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    Default Differences between Farsi and Dari?

    Are they different dialects? Is it just a mater of speech?

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    Default Re: Differences between Farsi and Dari?

    Still not sure what's the difference here, if there's one at all :/

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    Default Re: Differences between Farsi and Dari?

    Dari is an Afgan variant of the Persian that is spoken in Iran. Check out the explanations and classifications in https://www.ethnologue.com/language/prs

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    Default Re: Differences between Farsi and Dari?

    Farsi is spoken in Iran. Dari is spoken in Afghanistan, along with the Pashto.
    While Dari and Farsi are two accents of the same language, Pashto is a different language.
    For instance, Dari uses more English borrowed words than Farsi (which uses more French borrowed words)
    Dari and Farsi speaking people can understand each other. On the other hand, Pashto is completely different.

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    Default Re: Differences between Farsi and Dari?

    So, basically, Dari and Farsi are closely related (as in they have the same roots?) and they have dialectic variants whereas Pashto is a completely different language, not connected to either of them, right?

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    Default Re: Differences between Farsi and Dari?

    Exactly. Pashto is just another language that is spoken in Afghanistan. They come from different families.

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