6 thoughts on “Language Quiz

  1. It sounds like a Turkic language to me. I can hear the word “lakin” (‘but’, an Arabic loanword in many languages) and possibly several Turkic words such as “bu” and “onlar” …

  2. There is something about the sounds that make me think it is a type of French creole. Maybe Reunion or Seychelles creole? Just a guess.

  3. Perhaps I am wrong but I think that this languge is Afroasiatic. Although it is not Semitic but Chadic. Maybe Hausa.

  4. No doubt, it’s one of those Turkic languages that are hard to tell apart.
    How about Karakalpak spoken in Uzbekistan?

  5. The answer is Jek / Cek (Cekcə məz), a member of the Lezgic branch of the Northeast Caucasian language family spoken in Jek, a village in northern Azerbaijan.

    The recording comes from YouTube:

  6. Lol. All wrong! It is very difficult to hit with a Caucasian language and especially if it is from the north. I could still distinguish between Georgian and Chechen or Georgian and anyone from the north, but to succeed with those from the north, or to distinguish between them … practically impossible … at least for me

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