Kurdish Language Needs Standardisation!

Translation services are easily accessible in just about any language these days – including Kurdish. For a language hindered by numerous factors, you might find this some how surprising. For a start, Kurdish obviously isn’t a main language in any country that it’s spoken in. Iraq is the only country in which it is an official language alongside Arabic, and even there it is only spoken by about 20% of the population. Just over half that percentage speaks Kurdish in Turkey, while a similar sized minority use it Iran where it has constitutional status as a regional language. A miniscule 1% of the Armenian population who consider it their first language allows […]