by Abdullah Erol
Speaking various dialects of Turkish, Turkic peoples have a population of almost 350 millions, inhabiting more than 10 countries including remote parts of Mongolia to Turkey, and even Europe. There are nearly 10 million Turkish speakers in Europe alone.
Although Turkish language remained under the dust for the most part of the 20th century, the new century heralded a much brighter future for both the speakers and learners of the language. This noted, here are my 5 forecasts for the future of Turkish language:
It's NOW high time for the Turkish language! Learning Turkish will open you new cultural, historical, educational and business horizons, allowing you to penetrate into the Turkish-speaking markets and travel in many parts of the world.
If you're interested in finding millions of bilingual (English-Turkish) sentence pairs, you can visit my website Yeminli Sözlük at http://www.yeminlisozluk.com.
Abdullah Erol is a medical translator and the founder of Yeminli Sözlük, the most comprehensive Corpus of English-Turkish Sentence Pairs developed for translators, researchers and learners of Turkish. He is the author of three books including Çevirmenin Başucu Kitabı, which is available at amazon.com.
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