Istanbul Turkish, like Finnish and Hungarian, belongs to the Altaic branch of the Ural-Altaic family of languages. Turkish and similar languages are called Oghuz languages. Turkish, Azeri, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tatar, Turkmen, Uzbek, and many other languages spoken in the Balkans as far as Central Asia and northwestern China and southern Siberia are spoken in Oguz.
The history of the Turkish language is divided into three categories: Old Turkish (from the 7th to the 13th century), Middle Turkish (from the 13th to the 20th century), and Modern Turkish, spoken in Turkey from the 20th century onwards. During the Ottoman Empire, Arabic and Persian entered Turkish, and approximately 88% of Turkish words became a combination of Persian and Arabic. This language was called Ottoman Turkish, which was the language of the educated, the court and the upper class of society. The original Turkish language was interpreted as the language of the market alley, spoken only by the common people. Ottoman Turkish was written in Persian script at that time.
Like all Turkish languages, Turkish is a conjunctive or adverbial language, meaning that grammatical maps are identified by adding a suffix to a noun or present tense. Noun suffixes specify the number of nouns
Istanbul Turkish language
Teaching Turkish Language
Learning Turkish language
Learn Istanbul Turkish on the go
Complete Istanbul Turkish language training
Learning Istanbul Turkish Audio
Learning Istanbul Turkish in a dream
Learn Istanbul Turkish at home