Whether you need an intensive one-to-one Tajik course at our London training centre or an in-house Tajik course at your own place of occupation, Communicaid is able to provide you and your organisation with a language course that will meet all of your requirements. Having training centres in London , Frankfurt, Paris , and New York enables Communicaid to be your local, national and international language consultancy and training centre for Tajik language courses.
Our Tajik courses are tailor-made and designed to develop and improve your Tajik language skills, whether you or your organisation's focus is business, social, legal, diplomatic, or financial. By the culmination of your Tajik training with Communicaid, you will have the skills and confidence to effectively communication in Tajik with clients, colleagues and suppliers.
Location: In addition to our Tajik courses in London , we are also able to provide Tajik language training courses worldwide via our international training centres and global partners.
Benefits of our Tajik language course
A Communicaid Tajik course will provide you with the ability to:
- Communicate in Tajik effectively and confidently
- Feel more comfortable and self-assured when visiting Tajik-speaking countries or communicating with native Tajik speakers
- Build and strengthen relationships with Tajik-speaking clients, colleagues and friends
- Improve you or your organisation's image by showing your cultural awareness and willingness to cater to the needs of your Tajik-speaking clients
Who should attend our Tajik school
A Communicaid Tajik course is suitable for:
- Anyone doing business with Tajik-speaking clients and/or countries
- Professionals conducting business regularly with Tajik speakers who wish to strengthen relationships and increase client comfort by attending a Tajik language training course
- Anyone planning to reside in a Tajik-speaking region and wishing to linguistically prepare for the relocation
- Government and non-governmental agency representatives working in a Tajik-speaking region who desire to attain the ability to communicate in Tajik at all levels; social, financial, legal and/or diplomatic.
Tajik course content
The content and format of your Tajik training will be tailor-made and thus will depend on your profession, proficiency, and objectives. Regardless of your actual proficiency in the Tajik language, all courses include the following:
- Verbal fluency
- Listening skills
- Pronunciation and accent training
- Reading skills
- Telephone communication skills in Tajik
- Effective E-mail writing in Tajik
- Sector-specific terminology
- Presentation & negotiation skills in Tajik
Communicaid's Tajik language training courses are available seven days a week, 365 days a year. Training takes place between 08:00 and 20:00 although courses are also available outside of these hours upon request.
Suitable tailored and published Tajik course materials will be used throughout, with recommendations on extra reading and independent study materials made at the beginning and during your Tajik course.
Communicaid offers a plethora of formats for your Tajik training - from intensive, weeklong courses to extensive, modular lessons. Your entire specific needs will be assessed during your diagnostic consultancy.
Tajik course trainer
All Communicaid Tajik trainers are native speakers with at least 3 years' professional Tajik training experience. In addition to relevant academic and linguistic qualifications, many of our Tajik trainers also possess considerable exposure and expertise in the professional world as well as related personal experiences.
Your Tajik trainer will be assigned to you based on your specific requirements, objectives and areas of focus assessed through the results of your diagnostic consultancy.
Facts about the Tajik language
The official language of Tajikistan, Tajik is spoken by approximately 4.8 million people. Tajik speakers are located mainly in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, western Pakistan and Iran. It is important to note that the language spoken by approximately 30,000 people near the Tajikistan border in China, while sometimes referred to as “Tajik”, is actually an unrelated language.
Tajik has been written using three differing systems over the course of its history. Initially, Tajik was written with a version of the Perso-Arabic script. However, a version of the Latin script was introduced in 1928. After 1940 a modified version of the Cyrillic alphabet was used. Most recently, in 1989, the Tajik government passed a law calling for the reintroduction of the Arabic alphabet. There also exist some supporters in favour of reverting back to a modified Latin alphabet.
Belonging to the Iranian branch of the Indo-European family of languages, Tajik is a descendant of the Persian language’s Eastern dialects. It is considered by linguists to be a dialect of Persian such as Dari is in Afghanistan. Due to political reasons, the spoken forms of Tajik in Afghanistan and Iran have developed to be quite different over time but transcribed Tajik still can be easily understood by native speakers from either country. Tajik dialects can be divided broadly into four groups, Northern, Central, Southern and South-eastern. Today, standard Tajik is based on the variant spoken in north-western Tajikistan.