i think i've never talked about my mother language, or i'd better say languages here.
the official language is farsi all over the country. but different cities and towns have their own languages.
i live in the west and most of cities speak Azeri (turkish) here. so i kind of have two mother languages.
in a place like my town most of people understand and speak both languages and it depends on the person you're talking to that which language you use. for example we talk to our parents in farsi, but they talk to each other in azeri. we talk to our grandparents in azeri. but when i talk to a friend there's no rule, we use both languages. sometimes this and sometimes that and sometimes we even mix them!
but if we go back two or three generations back there was very few people used to speak farsi in this area. so people like my grandpa still just speak in azeri.
the interesting thing about azeri language is its accents. you can't find two even very close towns which have the same or similar accent.
enough for the history class. tomorrow's my birthday and my contract with my current internet provider will finish today and the contract with my next provider which is better and faster will start tomorrow or the day after. so if i might have to backblip tomorrow's blip and not be able to make comments.