A few words on some languages ​​of the Eupheme cards


Farsi, or Persian, is spoken in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. This language of the Indo-European family is part of the group of Indo-Iranian languages.

In Tajikistan, it is called “Tajik”, in Afghanistan, “Dari”.

Along with Pashto, Dari is one of the two official languages ​​of Afghanistan, which includes many others.

Farsi or Dari are written with the Perso-Arabic alphabet but they are not Arabic languages.

There are approximately 130 million Farsi speakers.


Tamil is one of the two official languages ​​of Sri Lanka, along with Sinhalese.

Along with Malay, Chinese and English, it is one of the four official languages ​​of Singapore,

It is also official in India, in the state of Tamil Nadu, and in Pondicherry.

Of Dravidian origin, this language is spoken by around 80 million speakers.

Eupheme Tree Needs Tamil

Tigrinya is a language of the Hamito-Semitic group.

It is mainly spoken in Eritrea by more than 50% of the population where it has official language status with Arabic.

In Ethiopia, it represents around 5% of speakers.

The language is written with the Ge’ez alphabet, which is an ancient language.