Language Centre Resources - Kurdish
An Indo-European language and a member of the Indo-Iranian group of languages (Western Iranian branch), spoken by c. 10 million people mainly in Kurdistan, a cultural region in southwestern Asia, encompassing sections of southeastern Turkey, northern Iraq, western Iran, Armenia, and northeastern Syria.
The earliest texts date from the 13th century. Modern Kurdish is spoken in many dialects and there is no recognized standard form. The main dialects are Sorani (Iraq and Iran) and Kurmanji (Turkey, Armenia and Syria). The language is also spelt in a variety of scripts - Arabic, Cyrillic, and to a lesser extent Roman and Armenian.
CLASSIFICATION = Indo-European family SCRIPT = Roman and Armenian
|Kurdish basic course : dialect of Sulaimania||KU C.1:1-4|
|Sorany Kurdish : for English-speakers : a complete teach-yourself and reference manual for beginners||KU C. 2
KU C. 2:1 (CD) *
|English-Kurdish Kurdish-English Sorani dictionary||EZ 491.59 EBR. 1|
|Kurdish-English dictionary = Ferhenga Kurmancî-Inglîzî||EZ 491.59 EBR. 2|
|Half Moon||KU L 3(DVD)*|
|Lakposhtha hâm parvaz mikonand||KU L 2(DVD) *|
|Takhté siah||KU L 1(DVD) *|