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The Bashkir Language

Language Typology
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Anastasia Timofeeva

on 1 February 2013

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Transcript of The Bashkir Language

Bashkir Grammar synthetic (agglutinative);
SOV by Anastasia Timofeeva The Project
on
the Bashkir Language is co-official with Russian in the Republic of Bashkortostan, and is the language of the Bashkirs.
Native speakers: 1.45 mln (2002) is a language of: The Bashkir Language - the controversial Altaic language family
- the Turkic family
- the Northwestern (Kypchak) branch
- the Kypchak–Bolgar (Uralian, Uralo-Caspian) group Bashkortostan is a federal subject of Russia.

Capital: Ufa
Population of Bashkortostan: 4.07 mln (2010) Population of Ufa: 1.06 mln (2010) Dialects of Bashkir: Alphabet Formerly: the Arabic script
1930: a Latin-based alphabet
1938: an adapted Cyrillic alphabet with the addition of the following letters: Alphabet between the Volga River and the Ural Mountains
on the border of Europe and Asia Location Speakers Bashkortostan
Chelyabinsk
Orenburg
Sverdlovsk
Samara in: Kurgan
Khanty–Mansia
Tatarstan
Udmurtia

Kazakhstan Eastern (mountain)
Southern (meadow)
Northwestern 42 letters:
15 vowels
27 consonants Bashkir is It has Turkic roots;
loanwords from Russian, Arabic and Persian Speaker Data Name: Milyausha Urazova
Age: 22
Sex: female
Residence: Ufa
Occupation: student
Year interviewed: 2012
National ancestry: Bashkir Software used: Technical Devices used: laptop
mobile phone Facebook
E-mail
Different online audio and image converters
Adobe Photoshop
Audacity Problems I encountered: to find a speaker
to connect with a speaker
to explain the task
the quality of the recordings References: 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bashkir_language
2. http://mfbl.ru/mfbl/bashxyz
3. http://tel.bashqort.com/
4. http://www.transparent.com/learn-bashkir/overview.html Welcome Message
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