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  1. 201 Turkish Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses (201 verbs series) by Talat Sait Halman, 1981-04-06
  2. Turkish Grammar by Geoffrey Lewis, 2001-08-16
  3. Teach Yourself Turkish Complete Course Audiopackage by Asuman Çelen Pollard, David Pollard, et all 2004-03-01
  4. Turkish, Conversational: Learn to Speak and Understand Turkish with Pimsleur Language Programs (Simon & Schuster's Pimsleur) by Pimsleur, 2006-12-12
  5. Colloquial Turkish : The Complete Course for Beginners (Colloquial Series) by Ad Backus, Jeroen Aarssen, 2000-12
  6. Turkish: An Essential Grammar (Essential Grammars) by Asli Göksel, Celia Kerslake, 2010-11-25
  7. Elementary Turkish by Lewis V. Thomas, 1986-04-01
  8. Turkish Phrase Book by Berlitz, 2008-05-15
  9. The Turkish Language Reform: A Catastrophic Success (Oxford Linguistics) by Geoffrey Lewis, 2002-09-26
  10. Turkish, Basic: Learn to Speak and Understand Turkish with Pimsleur Language Programs (Simon & Schuster's Pimsleur) by Pimsleur, 2006-12-12
  11. Turkish Phrasebook by Arzu Kurklu, Lonely Planet Phrasebooks, 2008-07-01
  12. Turkish (Teach Yourself Languages) by David Pollard, Asuman Celen-Pollard, 2004-01-26
  13. Just Enough Turkish (Just Enough Phrasebook Series) by Passport Books, 1990-09-30
  14. Teach Yourself Beginner's Turkish Audiopackage by Asuman Çelen Pollard, Asuman Pollard, 2004-04-15

1. Turkish Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Turkish Türkçe. Pronunciation t y k t e. Spoken in Flag of Turkey Turkey, Flag of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Northern Cyprus,
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T¼rk§e Pronunciation [ˈt̪yɾkˌtʃe] Turkey

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... Italy and other countries of the Turkish diaspora Region: Anatolia Cyprus Balkans Caucasus ... Western Europe 50-55 million worldwide Ranking 23 (native) Language family Altaic controversial Turkic ... Southwestern Turkic (Oghuz) Western Oghuz Turkish Writing system Latin alphabet Turkish variant Official status Official language in: Turkey TRNC Cyprus European Union ... Kosovo In municipalities with more than 20% Turkish speakers. Turkish is one of regional languages Regulated by Turkish Language Association Language codes ISO 639-1 tr ISO 639-2 tur ISO 639-3 tur Countries with significant Turkish-speaking populations (Click on image for the legend) Note : This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode Turkish T¼rk§e IPA [ˈt̪yɾktʃe] help info ) is a language spoken by over 50 million people worldwide , making it the most commonly spoken of the Turkic languages . Its speakers are located predominantly in Turkey , with smaller ranges in Cyprus Bulgaria , and other parts of Eastern Europe . Turkish is also spoken by several million immigrants in Western Europe , particularly in Germany The roots of the language can be traced to Central Asia , with the first written records dating back nearly 1,200 years. To the west, the influence of

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5. Turkish Language
The Turkish Language. image of Atatürk teaching the Latin alphabet The Turkish language is spread over a large geographical area in Europe and Asia;
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The Turkish language is spread over a large geographical area in Europe and Asia; recent studies show that this language goes back 5500 years,and perhaps even 8500. At the same time, it is one of the most widely spoken tongues in the world - the sixth most widely spoken , to be precise. It is spoken in the Azeri, the Türkmen, the Tartar, the Uzbek, the Baskurti, the Nogay, the Kyrgyz, the Kazakh, the Yakuti, the Cuvas and other dialects. Turkish belongs to the Altaic branch of the Ural-Altaic family of languages, and thus is closely related to Mongolian, Manchu-Tungus, Korean, and perhaps Japanese. Some scholars have maintained that these resemblances are not fundamental, but rather the result of borrowings, however comparative Altaistic studies in recent years demonstrate that the languages we have listed all go back to a common Ur-Altaic. Turkish is a very ancient language, with a flawless phonetic, morphological and syntactic structure, and at the same time possesses a wealth of vocabulary. The fundamental features which distinguish the Ural-Altaic languages from the Indo-European are as follows:
  • Vowel harmony, a feature of all Ural-Altaic tongues.
  • 6. Turkish Language - Indopedia, The Indological Knowledgebase
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    ज्ञानकोश: - The Indological Knowledgebase Turkish is a Turkic language , spoken by about 70 million speakers in Turkey and over 85 million speakers world-wide. The Turkish name for the language is Türkçe
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    Turkish Official status Official language of: Turkey Cyprus Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Regulated by: Language codes ISO 639 tr ISO 639-2 tur ota SIL TRK
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    Turkish is a member of the Turkish family of languages, which includes Balkan Gagauz Turkish Gagauz , and Khorasani Turkish in addition to Turkish. The Turkish family is a subgroup of the Southern Turkic languages , themselves a subgroup of the Turkic languages , which some linguistics believe to be member of the disputed Altaic language family edit
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    Turkish is spoken in Turkey and by minorities in 35 other countries. The Turkish used in countries such as

    7. Turkish Language - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    Jump to: navigation search Countries with significant Turkish-speaking populations Turkish T¼rk§e ) is a language is spoken natively in Turkey Cyprus Bulgaria Greece , and other countries of the former Ottoman Empire , as well as by several million emigrants in Europe Turkish is a Turkic language and in Altaic language family . Turkish has vowel harmony , like Finnish and Hungarian . Word order is usually Subject Object Verb (SOV). Turkish used to be written with the Arabic Alphabet from about 1000 AD to 1928. In the Ottoman Empire , Turkish language had a rich literature, and many books were written in it. However, Mustafa Kemal Atat¼rk changed it to Latin Alphabet because he wanted his country to be integrated with western countries to take advantages of technologic improvements of them. European countries were developed very fast after the renaissance and reform and they leave Osmanlı Empire (Ottoman Empire) behind. As a result, most Turks now cannot read texts written before the change. This language is most closely related to other Turkic languages , including Uzbek Turkmen , and Kazakh . There is another theory that Turkish is part of a larger Altaic family of languages , which also includes Japanese Mongolian , and Korean This short article can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by

    8. Turkish Language - OLPC
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    9. Turkish Language - Wikipedia
    Turkish language. Turkish (Türk dili) is a member of Turkic family of languages, a subclass of the UralAltaic languages (Uralic languages,
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    Turkish Turkic family of languages , a subclass of the Ural-Altaic languages ( Uralic languages Altaic languages ). Thus, such living languages as Mongolian (an Altaic language), Hungarian and Finnish (Uralic languages) are possibly distant relatives of Turkish. Although the languages of other Turkic countries (former Soviet republics) are quite similar to Turkish (especially those of Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan), there are many major differences in pronunication, grammar, and vocabulary. The languages used by former Central Asian people (e.g., Huns) are assumed to be considerably close to today's Turkic languages. The characteristic features of Turkish are the vowel harmony (if the first vowel of a Turkish word is a front vowel, the second and other vowels of the same word are usually the same vowel or another front vowel; e.g. Erdem), the abundance of suffixes (and very few prefixes), and a word order that is the opposite of that in English and other Indo-European languages ). Turkish, like Finnish, is an

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    11. Turkish Language - Wikipedia
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