Aryaqk wrote:We'll learn Zazakî here together. Maybe Zazakî is not Kurdish but we have same culture and for many years Zaza people knew theirself kurdish.
We do not have common term as "zaza" when we identify ourself..İt is less usage. We say just mostly kırdmancki-dımılki or kırmanci..and our people never think theirself apart from kurdish identity could be some tricky tribes who generally choose become side of turkis gov. Shortly just for some policies of turks it could be misunderstanding-otherwise there is no difference between our people and another kurdish languages.