About Armenian Language
According to Wikipedia.org, The Armenian language is spelled Haieren and is popular as the Indo-European language. Traditionally it was considered as the dialect of Iran. In this modern era, the Armenian language is spoken by 6.7 million people all across the globe. The majority of Armenian language speakers live in Armenia that covers around 3.4 million people. Some other speakers of this language also reside in Georgia and Russia. Other 100,000 speakers live in Iran. The Armenian language can be distinguished in many varieties including Old Armenian (Grabar), Middle Armenian (Miǰin hayerên), and Modern Armenian, or Ašxarhabar (Ashkharhabar). There are two written varieties for modern Armenia that include Western Armenian (Arewmtahayerên) and Eastern Armenian (Arewelahayerên). There are about 50 dialects that were introduced before 1915. Surprisingly, the population of Turkey was reduced due to massacres and other adverse conditions.