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Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison - UniLang

Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

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Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

Postby mtcn » 2014-01-05, 11:21

Hello

There is a work in which the most used verbs in Turkic Languages are compared. You can see it and you can download it on this page:

http://www.mediafire.com/view/n33435ily ... rison..pdf

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Re: Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

Postby Utopist » 2014-01-06, 9:58

There are mistakes in Azeri :( as usual.
My languages :  (az)  (ru) ||  (en) (C1)  (tr) (~B2)  (ar)(B2) ||  (de)(A2)  (fr)(A1)
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Re: Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

Postby Utopist » 2014-01-06, 10:04

In their orthography:
gebul
gayna
dırmaş- is more common
tutuşdur- or mügayise et- (compare) are more common, to my mind
etc.
My languages :  (az)  (ru) ||  (en) (C1)  (tr) (~B2)  (ar)(B2) ||  (de)(A2)  (fr)(A1)
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Re: Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

Postby mtcn » 2014-01-06, 11:10

Utopist wrote:In their orthography:
gebul
gayna
dırmaş- is more common
tutuşdur- or mügayise et- (compare) are more common, to my mind
etc.


Could you tell us excatly which verbs are not correct please ? With their English translations please.

So we can correct them . Thanks

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Re: Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

Postby mtcn » 2014-01-07, 20:58

Utopist wrote:There are mistakes in Azeri :( as usual.


I look at these verbs on this site. http://azerdict.com/

They are "qebul and qayna" in this dictionary. So the author of the booklet indicates that the letter of Q is shown as K. I think, because of that, it was written as "kayna and kabul".

I wonder whether the letter of Q is read as G or K in Azeri.

Thanks a lot.

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Re: Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

Postby Utopist » 2014-01-09, 10:18

It ıs read as "g"
My languages :  (az)  (ru) ||  (en) (C1)  (tr) (~B2)  (ar)(B2) ||  (de)(A2)  (fr)(A1)
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Re: Turkic Languages - Verb Comparison

Postby mtcn » 2014-01-11, 20:06

Mistakes were corrected. And the link was updated. Here is the new link:

http://www.mediafire.com/view/6iami4gg4 ... arison.pdf


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