Why Turkish?

  1. Today, the Turkish language is the fifth most common language after Chinese, English, Spanish and Hindi; spoken by 220 million people in an area of about 120 million square kilometers; taught in more than 100 countries.
  2. Turkish is spoken by more than 83.000.000 native speakers worldwide. It is the official language of Turkey and Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. It is a widely spoken language by not only Turkish people in Turkey, but also by the people in other regions of Iraq, Iran, Syria, Georgia, Greece, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania and Eastern Europe, Balkans and Caucasus.
  3. Turkish belongs to a language family of twenty written languages that exist as spoken or written languages in Eastern Europe, Middle Asia and Siberia. The differences between these languages are much less than the similarities. Knowing Turkish opens the doors of a region with great geopolitical importance.
  4. The Turkish alphabet consists of 29 letters in consequence of Latin alphabet's adaptation to Turkish. These letters are pronounced as they are written. Thus, it is very easy to learn and pronounce Turkish.
  5. It is estimated that there are more than 20 thousand Turkish words used by the other world languages.
  6. Turkish is the language of a country located at the intersection point of Europe and Asia and has a great importance strategically.
  7. Turkish has 29 letters written in a modified version of the Latin alphabet and pronounced as it is written. Therefore, it is easy to learn and to pronounce.
  8. Turkish is the language of a strategically important country located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia.

  9. The number of Turkish words used in other languages are estimated to be more than 20 thousand.

    Chinese1.300.000.000With eight dialects
    Hindi260.000.000Along with all the dialects and Urdu
    Turkish220.000.000With all the dialects
    Arabic181.000.000With all the dialects


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