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Basa Turki (Türkçe) nyaéta basa Turkis, nu dipaké utamana di Turki, sarta komunitas leutik di Bulgaria,[3] Républik Macédonia,[4] Uzbékistan,[5] Siprus,[6] Yunani,[7] sarta sababaraha yuta émigran di Éropa Kulon.[8] Jumlah pastina henteu tangtu, utamana mah alatan kurangna data basa minoritas. .

Basa Turki
Türkçe 
Pronunsiasi: IPA: [t̪yɾktʃe]
Dipaké di: Turki, Siprus, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Jérman, Yunani, Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania, Sérbia, Austria, Uzbekistan
and countries of the Turkish diaspora 
Wewengkon: Turkey, Cyprus, Balkans, Caucasus
Total pamaké: approx. 50[1]–65[2] million native 
Réngking: 19–22 (native), in a near tie with Italian, Urdu
Kulawarga basa: Altaic (controversial)
 Turkic
  Southwestern Turkic (Oghuz)
   Western Oghuz
    Basa Turki 
Sistim tulis: Latin alphabet (Turkish variant
Status resmi
Basa resmi di: Turkey, Cyprus, Northern Cyprus, Kosovo, Republic of Macedonia1
1 In municipalities inhabited by a set minimum percentage of speakers.
Diatur ku: Turkish Language Association
Kode basa
ISO 639-1: tr
ISO 639-2: tur
ISO 639-3: tur 
MapOfTurkishSpeakers.png

World map indicating countries with a significant Turkish-speaking population
(click on image for legend)

 

RujukanÉdit

  • Geoffrey Lewis (2001). Turkish Grammar. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-870036-9. 
  • İsmet Zeki Eyuboğlu (1991). Türk Dilinin Etimoloji Sözlüğü [Etymological Dictionary of the Turkish Language]. Sosyal Yayınları, İstanbul. Citakan:Listed Invalid ISBN. 
  • Sevgi Özel, Haldun Özel, and Ali Püsküllüoğlu, eds. (1986). Atatürk'ün Türk Dil Kurumu ve Sonrası [Atatürk's Turkish Language Society and After]. Bilgi Yayınevi, Ankara. 
  • Ali Püsküllüoğlu (2004). Arkadaş Türkçe Sözlük [Arkadaş Turkish Dictionary]. Arkadaş Yayınevi, Ankara. ISBN 975-509-053-3. 
  • Geoffrey Lewis (2002). The Turkish Language Reform: A Catastrophic Success. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-925669-1. 

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