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A short history of the Turkish language
Turkish is spoken by about 15 million people in Turkey and around 60 million people around the world, including Iraq, Greece, Bulgaria, Albania, Kosovo, Germany, Austria, Belgium, France and the Republic of Macedonia. It is the official language of Turkey and one of the official languages of Cyprus.
The earliest example of Turkish writing comes in the form of two famous Turkic runes, which date back to 735AD. They were found in the 19th century in the Orkhon river valley in Mongolia.
Until 1928 Turkish was written using Ottoman Turkish script. It used many words in its vocabulary from Persian and Arabic. However, the lower classes spoke a less refined language which contained more Turkish vocabulary and this became the basis for modern Turkish.
After 1928 Mustafa Ataturk, who was the first president of Turkey decided to eliminate many of the Arab and Persian words and revive old Turkish words. The Ottoman Turkish script was then changed to Latin.
Modern Turkish today is based on the Istanbul dialect. There are many dialects in Turkish. The Turkish Language Association, which was founded in 1932, is currently working on a project to compile an Atlas of the Turkish language.