Official language in: Turkey
Co-language in: Cyprus, Northern Cyprus
Minority language in: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Greece, Iraq, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Romania
Spoken by: 75.7 million (native)
Language family: Western Oghuz – Oghuz – Common Turkic – Turkic
Writing system: Latin (Turkish alphabet)
Fun Fact: Turkish completely changed it’s alphabet in 1928. They changed the entire alphabet from Arabic script to a westernized latin alphabet.
Why not take the Language of the Month Challenge for Turkish.
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Turkish alphabet video (YouTube)
Langfocus – video about Turkish (YouTube)