Turkish is the official language of Turkey, frequently named as “the bridge between East and West”. There are approximately 64 million Turkish speakers in the world: it is spoken by 75% of Turkey`s population (56 million people), while the other speakers are from Northern Cyprus, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece, Azerbaijan, Kosovo, Romania, Iraq, Bosnia.
Turkish belongs to the Oghuz group of languages which is a subgroup of the Turkic language family. This language has certain properties such as vowel harmony, absence of gender, frequent agglutination, adjectives precede nouns, and verbs come at the end of the sentence.
Strictly speaking, Turkish is the official language spoken in Turkey alone. Therefore, for the purposes of Turkish Translation Services in Malaysia, Turkish should be set apart from other related languages such as Turkic languages. Examples of these unique Turkic languages are Azerbaijani, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tatar, Turkmen, Uighur, Uzbek, and those from the Balkans, Central Asia, northwestern China and southern Siberia. Despite, the existence of dialects, most Turkish Translation Services in Malaysia involves Modern standard Turkish which is based on the Istanbul dialect in Turkey.