The Turkish language (Türkçe [ˈtyɾctʃe]) is one of the West Oghuz Southwestern (Oghuz) Turkic languages. It is a living language with ISO 639 code [tur] or [tr].
Turkish is spoken by Turkish people. This language is distributed in Turkey and Cyprus as well as some other countries. The total of speakers is about 76'000'000 (native) and about 88'000'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Turkish alphabet) is used for writing.
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These dictionaries are intended to help you learn lemmas at once, regardless of their levels. For this, the entries are arranged only by themes.
These dictionaries are intended to help you learn lemmas gradually, according to their levels. For this, the entries are arranged by steps and then by themes. It's an alternative to the previous variety.
These dictionaries are intended to help you revise lemmas in an unusual way. For this, the entries can be arranged by parts of speech or keywords and then by themes. These books are offered only for some languages.