Uyghur ئۇيغۇرچە‎

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Re: Uyghur ئۇيغۇرچە‎

Postby callum » 2017-01-13, 10:45

(...another one very late to the party :mrgreen: )

Is there anyone else here currently learning Uyghur?

I've been spending a few days going over the script, and I started chapter one of Greetings from the Teklimakan this morning (although my notes are 90% written only using isolated letter forms, hah). So far it's a lot more similar to Kazakh than I was expecting!

қалам / قەلەم
мұғалім / مۇئەللىم
жақсы / ياخشى
қағаз / قەغەز
кім / كىم
емес / ئەمەس
жоқ / ياق
etc.
I.. probably spelled all of those wrong. :oops:

But I'm sure the differences will be more apparent when I know more than 10 words. :mrgreen:

Anyway, I'm having fun already, and I'm excited to start learning this beautiful language!

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Re: Uyghur ئۇيغۇرچە‎

Postby DannyAlex » 2017-01-18, 7:17

callum wrote:(...another one very late to the party :mrgreen: )


I was once thought that my post would be the final and my journey of Uyghurche ends just like that.

But you came and really became my saviour. I never know the existence of Teklimakan before. Thanks! :)

Do you solely use Teklimakan in learning Uyghur?

callum

Re: Uyghur ئۇيغۇرچە‎

Postby callum » 2017-01-20, 10:44

DannyAlex wrote:Do you solely use Teklimakan in learning Uyghur?

You're welcome! :D And yes, at the moment it's all I'm using - I've got a few PDFs of some other textbooks (Modern Uyghur Grammar by Hämit Tömür and Spoken Uyghur by Reinhard F. Hahn), but I haven't done more than flick through them yet. I'll probably use them once I'm finished with Teklimakan.

I've only finished two chapters, but I'm enjoying it so far, and I already feel like I'm learning something - I'd definitely recommend trying it out if you haven't already. :mrgreen: (But be sure to use the accompanying audio!)

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Re: Uyghur ئۇيغۇرچە‎

Postby daristani » 2017-02-03, 22:18

The following webpage provides a lot of additional links to, and comments on, resources for Uyghur, including some with audio:

http://www.ccapprox.info/uyghurbooks.php

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Re: Uyghur ئۇيغۇرچە‎

Postby DannyAlex » 2017-07-18, 1:58

Rehmet for all the sources given!


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