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Turkish fun fact

Turkish, also known as Istanbul Turkish, is the most widely spoken of the Turkic languages, which include at least thirty-five native languages of the Turkic people of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Predominantly spoken in Turkey, Turkish can also be heard in Northern Cyprus, Greece, the Caucasus, and other parts of Europe and Central Asia. Learn More

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About the Turkish language

Turkish, also known as Istanbul Turkish, is the most widely spoken of the Turkic languages, which include at least thirty-five native languages of the Turkic people of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Predominantly spoken in Turkey, Turkish can also be heard in Northern Cyprus, Greece, the Caucasus, and other parts of Europe and Central Asia.

History, culture, and the Turkish alphabet

The Turkish language has been written in many scripts through its history, including Cyrillic, Arabic, and Greek. After the establishment of the Republic of Turkey in 1923—which brought an end to the 623-year monarchical rule of the Ottoman Empire—the country established itself as a modern, independent entity that wanted to move away from its historical influences. In 1928, following a decree that was part of this period of modernization in Turkey, the Perso-Arabic script of written Turkish was abandoned in favor of the Latin alphabet.

Reasons for learning Turkish

The adopted alphabet is largely phonetic, so English speakers can have an easy time of it learning Turkish through the written word. Another benefit for native English speakers learning Turkish is that there are no masculine or feminine forms of nouns and adjectives, which can be tricky for some to pick up—like in French or Spanish.

Fun fact about the Turkish language

Coffeehouses in Turkey are favorite places to spend time reading, relaxing, or playing board games such as backgammon, or to socialize with friends over a cup of coffee. Traditionally, only men were allowed to frequent coffeehouses, but this has changed in recent times. Once you're on terra firma in Turkey, be sure to seek out a local shop so that you can meet locals and practice what you've learned with Rosetta Stone!