Eastern Armenian

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Eastern Armenian (արևելահայերեն arevelahayeren) is one of the two standardized forms of Modern Armenian, the other being Western Armenian.wikipedia
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Armenian language

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Eastern Armenian (արևելահայերեն arevelahayeren) is one of the two standardized forms of Modern Armenian, the other being Western Armenian.
There are two standardized modern literary forms, Eastern Armenian and Western Armenian, with which most contemporary dialects are mutually intelligible.

Yerevan dialect

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Eastern Armenian is based on the Yerevan dialect.
The Yerevan dialect (Երևանի բարբառ Yerevani barbař) is an Eastern Armenian dialect spoken in and around Yerevan.

Pluricentric language

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The two standards form a pluricentric language.
The Armenian language is a pluricentric language with the liturgical Classical Armenian and two vernacular standards, Eastern Armenian and Western Armenian.

Classical Armenian

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The phonology of Eastern Armenian preserves the Classical Armenian three-way distinction in stops and affricates: one voiced, one voiceless and one aspirated.
Classical Armenian (գրաբար, in Eastern Armenian pronunciation: Grabar, Western Armenian: Krapar; meaning "literary [language]"; also Old Armenian or Liturgical Armenian) is the oldest attested form of the Armenian language.

Western Armenian

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Eastern Armenian (արևելահայերեն arevelahayeren) is one of the two standardized forms of Modern Armenian, the other being Western Armenian. Due to migrations of speakers from Armenia and Iran to the Armenian diaspora, the dialect is now very prominent in countries and regions where only Western Armenian was used.
Western Armenian (Classical spelling: արեւմտահայերէն, arevmdahayerēn) is one of the two standardized forms of Modern Armenian, the other being Eastern Armenian.

Aspirated consonant

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For example, in Eastern Armenian, aspiration is contrastive even word-finally, and aspirated consonants occur in consonant clusters.

Classical Armenian orthography

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The Eastern Armenian language is written using either Traditional Armenian Orthography or Reformed Armenian Orthography.
Today, it is used primarily by the Armenian diaspora, including all Western Armenian speakers and Eastern Armenian speakers in Iran, which has rejected the Armenian orthography reform of Soviet Armenia during the 1920s.

Armenian verbs

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The verbal morphology of Armenian is complicated by the existence of two main dialects, Eastern and Western.

Eastern Armenian verb table

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(See also Armenian verbs and Eastern Armenian verb table for more detailed information.)
The following is an Eastern Armenian verb table.

Dora Sakayan

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* Dora Sakayan.
Sakayan is also noted for pioneering Armenology in Canada, and introducing the two branches of the Armenian language, Western Armenian and Eastern Armenian, to the English-speaking world.

Western Armenia

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Today, the most common is Arevmtyan Hayastan in Eastern Armenian (mostly spoken in Armenia, Russia, Georgia, Iran) and Arevmdean Hayasdan in Western Armenian (spoken in the Diaspora: US, France, Lebanon, Syria, Argentina, etc.).

Armenian orthography reform

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The Eastern Armenian language is written using either Traditional Armenian Orthography or Reformed Armenian Orthography.
It was rejected by the Armenian diaspora, most of which speak Western Armenian, including the Armenian communities in Iran, which also speak Eastern Armenian and still use the classical orthography of the Armenian alphabet.

Ablative case

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They are: nominative (subject), accusative (direct object), genitive (possession), dative (indirect object), ablative (origin), instrumental (means) and locative (position).
The Western Armenian affix -է -ē (definite -էն -ēn) derives from the classical singular; the Eastern Armenian affix -ից -ic’ (both indefinite and definite) derives from the classical plural.

Standard language

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Eastern Armenian (արևելահայերեն arevelahayeren) is one of the two standardized forms of Modern Armenian, the other being Western Armenian.

Modern Armenian

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Eastern Armenian (արևելահայերեն arevelahayeren) is one of the two standardized forms of Modern Armenian, the other being Western Armenian.

Armenia

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Eastern Armenian is spoken in Armenia, Artsakh, Russia, as well as Georgia, and by the Armenian community in Iran.

Republic of Artsakh

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Eastern Armenian is spoken in Armenia, Artsakh, Russia, as well as Georgia, and by the Armenian community in Iran.

Russia

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Eastern Armenian is spoken in Armenia, Artsakh, Russia, as well as Georgia, and by the Armenian community in Iran.

Iran

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Eastern Armenian is spoken in Armenia, Artsakh, Russia, as well as Georgia, and by the Armenian community in Iran.

Armenian diaspora

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Due to migrations of speakers from Armenia and Iran to the Armenian diaspora, the dialect is now very prominent in countries and regions where only Western Armenian was used.

Register (sociolinguistics)

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Conversely, semi-literate or illiterate users of lower registers of either variety may have difficulty understanding the other.

De facto

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In practice, however, Eastern Armenian is the de facto, day-to-day common language of Armenia.

ISO 639-3

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Until 2018, both varieties shared the same ISO 639-3 code: hye.