Kyrgyzcha - Кыргызча

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Kyrgyzcha - Кыргызча

Postby Manas » 2009-01-10, 21:24

Hello,

I am interested in learning kyrgyz language. Is there anyone here who can help me with it?
Where could I find material to learn it? (online?)

Many thanks!

Manas

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Re: Kyrgyzcha - Кыргызча

Postby zhiguli » 2009-01-10, 21:49

from the kazakh thread:

zhiguli wrote:There's a fair bit of material for kyrgyz at the http://www.eric.ed.gov site
And this page (which, alas, is in russian)

http://kyrgyz.lugovsa.net/

Kazakh and Kyrgyz are so close that they are mutually intelligible so it shouldn't be difficult to learn Kyrgyz once you've gotten a good grip on Kazakh.


scola.org also has kyrgyz newsclips with transcripts and other material, password is required but it shouldn't be hard to find one on the web.

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Re: Kyrgyzcha - Кыргызча

Postby Laoshu505000 » 2009-01-12, 15:20

Manas wrote:Hello,

I am interested in learning kyrgyz language. Is there anyone here who can help me with it?
Where could I find material to learn it? (online?)

Many thanks!

Manas


Hello my friend. You may be able to find some useful resources here:

http://uz-translations.net/

Good luck

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Re: Kyrgyzcha - Кыргызча

Postby Unknown » 2011-07-10, 16:00

Саламатсызбы, мен кыргызча акысы суйлой алам. Мен сизде кыргызчады комек жатам. Рахмет.

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Re: Kyrgyzcha - Кыргызча

Postby Schwarzrat » 2012-04-10, 11:24

Here's a french - kirghiz dictionnary :
http://asiecentrale.revues.org/index1339.html?file=1
Native : [flag]fr[/flag] [flag]gsw[/flag] (alsatian - no problem in comprehension... to use it, that's something else... -)
Upper Intermediate : [flag]en[/flag]
Intermediate : [flag]de[/flag]
Beginner : [flag]tr[/flag]
Wanderlust : [flag]yih[/flag] (western yiddish) [flag]az[/flag] [flag]kk[/flag] [flag]uz[/flag] [flag]ku[/flag]


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