emirates, and other countries.

Details of the Pashto language

Similar to Urdu, Pashto script is written with the Arabic alphabet with characters added to better express the intricacies of the language. It's arranged with a subject-object-verb word order, with a split ergative. It's said that learners of Pashto could benefit from learning Arabic first. But with the Rosetta Stone immersive environment and proprietary voice-recognition technology, you'll have the support you need to succeed in this ancient language.

Fun fact about the Pashto language

For centuries, Afghanistan and Pakistan were at the crossroads of ancient international trade routes, like the Silk Road, where ideas and knowledge were transported along with goods and riches. For example, some of the most detailed records of life in Afghanistan before the eighth century came from Chinese Buddhist monks who traveled to India via Afghanistan.