Shazadah Cukul – in Kurdish Sorani.

Kurdish Sorani is a member of the Kurdish language family, which is spoken in parts of Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and Syria. It is the most widely spoken Kurdish language, with over 15 million speakers worldwide.

Kurdish Sorani is primarily spoken in Iraqi Kurdistan, where it is one of the official languages. It is also spoken by Kurdish communities in Iran and other neighboring countries.

The Sorani dialect of Kurdish has a long history of written literature dating back to the 16th century, although it was not widely used for official purposes until the 20th century. It is written using a modified version of the Arabic script, which includes additional letters to represent Kurdish sounds.

Kurdish Sorani has a complex grammar that includes a system of case endings, suffixes, and verb conjugations to indicate tense, mood, and aspect. The language also has a rich vocabulary, with loanwords from Arabic, Persian, and other neighboring languages.

Kurdish Sorani is an important part of the cultural heritage of the Kurdish people and is used in a wide range of contexts, including government, media, literature, and everyday conversation. Despite the challenges posed by ongoing conflict and political instability in the region, efforts are underway to promote its use and preservation for future generations.