Persian Language History
The Persian language covers a vast territory beyond Transoxiana, Central Asia, India, Afghanistan, Asia Minor and the Balkans. Persian is one of the oldest languages in the world and belongs to the "Indo-Iranian" group, which includes all the languages of the Indian subcontinent, Iran and Europe. Currently, more than 50 percent of the population of Iran, 25 percent of the population of Afghanistan and about 2 million of the population of Pakistan speak Persian. “Persian language" was the main language of the Achaemenid dynasty, which today is called "ancient Persian". The ancient Persian language underwent several changes over the past several centuries to become Middle Persian, also known as the "Pahlavi language". The Middle Persian language underwent changes with the arrival of Islam in Iran, and it was renamed "Dari Persian". The language of today's Iranians is a continuation of Dari Persian, which is called "Modern Persian" and its alphabet is largely identical to the Arabic alphabet.
Learning a new language is an interesting advent into a new world like an adventurous journey to a wonderland.it feels strange and somehow uncomfortable at first but afterwards it becomes to one of the best experiences of your life. The Strait of Hormuz (/hɔːrˈmuːz/ Persian: Tangeh-ye Hormoz) provides the only sea passage from the Persian Gulf to the open ocean, now you are about to pass the strait and we help you to taste the ocean of Persian language.
Hormuz Academy was established in 2019 under the supervision of the Chakaveh Science and Art Cultural Institute to carry out educational, research, cultural and media activities. Hormuz Academy has started its activities by representing the "Saadi Foundation" and has expanded its activities by teaching Persian language to foreign students living in Iran in cooperation with Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Allameh Tabataba'i University.
Hormuz Academy has tried to gather a panel of experts including qualified teachers and researchers in applied linguistics and specially in teaching Persian to non-Persian speakers.
We are here to show the world that Learning Persian is an interesting journey which has too many cultural extensions.