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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyes Of The Tiger View Post
    This time I am not too sure which regional dialect, maybe Central Anatolia? Not too sure, anyway again the first woman (do woman who's asking questions but you can't see her) speaks standard Turkish and the old lady with headscarf speaks with a regional dialect.



    Do you hear a difference?
    Well, yes, but not really in terms of prosody or accent, but because of those throaty q and kh sounds, as I wrote before. To me, even Azeri has basically the same accent as Turkish.

    Which Turkish dialect sounds most similar to Turkmen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayazid View Post
    Well, yes, but not really in terms of prosody or accent, but because of those throaty q and kh sounds, as I wrote before. To me, even Azeri has basically the same accent as Turkish.

    Which Turkish dialect sounds most similar to Turkmen?
    Most (if not all) Turkic languages have no pungent sounds like guttural voices unlike Arabic or French. We neither have teeth, frontal lip sounds like R of Spanish. We use the middle sounds from our tongue while speaking Turkic languages like standard English speakers.

    So Turkmen speech is similar to standard Turkish dialect in terms of producing sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onur View Post
    Most (if not all) Turkic languages have no pungent sounds like guttural voices unlike Arabic or French. We neither have teeth, frontal lip sounds like R of Spanish. We use the middle sounds from our tongue while speaking Turkic languages like standard English speakers.

    So Turkmen speech is similar to standard Turkish dialect in terms of producing sounds.
    Actually, they do. Several Turkic languages have the typical Arabic [q] sound (voiceless uvular stop) and also the throaty fricatives [x] and [ʁ], so they do sound kind of guttural, especially in comparison with Standard Turkish, which sounds softer.

    For example, Uygur as spoken in this video sounds rather harsh:

    [YOUTUBE]M_dSIaS_x3c[/YOUTUBE]

    As for the teeth sounds, Turkmens pronounce the Turkish [s],[z] like interdental [θ],[ğ], which makes the language quite distinct sounding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayazid View Post
    Actually, they do. Several Turkic languages have the typical Arabic [q] sound (voiceless uvular stop) and also the throaty fricatives [x] and [ʁ], so they do sound kind of guttural, especially in comparison with Standard Turkish, which sounds softer.

    For example, Uygur as spoken in this video sounds rather harsh:

    As for the teeth sounds, Turkmens pronounce the Turkish [s],[z] like interdental [θ],[ğ], which makes the language quite distinct sounding.
    Yes, you found one of the few Turkic languages who has guttural and pungent voices, which is Uygur but it`s quite distant to our Oghuz tongue. I don't have much information about how Uyghurs adopted those guttural voices, so i cant say much about it but i can say that there is no such things in Oghuz tongues. Oghus ones are generally soft sounding without any pungent sounds.

    If an Oghuz speaker uses too much guttural sounds than i get suspected if Turkic is not his mothertongue or if they are living (or lived in the past) in a mixed society with foreign language (like Arabic or Kurdish) speakers. As i know mixed Turkish&Kurdish people speaks Turkish as such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onur View Post
    Yes, you found one of the few Turkic languages who has guttural and pungent voices, which is Uygur but it`s quite distant to our Oghuz tongue. I don't have much information about how Uyghurs adopted those guttural voices, so i cant say much about it but i can say that there is no such things in Oghuz tongues. Oghus ones are generally soft sounding without any pungent sounds.

    If an Oghuz speaker uses too much guttural sounds than i get suspected if Turkic is not his mothertongue or if they are living (or lived in the past) in a mixed society with foreign language (like Arabic or Kurdish) speakers. As i know mixed Turkish&Kurdish people speaks Turkish as such.
    Wait, but the same guttural sounds exist in Azeri too. Perhaps it's rather Standard Turkish which lost them.

    Even this Central Asian looking farmer from Konya seems to use them:

    [YOUTUBE]O09wDfvaHJA[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayazid View Post
    Wait, but the same guttural sounds exist in Azeri too. Perhaps it's rather Standard Turkish which lost them.

    Even this Central Asian looking farmer from Konya seems to use them:
    C`mon, it`s quite soft again comparing with the Arabic or French guttural sounds. I am not sure whats the criteria but i don't consider this as deeply guttural voice.

    Btw Ayazid, you continue to surprise me. Are you browsing Turkish videos in youtube? Whats the reason of your particular interest? Why dont you try to learn Turkish instead of browsing these without understanding a word of it?

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