Albanian to Assamese Translation


Common Phrases From Albanian to Assamese

Ju lutemঅনুগ্ৰহ কৰি
Na vjen keqদুঃখিত
Si jeni?আপোনাৰ কেনে?
Më falniক্ষমা কৰিব
Une nuk e diমই নাজানো
e kuptojমই বুজি পাইছোঁ
keshtu mendojমই তেনেকৈয়ে ভাবো
Shihemi me voneআপোনাক পাছত লগ পাম
Kujdesuযত্ন লওক
Ckemi?কি খবৰ?
Mos u mërzitকোনো কথা নাই
Menjehereলগে লগে

Interesting information about Albanian Language

Albanian is an Indo-European language primarily spoken in Albania and Kosovo, with significant communities of speakers also found in North Macedonia, Montenegro, Greece, Italy, Serbia and Turkey. It has around 7 million native speakers worldwide. Albanian consists of two main dialects: Gheg (spoken mainly in the north) and Tosk (spoken mainly in the south). The alphabet used to write Albanian is called "Elbasan script" or simply "Albanian alphabet," consisting of 36 letters. Interestingly enough, it's one of a few languages that have preserved their original sound system from ancient times until today. Moreover, Albanians are known for their strong sense of national identity tied closely to their unique language.

Know About Assamese Language

Assamese is an Indo-Aryan language spoken primarily in the Indian state of Assam. It belongs to the Eastern branch of the Indo-European language family and has over 15 million native speakers worldwide. The script used for writing Assamese is derived from ancient Brahmi scripts, known as "Axomiya" or "Asamiya". The vocabulary of Assamese draws influences from Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, and other languages due to historical interactions with various cultures. Its grammar follows a subject-object-verb (SOV) word order pattern. Assamese literature dates back centuries and includes works by renowned poets like Srimanta Shankardeva and Madhav Kandali. The modern era saw significant contributions in prose fiction by authors such as Lakshminath Bezbaroa. Notable features include its rich collection of vowels (14 vowel sounds), use of classifiers for counting objects, distinct honorifics based on age/status/gender called 'xoru' forms.

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