Geographical, Historical and Structural Qualities of the Turkish
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KUCUKOGLU, Hulya. Geographical, Historical and Structural Qualities of the Turkish. In: Intertext . 2019, nr. 1-2(49-50), pp. 110-117. ISSN 1857-3711.
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Numărul 1-2(49-50) / 2019 / ISSN 1857-3711

Geographical, Historical and Structural Qualities of the Turkish

CZU: 811.512.1
Pag. 110-117

Kucukoglu Hulya
Universitatea Liberă Internaţională din Moldova
Disponibil în IBN: 20 septembrie 2019


Languages are the bedrock of the world’s cultural heritage. Every language across the globe offers different structures and forms as well as a rich and unique way of thinking and living among the countless number of cultures and peoples. Among these languages, Turkish language has its own place as being one of the most deeply-rooted and widespread languages spoken throughout the world. The Turkish language is a member of the Altaic language group which reaches much farer after the Altay Mountains in Central Asia including the Yakut language in Northern Siberia (Tosun, 2005). The Turkish written language is considered to be as old as the first centuries of the birth of Christ. It is one of the reasons why the Turkish language is considered to have one of the richest stuctures. This current study aims to shed a light on the Turkish Language in terms of its geographical, historical and structural qualities.

Turkish language structure, history, Altaic languages