We did the numbers last week, and we found they were a mixture of familiar, sort-of familiar, and what the hell. What about the verb of being? Let's give it a whirl.
Armenian is an Indo-European language, so it has a standard structure for the verb of being: three persons, me you him, times two numbers, singular or plural, equals six verbs. Just like French or Spanish, right?
First person singular "I am": yes em. Okay, that's not so bad. Obviously related to the Latin ego sum, the Italian io sono, and -- most closely -- the Russian ya sam. No problem there.
Second person singular, "you are": du es. Ho! How easy is that? The pronoun is German, the verb is French! Yeah!