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    Quote Originally Posted by Root View Post
    еще с детства учат выговаривать эти сложные буквы, а потом произношение звуков само улучшается со временем, вот только в подростковом возрасте учить сложновато будет, если, конечно, не постараться приложить все усилия в течение нескольких лет. Как носитель северокавказского языка, выучить хоть один из всех перечисленных языков(включая сюда же языков коренных североамериканцев) до определенного уровня мне намного проще будет, чем неносителю северокавказского языка, поскольку все они, как бы, взаимосвязаны, родственны между собой и, в каждом из этих упомянутых языков имеются довольно много схожестей
    Мне носителю картвельских языков как бы не очень трудно.
    А другие картвельские языки мне кажутся вообще детским садом.
    Просто глагол трудноват наш

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    Turkic language was influenced by Siberian tribes who are related to Amerindians ( haplogroup Q). The most obvious influences are guttural sound K ( also heard in Ket, Chukchi and Eskimo languages). In Amerindian languages guttural K even has guttural stop K' reminding click ( как бы щелчок после горлового К). In Turkic languages K is guttural ( горловой) and fricative ( взрывной).

    Native American languages have nasal sounds ( like in French). Nasalization transformed into Umlaut vowel system. Umlaut system is strongest in Turkic and Germanic languages. Also Umlaut vowels are present in French language. French language has both ( nasal and Umlaut).



    Umlaut system in Kazakh language


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    Does Mayan ( Yukatec) resembles Caucasus and Georgian languages?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mutabor View Post
    Does Mayan ( Yukatec) resembles Caucasus and Georgian languages?



    dont think about georgian


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