So, please don’t say anything that it’s not an azeri song. You know, sometimes people tired to trying to explain anything to somebody. Azeri is an extinct Persian dialect. So, Azerbainaji is not too. Then I guess if that really is the case it should be marked as Anatolian Turkish. I would rather Azerbayjani Turkish be in Turkish section, but the separatists of the Turkish tongue insists them being placed separately. Or is this song not written in Azerbaijani, after all?
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The lyrics in Azeri here, should be corrected. Lindemann – Mathematik German. Or is this song not written in Azerbaijani, after all? What do you think about it? The Epoch of Romanticism Get a taste of the most beloved and fruitful music period.
The accent spoken in in Eastern Anatolia isn’t qarracuxurlu all different ot Azerbayjani Turkish. It will take no more than a few hours for some one from Turkey to satart understanding Azerbaijani Turkish. Passed through towns and villages there. Our language is diffrent than yours and Persian language.
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Just he speak bad things about my langueage.
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But placing it under Turkish will be wrong according to these separatists I’ve mentioned before.
We use it 2 ways. Is that text on the left really written in a different language as the one on the right? Get a taste of the most beloved and fruitful music period. Your “translation” consisted of namiq qaracuxurlu revayet the same text as the one that was written here so I don’t see how it should help anyone.
Turanchi, please stop to telling lie! Azerbaijani and Azeri are the same thing. Their language is Persian. Sciera, this song was not be Anatolian language. Turanchi didn’t say that Azerbainaji would be the same as Turkish but the same as some of the Anatolian dialects.
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So it’s not important for me. There are accents of this Turkish dialect spoken in Anatolia, not dialectS! Sciera, I told you it’s in Azerbaijani. Of course it is Azerbaijani, Sciera. Then the only jamiq difference is that the Azerbayjan refayet a turned e sometimes – you can’t tell me that this is a problem for anyone who can read Turkish letters.
I guess by “Turkish” he means the “Turkish languages”: One needs to be very namiq qaracuxurlu revayet when trying to define languages. As I said Azerbaijani is not Anatoloan language.
If that actually is the case, then please show her some lyrics original songs, I’d say, not translations here that are written in an Anatolian namiq qaracuxurlu revayet is nearly identical to Azerbayjani. Why do you want to make this song an Anatolian Turkish song? For the Azerbaijanies speak Oghuz Branch of Turkish!
According to Merriam Webster, “Azeri” and “Azerbaijani” mean exacty the same: So, Azeri or Azerbaijani are not one of its dialects.