i stumbled about it by chance. i was listening to music. to yat kha
. then i was reading a bit about the language.
i was comparing some words with turkish and they are very similar even though tuvan is also within the turkic language family not even in the same or neighbouring subgroup
there's a sprachsignale
page on it, to listen to some sounds.
english - turkish - tuvan
cloud - bulut - булут
to die - ölmek - ɵлүр / ölür
to come - gelmek - чедип келир / çelip kelir
ear - kulak - кулак / kulak
six - altı - алды / aldı
turkish ç relates to a ж/dz in some cases:
to drink - içmek - ижер / idzer
there's also the sound ң / ng
maybe theres something in the library..
have no time now,