|الاسم الذاتي||(بالأرمنى: հայերեն)|
|المتكلمين||6700000 (القرن 21)|
|نظام الكتابة||أبجدية أرمنية|
|النسب||لغة إلصاقية، ولغات اشتقاقية
|ISO 639-2||arm، وhye|
|بيتكلموها فى||Armenian Highlands|
|مجموع اللى بيتكلموها||6.7 million|
|لغه رسميّه فى|
|Recognised minority language in||Official (de jure) status:
 Semi-official or unofficial (de facto) status:
|بينظمها||Institute of Language (Armenian National Academy of Sciences)|
|ISO 639-2||arm (B)قالب:Infobox Language/terminological|
hye – Eastern Armenian
hyw – Western Armenian
xcl – [[Classical Armenian]]
axm – [[Middle Armenian]]
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الأرمنلى او الأرمينى (ارمنلى:հայերէն) فصيله لغويه متفرعه من اللغات الهيندو -اوروبيه. بتكتب بالحروف الارمنلى، و هماابجديتين كانو بيسخدموهم فى الكتب الدينيه المسيحيه الطقسيه، اللغة الارمنية بيتكلمها خمس ملايين واحد ,اللغة الارمنية انتشرت فى القرن السادس قبل الميلاد فى مناطق آرارات الجبلية فى تركيا الحالية قرب منابع انهار دجلة والفرات.
كتابه ارمنلى تكتب كده: Կիլիկիոյ Հայկական Թագաւորութիւն.
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Main Fields of Activity: investigation of the structure and functioning, history and comparative grammar of the Armenian language, exploration of the literary Eastern and Western Armenian Language, dialectology, regulation of literary language, development of terminology
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The right of Iraqis to educate their children in their mother tongue, such as Turkmen, Syriac, and Armenian shall be guaranteed in government educational institutions in accordance with educational guidelines, or in any other language in private educational institutions.Unknown parameter
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Javakheti for use in the region's 144 Armenian schools ...
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Armenian schools in Georgia are fully funded by the government ...
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Other Languages: French, English and Armenian
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Right of minorities to learn their language. The Lebanese curriculum allows Armenian schools to teach the Armenian language as a basic language.
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Moreover, the Lebanese government approved a plan whereby the Armenian language was to be considered from now on as one of the few 'second foreign languages' that students can take as part of the official Lebanese secondary school certificate (Baccalaureate) exams.
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No other language can be taught as a mother language other than Armenian, Greek and Hebrew, as agreed in the Lausanne Treaty ...
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Private Minority Schools are the school established by Greek, Armenian and Hebrew minorities during the era of the Ottoman Empire and covered by Lausanne Treaty.
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... trilingual street signs in English, Armenian, and Spanish at intersections ...
- ↑ Armenian has no legal status in Samtske-Javakheti, but it is widely spoken by its Armenian population, which is concentrated in Ninotsminda and Akhalkalaki districts (over 90% of the total population in these two districts). There were 144 state-funded schools in the region as of 2010 where Armenian is the main language of instruction.
- ↑ The Lebanese government recognizes Armenian as a minority language, particularly for educational purposes.
- ↑ In education, according to the Treaty of Lausanne
- ↑ Various state government agencies in California provide Armenian translations of their documents, namely the California Department of Social Services, California Department of Motor Vehicles, and California superior courts. In the city of Glendale, there are street signs in Armenian.