Many languages mainly put the verb at the end (SOV): Japanese, Korean, Hindi, Turkish, Tamil, etc. Some languages would occasionally: German, Dutch, Latin, Russian, etc. Even French as well as Spanish has this kind of structure when the Object is a pronoun: Je t'aime./ Yo te amo. According to statistics, there are more SOV languages than SVO languages(English, Chinese, etc.), only that there were more people who speaks SVO languages(just look at how many people speak English and Chinese!)
Apparently the final "r" on a few common words like "bir" is often not pronounced. Unlike Russian, "r" is not trilled or emphasised: a bit like English. Final "r" is said to be often "fricative". To me it often sounds as if içer is "ee-ch-ash". Other times it sounds as if the front third of the tongue is touching the hard palate as if about to say "shhh", but iftge tongue is softened instead & you let the air flow out over the tongue, I think it sounds "fricative"