Your interests in learning Qazaq

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Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby Rakhimzhan » 2011-01-13, 11:05

Why are you interested in learning Qazaq?
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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby Osprey » 2011-01-14, 10:35

Rakhimzhan wrote:Why are you interested in learning Qazaq?

Elementary, dear Watson: Qazaq is very beautiful and rich language. Learning Qaz makes your head buzz, and speaking Qaz makes your throat ache. Who am I to resist such a challenge? :D
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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby Rakhimzhan » 2011-01-19, 19:46

Osprey wrote:Elementary, dear Watson: Qazaq is very beautiful and rich language. Learning Qaz makes your head buzz, and speaking Qaz makes your throat ache. Who am I to resist such a challenge? :D


Awesome! :mrgreen: You always make me laughing and feel good! But for sure, I made this questionary just to know people's real intents and what motivation is behind. Them are abundant in other subforums as well. Its not unique. But its indicative.
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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby モモンガ » 2011-01-20, 21:17

It's very hard to find any resources on this language , but I m interested in culture of this region, so I though to myself why not.
I see it's similar to Turkish, so it may be not so hard.
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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby Rakhimzhan » 2011-01-22, 13:48

モモンガ wrote:It's very hard to find any resources on this language , but I m interested in culture of this region, so I though to myself why not.
I see it's similar to Turkish, so it may be not so hard.

Feel free to join our team :mrgreen:
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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby Mosro1 » 2012-11-25, 17:12

I began learning the language in 2002 because I adopted a teenager from Kazakhstan, and she only spoke Kazakh and Russian. Also, while we were in the country during the very long adoption process, my wife gave birth to a son. So we have 2 Kazakh children, one adopted and one born to us while there.

My adopted daughter is now grown up and married, and does not use her Kazakh language much any more. My son is very proud of his Kazakh birthplace, and he is very interested in the country and the language.

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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby zeme » 2012-11-25, 18:48

Mosro1 wrote:I began learning the language in 2002 because I adopted a teenager from Kazakhstan, and she only spoke Kazakh and Russian. Also, while we were in the country during the very long adoption process, my wife gave birth to a son. So we have 2 Kazakh children, one adopted and one born to us while there.

My adopted daughter is now grown up and married, and does not use her Kazakh language much any more. My son is very proud of his Kazakh birthplace, and he is very interested in the country and the language.
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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby Osprey » 2012-12-01, 20:06

Mosro1 wrote:I began learning the language in 2002 because I adopted a teenager from Kazakhstan, and she only spoke Kazakh and Russian. Also, while we were in the country during the very long adoption process, my wife gave birth to a son. So we have 2 Kazakh children, one adopted and one born to us while there.

My adopted daughter is now grown up and married, and does not use her Kazakh language much any more. My son is very proud of his Kazakh birthplace, and he is very interested in the country and the language.

What a beautiful and touching story! Thank you so much for sharing it with us! Көп рахмет!
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Re: Your interests in learning Qazaq

Postby johnklepac » 2013-04-01, 14:18

I've thought about learning Kazakh before. I like Central Asia; there's nothing specific to the Turkic languages that intrigues me too much.


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