Tags: Anatolia, Indo-European Languages, language
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The New York Times (USA) Friday, August 24, 2012, p. A 9
By Nicholas Wade
Biologists using tools developed for drawing evolutionary family trees say that they have solved a longstanding problem in archaeology: the origin of the Indo-European family of languages. (en savoir plus…)
In Turkish, the word for turkey is Hindi décembre 16, 2011Posted by Acturca in Histoire.
Tags: French, Hindi, Histoire, India, language, Turkey, Turkish
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Daily Nation (Kenya) Friday, December 16, 2011
By Philip Ochieng
In the coming days, a funny-looking bird will be slaughtered by the million and consumed throughout Christendom. The question is: Why does the Christian world know the bird by the name of a major Muslim country? (en savoir plus…)
Would Turkish become common language for Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan by 2010? janvier 14, 2008Posted by Acturca in Asie Centrale, Turquie.
Tags: Azerbaijan, Baku, Congress, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, language, Turkey, Turkic Speaking Nations, Turkish, Turkmenistan, Turquie, Uzbekistan
11 January 2008
Turkic speaking nations would use Turkish language as a common language. One common language is important for expansion of ties and cooperation betwen Turkic speaking nations. (en savoir plus…)