The following map is therefore a trifle delicate:.
Turkish, as all Altaic languages, does not belong to the Indo-European branch which comprises such prominent languages as e. Persian, German, Italian, Greek, Sanscrit etc. The greatest difference between these languages and Altaic Turkish is, in grammatical terms, that Turkish does not have any gender and thus has no use for an article .
All vowels are, as a rule, short, unless they are borrowed from another language. Of course, there are many more combinations to these, as we can observe in any agglutinating language cp.
Hungarian, or more accurately, Magyar :. There are a number of Turkish varieties which explicitly break these rules of standard Turkish  , cp.
Likewise, there are many examples of consonants which are modified, cp. Moser-Weithmann states that Turkish is supposed to be easy to learn because of its high regularity. I employ it, however, as a collective term for values, traditions, eating habits etc. From: Moser-Weithmann.
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Add to cart. Introduction II. Typology of Turkish IV. Gastarbeiterdeutsch — A Pidgin? Origin of the Turkish Language Turcic is one of the biggest language groups spoken by approximately million people across a wide area stretching from Southern Europe to Western China and Siberia. Typology of Turkish Turkish, as all Altaic languages, does not belong to the Indo-European branch which comprises such prominent languages as e.
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