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Proto-Turkic

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Tonyukuk Inscriptions, among the oldest examples of Turkic languages surviving.
Proto-Turkic
The reconstructed ancestor of the Turkic languages.

Table of Contents[edit | edit source]

Welcome to the Proto-Turkic page! Here we will assist Wikibooks, together with Wiktionary, to consider the content of the reconstructed language, which is supposed to have been spoken between 500 BCE and 100 AD. Such a language was spoken in Mongolia before the Turks' Oghur tribe migrated to the west, somewhere north of the Black Sea! Proto-Turkic language, which we can call a kind of Xiongnu language, is the ancestor of all Turkic languages today.

About[edit | edit source]

  1. Introduction 100% developed  as of 17 December 2021
  2. Contributors 100% developed  as of 22 September 2021

History[edit | edit source]

  1. History of Proto-Turkic language 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021

Pronunciation and Alphabet[edit | edit source]

  1. Alphabet 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021
  2. Phonology 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021

Lessons[edit | edit source]

  1. Lesson one: Pronouns and numbers 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021
  2. Lesson two: Basics 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021
  3. Lesson three: Locative-ablative case and plurality 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021
  4. Lesson four: Past tenses and vowel harmony 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021
  5. Lesson five: Vocabulary 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021
  6. Lesson six: Genitive, accusative and dative cases 100% developed  as of 3 September 2021
  7. Lesson seven: Suffixes used to create new words with new meanings 100% developed  as of 10 September 2021
  8. Lesson eight: Verbals 100% developed  as of 22 September 2021
  9. Lesson nine: Optatives, necessitatives and questions 100% developed  as of 22 September 2021
  10. Lesson ten: Vocabulary 2 100% developed  as of 22 September 2021
  11. Lesson eleven: Equative, instrumental and imperatives 100% developed  as of 4 October 2021
  12. Lesson twelve: Converbs and sentence formation 100% developed  as of 19 December 2021
  13. Final lesson: Abilities, future tense and present continuous 100% developed  as of 3 October 2021