To study the comparative-historical study of the Turkic languages (Kazakh, Turkish and Uzbek)
AbstractThis article describes a comparative study of three aspects of development of the Kazakh, Turkish and Uzbek languages, which are the dominant components, respectively, of three major language groups – Kipchak, Karluk and Oguz. The centuries-old history of the Turkic languages favored the consolidation, the acquisition of a group of community, however, has contributed to the history of their differentiation, demarcation, division, the acquisition of a variety of different signs (in this case, the phonetic structure). It is used comparative-historical method that meets the goals and objectives of this study. However, using descriptive and comparative methods. This involves not only the simple comparison of facts, but also attempts to clarify the root causes of all kinds of phonetic-phonological patterns of innovation and taking into account their previous condition and the subsequent stages of evolutionary development.
How to Cite
., Baituova A.N.,. To study the comparative-historical study of the Turkic languages (Kazakh, Turkish and Uzbek). Eurasian Journal of Philology: Science and Education, [S.l.], v. 168, n. 4, p. 69-73, dec. 2018. ISSN 2618-0782. Available at: <http://philart.kaznu.kz/index.php/1-FIL/article/view/2447>. Date accessed: 22 jan. 2019.