Первый слайд презентации: Komi language
Nikita Popov, Kirill Razumov, Valeria Storozhik, Anastasia Deyneka Undergraduate Chemistry Students Department of Foreign Languages University of chemistry and pharmacy at Saint - Petersburg February 18, 2021 Supervisor lecturer Arhipova I.V.
Слайд 2: Main topics
What is it? B ase of the tongue Alphabet T ypes of dialects Where is the Komi language spoken?
Слайд 3: Komi language
Komi language or Komi-Zyryan language is the language of the Komi people
Слайд 4: Base of the tongue
Stephen Permsky created the ancient Komi alphabet of 24 letters in 1372, which Anbur named after the first two letters.
Слайд 5: Alphabet
The alphabet has been transformed over the years. The modern Komi alphabet is based on the Russian-based alphabet, developed by Molodtsov. He created the first ABC book for Komi schools
Слайд 6: Types of dialects
Komi is one of the Perm languages (the Finno-Ugric branch of the Uralic family). It has the Syktyvkar, Nizhnevychegodsky, Verkhnevychegodsky, Srednesysolsky, Verkhnesysolsky, Vymsky, Luzsko-Lettsky, Izhemsky, Pechora and Udora dialects.
Слайд 7: W here is the Komi language spoken?
Komi is widespread in the Komi Republic and the Perm Territory, partly in the northeast of the Kirov region, on the Kola Peninsula, in the Nenets, Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansi Authors. districts of the Russian Federation. The number of speakers is 156,099.