The Azerbaijanis language has several different dialects which are distinguished based on their geographical locations. In this video we will feature some of them. Azerbaijani (Azeri), which is also referred to as Azeri Turkish, is a member of the Oghuz branch of the Turkic languages. The majority of Azerbaijani speakers live in Northwestern Iran, followed by the Republic of Azerbaijan, and minorities in Georgia, Russia, and other countries. There are many different dialects and accents, but for this video we are focusing on four of them with Anar from Qazax, Azerbaijan (but representing the Baku accent), Milena from Tbilisi, Georgia, Farzam from Tabriz, Iran, and Mehrdad from Urmia, Iran.