The Azerbaijani language – Professional translations
Where do people speak Azerbaijani?
History of Azerbaijani
Records show that Azerbaijani must have developed in approximately the eleventh century. The Ottoman Empire arose around the same time. This explains the many similarities shared by these languages. In light of the ongoing border conflicts with Russia and the later occupation by the Russian military, the language began to change. The Russian occupants relocated a large portion of the population. As a result, the country was divided into North and South. The North changed under the strong influence of the Russian occupation forces. Among other things, the Cyrillic alphabet was officially instituted there.
The South, however, experienced more of a Persian influence. The alphabet was also impacted by Persian. Thus North and South Azerbaijani came to be divided. Despite strong dissent from Russia, the Cyrillic alphabet was officially abolished. Since that time, Latin script has been required for official correspondence.
The Azerbaijani font over the course of time
Azerbaijani was originally written using the Persian alphabet. This alphabet is very similar to that of the Ottoman Turkish language. Many details of the Ottoman language are identical to their Azerbaijani counterparts. With the introduction of the standardized Turkish alphabet, they switched over to using Latin characters. Russian occupation facilitated mandatory Russian language learning. At that point, people began to write Azerbaijani using modified Cyrillic characters. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan became more focused on the Western States. They therefore became one of the first Turkic countries in the territory of the former Soviet Union to introduce the Western alphabet.
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