Kurdish Bahdini Language
Kurdish (Kurmanji) is increasingly important for business and diplomatic work in the Middle East and for working with immigrants in the UK. Our linguists include native Kurdish speaker, and Bahdini. The Kurdish population is approximately forty million and they speak more then ten different dialects, many including Turkish and Arabic loan words.
Bahdini dialect is spoken in nothern Iraq at the border with Turkey and Syria (Duhok, Akre, Zakho, Mosul, Shangl, Sheikhan, Amedia, Zummar) and in northeastern Syria
This covers the mountain ranges of central and northern Zagros and the eastern Taurus. Through out the history the mountains have always been the security, safety and home of the Kurdish population and the means of their survival.