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(Kazakh) Done by: Kumargalieva Z.K.
Kazakh, also known as Qazaq and by various other names, is a language that is Turkic and is related closely to Karakalpak and Nogaj. Kazakh language is agglutinative language. It uses vowel harmony. The speakers of this language are spread over a large territory from the Ural Mountains to Tian Shan Mountains. The Kazakh language is Kazakhstan’s official language where nearly 10 million individuals speak the language. Over a million Kazakh speakers live in the autonomous region of Xinjiang Uyghur of China. According to the Russian Census of 2002, Russia has over 560,000 speakers of Kazakh. Sizeable portions of Kazakh speakers also live in Mongolia, in Uzbekistan, in parts of the earlier Soviet Union, a few parts of Central Asia, in Turkey, Iran and Afghanistan. Some speakers can also be found in Germany, where they immigrated during the 70s from Turkey.
Kazak (also spelled Kazakh) belongs to the Turkic subfamily of the Altaic languages. It is part of the northwestern, or Kipchak, branch of the Turkic languages. Kazak is spoken primarily in Kazakhstan and in the Uighur Autonomous Region of Sinkiang in China. To a lesser extent, it is also spoken in Afghanistan, Mongolia, and Uzbekistan. Kazakh language is the official language of the country but everybody speaks Russian.
Five nations border current-day Kazakhstan: China to the east; Russia to the north; the Caspian Sea to the west; and Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan to the south.
What are the difference between Russian and Kazakh language? Which countries are boarded with Kazakstan? What is the second name of the kazakh language?( from the history)
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