Foreign Languages

About Learning PASHTO

Pashto is a Category IV language. It takes on average 64 weeks of full-time training to reach a limited working proficiency (ILR level 2). The exact time needed will depend on many factors, including a person's language learning ability, intensity of instruction, and prior experience in learning a foreign language.

Where is PASHTO Spoken?

Countries where this language is spoken include: Afghanistan, Pakistan

Something to say in PASHTO?

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Do's and Dont's in PASHTO Speaking Countries?

"Don't initiate a conversation with strangers of the opposite sex. Don't wear shoes on a carpet even at the workplace. If you're unsure, look around to see what others are doing When invited to someone's house for dinner, bring bread or fruit for the hosts. You should let the oldest guests eat first when sharing food. ."

Did You Know?

Pashto became the national language of Afghanistan in 1936. It is spoken by more than 35 million people, most of whom reside in Afghanistan or Pakistan. Smaller speech communities exist in Iran, Tajikistan, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom. (From Britannica.com) According to recent US government estimates, approximately 35 percent of the Afghan population speak Pashto, and about 50 percent speak Dari.