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Here are some interesting facts about Turkish

Turkish first found its way to what is now known as Turkey through Mongolia. Throughout the ages, Persian and Arabic have had a strong influence on Turkish

Before being modernised, Turkish used its own version of Arabic script. This changed in 1928, when the Latin alphabet was adopted. However, the Turks added a few of their own letters – “Ç”, “Ğ” and “Ü”.

Instead of using many words to carry meaning, Turkish words often take on several affixes, prefixes, and/or suffixes to convey meaning.

Since Istanbul is famously the city that is located on two continents – Europe and Asia – it can be said that Turkish is spoken natively on two continents.

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