While there are a variety of languages spoken in Afghanistan, Pashto, which is also known as Pushtu, is one of the two major languages. Pashto is spoken primarily in Afghanistan and western Pakistan.
Spoken by over 50 million people in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Pashto (also called Pashtun) is an Indo-European language distantly related to Farsi. It is most prominent in the sparsely populated tribal areas of both countries, although in recent years Pashto speakers have brought the language to the Arab Gulf and the West, as wars and lack of opportunity drive speakers out into the wider world. Pashto is written with a modified version of the Pashto script.
Would you like to learn to speak Pashto? We offer a extensive schedule of Pashto classes. From beginning to advanced, we have a level and time right for you. All classes meet once a week for 90 minutes during each eight-week term.
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Language Door offers small interactive Pashto classes! Our comfortable, casual environment helps to make learning Pashto fun and convenient. We schedule our classes at times that work for busy adults. Enrich your life as you learn one language or learn many.
We offer a comprehensive approach to teaching in a small classroom environment. We have the best native speaking Pashto teachers. We also offer private tutors, corporate classes, kids classes, crash courses, interpreting and translation services to meet all your Pashto language needs.
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