Table of ContentsEdit
Welcome to the Proto-Turkic page! Here we will assist Wikibooks, together with Wiktionary, to consider the content of the reconstructed language, which is supposed to have been spoken between 500 BCE and 100 AD. Such a language was spoken in Mongolia before the Turks' Oghur tribe migrated to the west, somewhere north of the Black Sea! Proto-Turkic language, which we can call a kind of Xiongnu language, is the ancestor of all Turkic languages today.
Generally Proto-Turkic, known as the ancestor of Common Turkic languages and Proto-Bulgar known as the ancestor of Oghuric languages. There are conflicts about classification. Proto-Turkic, which is mentioned in the aforementioned book, has been more often called Pre-Proto-Turkic by Turcologists.
Pronunciation and AlphabetEdit
- Lesson one: Pronouns and numbers
- Lesson two: Basics
- Lesson three: Locative-ablative case and plurality
- Lesson four: Past tenses and vowel harmony
- Lesson five: Vocabulary
- Lesson six: Genitive, accusative and dative cases
- Lesson seven: Suffixes used to create new words with new meanings
- Lesson eight: Verbals
- Lesson nine: Optatives, necessitatives and questions
- Lesson ten: Vocabulary 2
- Lesson eleven: Equative, instrumental and imperatives
- Lesson twelve: Converbs and sentence formation
- Final lesson: Abilities, future tense and present continuous
- ↑ a b Karademir, F. (2016). TÜRK DİLİNİN TARİHÎ DÖNEMLERİNİ ADLANDIRMA SORUNU . Uluslararası Türkçe Edebiyat Kültür Eğitim (TEKE) Dergisi, 5 (4), 0-0. DOI: 10.7884/teke.589
- ↑ Róna-Tas, András (1991). (Translator: İsa Sarı) Türkolojiye Giriş (An Introduction to Turkology). Ankara: Nobel Yayınları. p.49
- ↑ Ölmez, Mehmet (2003-01-01). "Age of Turkish and Turkic languages / Türkçenin ve Türk Dillerinin Yaşı Konusu". Toplum ve Bilim, 96, Bahar, 62-74.