Armenian is the language of Armenians who live in Armenia - a little, old country. This is the country where Christianity was first adopted as a state religion in about 301 A.D.
People are Often Interested to Learn Armenian for Several Reasons:
1. Perhaps their ancestors were Armenians. Millions of Armenians live worldwide today as a result of Armenian Genocide or other historical situations alike.
2. Or, perhaps, you have a friend who is Armenian and want to talk with him with this unique language to surprise him or her.
3. It's also quite possible that you are a linguist and this is a question of simple interest for you.
You can quickly master the relevant grammatical rules of Armenian with this special course. The course consists of 5 sections, though I can't promise not to add more in the near future.
1. The first section is about the alphabet.2. The second will teach you the personal and demonstrative pronouns.3. The third is about the tenses and their formation.4. The fourth is the nouns in Armenian, which fortunately do not have Gender.5. The fifth will help you to use certain expressions of everyday use.
In this lecture you'll know some details on Armenian alphabet. The vowels and consonants, and the three letters which are combined with two or more sounds.
Personal pronouns are very important to be able to make up simple sentences.In order to master them easily, try to use them in very short sentences like:
Ես խոսում եմ/I speak/, դու կարդում ես/you read/,նա լողում է/she swims/....
With demonstrative pronouns start nearly all textbooks for beginners.In this lecture you can learn their singular and plural forms, their use in short sentences.
This lecture aims to help you enrich your vocabulary.
I am Ruzan Mkhitaryan from Armenia, born on 12/03/1984 in Yerevan. After finishing the secondary school in 2000, I became a student of the Yerevan State University, the faculty of Romance-Germanic Philology, English department.
In 2006 I have finished the Yerevan State University with a master's degree.
From the last years of my education (from 2005) I have worked as an English instructor at “Gitelik" University, where I have taught English as a foreign language and have lectured several subjects such a Lexicology, History of Old English, Stylistics, etc.. Later I have worked at the Armenian State University of Economics, where I have instructed Economics in English. At the same time I have done various translations for individuals and companies for about 8 years.
From January 2013, I have occupied the position of the Project Translator at 'Arpa Union, LTD", also have performed some administrative duties. I have also worked at the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) as a volunteer translator for about two months. From 4/07/2014 to 30/08/2014, I have worked at “Code Computers" as a tender manager.I am married and have two children.