ئازربیجان هله‌ ئوموم ئرب ئلفبسو ئله‌ ئچووق یزولو مو؟ [Azeri]

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ئازربیجان هله‌ ئوموم ئرب ئلفبسو ئله‌ ئچووق یزولو مو؟ [Azeri]

Postby Unknown » 2011-01-16, 14:19

من يالنز كى, عرب يليفباسو هلى ازربايكن ديليندى يازماق كسالقنن بر چوخ ولدوقدا بعلمكـ يستيييرسينيز.

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Re: ئازربیجان هله‌ ئوموم ئرب ئلفبسو ئله‌ ئچووق یزولو مو؟

Postby kalemiye » 2011-01-16, 15:54

I don't really get what you mean, and there are several spelling mistakes, among them, Azerbaijan is written as أذربيجان, hâlâ is written as ﺣﺎﻻ, arab as عرب, and the alfabe word is not use, alifba/الفبا is used instead. I couldn't really get the rest. In Azerbaijani Turkish, the interrogative tag goes together with the last word, normally, although I haven't heard this interrogative used in the spoken language (yet, and I only know one person from Republic of Azerbaijan).

Azerbaijani is written in a modified perso-arabic script in modern day Iran, while in the Republic of Azerbaijan a Latin-based alphabet is used to write the language. If you want to read Azeri Turkish written in the Arabic-based alphabet, check this website out: http://www.trtturki.com

I think you should learn a lot more of Azeri before attempting to write it in any alphabet, as it is very hard to understand what you mean.
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Re: ئازربیجان هله‌ ئوموم ئرب ئلفبسو ئله‌ ئچووق یزولو مو؟

Postby Unknown » 2011-01-16, 16:55

kalemiye wrote:I don't really get what you mean, and there are several spelling mistakes, among them, Azerbaijan is written as أذربيجان, hâlâ is written as ﺣﺎﻻ, arab as عرب, and the alfabe word is not use, alifba/الفبا is used instead. I couldn't really get the rest. In Azerbaijani Turkish, the interrogative tag goes together with the last word, normally, although I haven't heard this interrogative used in the spoken language (yet, and I only know one person from Republic of Azerbaijan).

Azerbaijani is written in a modified perso-arabic script in modern day Iran, while in the Republic of Azerbaijan a Latin-based alphabet is used to write the language. If you want to read Azeri Turkish written in the Arabic-based alphabet, check this website out: http://www.trtturki.com

I think you should learn a lot more of Azeri before attempting to write it in any alphabet, as it is very hard to understand what you mean.


I am sorry I didn't know how to write Azeri in the Arabic script properly, so from now on I'll just write in it's roman script.


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