What about my songs?
Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan use Latin, so i would write them using Latin, whereas Kazakh and Kyrgyz use Cyrrilic, so I would write them with Cyrillic.
I try to stick to native ortography.
A lot of Mongolians use Latin, I don't know why
I asked one Mongolian girl about it, and she said that if she were to write in Cyrillic other people would not understand her
they know Latin, but don't know their country's official script?
Or were they Chinese Mongolians?
Nobody likes our Slavic alphabet!
Only Kazakh and Kyrgyz, Mongolian, Tajiks are our friends!!!
Anyway Turkic languages tend to be written with Arabic script in China.
There is a lot of them, not only Uighur, but also over a million of Kazakhs in China.
I like the Arabic script the most, for writing Turkic langs.
They use some special letters not used in Standard Arabic
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