I LOVE TURKISH ♥
(I can help those who want to learn Turkish)
Apart from the sound, style and Chinese by leaving eight dialect in terms of the vocabulary of features that many dialects as well as Urdu with Hindi is considered one language and accordingly the language with the most speakers in the world ranking of China's first, against the adoption of the fourth language Hindi Turkish language as well in order to reach 220 million by the speakers it should be considered as a single language. Turkish language is in fifth place among these criteria the language with the most speakers in the world.
I would like to disagree with the idea that all of the Turkic languages are one language. Turkish and Azeri are quite close, but I am very certain that if you tried to understand Kazakh, Tartar, Uyghur, Uzbek, or one of the many others, you would not be able to understand them. Also, if you ask the people of Central Asia, most of them are quite proud of their languages and cultures. Many also spend a lot of time trying to learn Anatolian Turkish, which can be difficult because of how different it is from their own tongues. Having studied a bit of Kazakh and Uzbek, I can attest myself that they are really very different.
Spanish speakers understand Italian, but they are not called dialects of the same language. :)
turkish and turkmen languages are in oğuz dialect but azerbaijani and turkish are in west oğuz branch but turkmen is in east oğuz branch...... so they learn our language easily(maybe it takes a month for them).A turk can understand a azerbaijani but he cant understand a turkmen.....its more close to azerbaijani..
Turkish is the first non indo european language in DuoLingo. So It's a good way to widen your language skills before to start harder languages with different characters. Knowing Turkish is also very interesting, you can reach many historical, cultural information through Turkish! And the expressions will teach you a lot! Come to Turkey and be a guest of one of the most friendly people in the world, you are always welcomed!
Race has nothing to do with it. My original language list for known languages for 2020 didn't not have turkish on it. My orginal list was Dutch,English,French,German,Portuguese,Spanish, Russian,Arabic,Mandarin Chinese. I added Swedish, Turkish, Vietnamese and Hungarian to my list this year.
I started it on a whim and have become fascinated with it. It is definitely a foray into a different type of language. Knowing English natively, taking Spanish (in school) and German and Swedish (on Duo), they play off rules and words that I already know. Turkish is just so different, in a great way, and it requires a little more effort to remember, particularly in the case of word order - I keep missing questions due to transposing words, and in some languages the word order is much more flexible or not even necessary. I'm not sure if that is just Duolingo's programming or if word order is stricter in Turkish? Not sure if anyone knows?
Hello there. My name is Fabian, and I'm 40 years old. I'm an English philologist and a Spanish native; even if I cannot truly consider myself a bilingual speaker, I have a C2 European level in English and a Cambridge Proficiency Degree.
I took the first lesson in Turkish just for fun, as I had been always interested in it, and I have to say I like it quite a lot. Vowel and consonant harmony are very interesting features in a language. Thanks for everything.
I tried indo-european languages like "English, persian" I had the learning experience in Iran, I met some azeris and turks which influenced me heavily and urged me to learn turkish, after turkish I am not intending to learn another language, I will take care of these three languages along with my mother tongue "arabic".. I found turkish nice, I love how the words are built, the vowel, I feel it has a soul comparing to persian and english.. greetings