A Handbook of Kyrgyz Grammar
Kyrgyz is a Turkic language of Central Asia. It is a national language of the Kyrgyz Republic, but is also spoken in some areas of China and Kazakhstan. This is a short exposition of certain essential points of Kyrgyz grammar. It was not originally intended as a primary teaching text, but rather to be used on the fly.
Sounds and alphabet[edit | edit source]
Word order[edit | edit source]
Articles[edit | edit source]
Nouns[edit | edit source]
4.1 Introduction to the Case System
4.2 Meaning of Cases
4.4.1 Personal and Demonstrative Pronouns
4.4.2 The Reflexive Pronoun
Simple Sentences[edit | edit source]
5.1 Equational Sentences (e.g., "She is a doctor.")
5.1.1 Negation of Equational Sentences (e.g., "She is not a doctor.")
5.1.2 Past Tense of Equational Sentences (e.g., "She was a doctor.")
5.2 "There is;" "There are;" "There is not;" "There are not"
5.3 "Here is;" "Here are"
5.4 "To Have"