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'''Azerbaijani''' is the main language of [[Azerbaijan]].
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'''Azerbaijani''' is the primary & official language of [[Azerbaijan]]. It is also the primary language in northwestern [[Iran]], and is also spoken to a small extent in southern [[Dagestan]] ([[Russia]]), the [[Kvemo Kartli]] region of [[Georgia (country)|Georgia]], and eastern [[Turkey]]. It is a Turkic language  and is mutually intelligible with modern [[Turkish phrasebook|Turkish]] although a fair amount of vocabulary has been added from Russian or Persian influence in Azerbaijan and Iran respectively.
  
 
==Pronunciation guide==
 
==Pronunciation guide==
İn Azerbaijani there are some letters that are pronunced specifically. These letters are the followings.
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{{infobox|A Language of Many Scripts|The Persian-Arabic alphabet was used amongst all Azerbaijani speakers until 1922, when the Latin alphabet was adopted (slightly different from the current one in use). In 1939, Stalin sought to cut ties between Azerbaijanis (a Turkic peoples) and Turkey and use of the Latin alphabet was forbidden thereafter under Soviet rule replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet. In Azerbaijan, the Azerbaijani language has been written in the Latin alphabet since 1991 and Cyrillic has fallen out of use. In Iran, the Persian-Arabic alphabet, with a few letters created especially for Azerbaijani, has remained in use; however, there is no standard for written Azerbaijani in terms of spelling.}}
  
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Azerbaijani is written in the Latin alphabet by its 8.8 million native speakers in [[Azerbaijan]], the rest of southern [[Caucasus]], and [[Turkey]]. Azerbaijani is written in Persian-Arabic alphabet by its estimated 24 million speakers in [[Iran]], and [[Iraq]]. Be careful as many Latin letters are pronounced differently from the way they are in English and a few letters share the same sound in the Persian-Arabic script!
  
;'''ə''' : - pronounced as english ''a'' like '''a''' in apple
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The following letters are in Latin (Azerbaijan since 1991) & Arabic (Iran; Azerbaijan until 1922).
;'''ü''' : - pronounced as german ''ü''
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;'''Aa ﺍ''' : - short as in 'along' or long as in 'army'.
;'''ö''' : - pronounced as german ''ö''
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;'''Bb ﺏ''' : - pronounced like 'b' in 'bell'.
;'''ş''' : - pronounced as english ''sh''
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;'''Cc ﺝ''' : - pronounced like 'J' in '''J'''apan.
;'''ç''' : - pronounced as english ''ch''
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;'''Çç چ''' : - pronounced like 'ch' in '''ch'''at..
;'''c''' : - pronounced as english ''j'' like '''j''' in jump
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;'''Dd ﺩ''' : - pronounced like 'd' in death; otherwise, like 'th' in 'the'.
;'''ğ''' : - pronounced as french ''r''
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;'''Ee ﻩ''' : - pronounced like soft 'e' in '''E'''mbassy. This can be long as in 'bate'.
;'''g''' : - pronounced as english ''g'' like '''g''' in get
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;'''Əə ع''' : - pronounced like 'a' in f'''a'''t. (This letter was represented by Ää from 1991-1992). This is long as in 'bate' or 'cape'.
;'''q''' : - pronounced as english ''g'' like '''g''' in great
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;'''Ff ﻑ''' : - pronounced like 'f' in 'fold'.
;'''i''' : - pronounced as english ''i'' like '''i''' in little
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;'''Gg گ''' : - pronounced like 'g' in '''g'''oal. More like ''g' '', while Xx is English ''g''.
;'''ı''' : -  
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;'''Ğğ ﻍ''' : - pronounced at the back of throat like the French 'r'
;'''x''' : - pronounced as german ''ch'' like '''ch''' in ich
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;'''Hh ﺡ / ﻩ''' : - pronounced like 'h'.
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;'''Xx ﺥ''' : - pronounced like 'c' (or 'kh') in '''c'''artoon. More like a soft ''kh'', while Kk is a hard ''k''.
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;'''Iı ی''' : - pronounced like 'u' in 'butter' or 'Sutton'.
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;'''İi ی''' : - pronounced like 'i' in 'pit'. This can be 'ee' as in 'meet'.
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;'''Jj ژ''' : - pronounced like 'j' (or 'zh') in dé'''j'''à vu.
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;'''Kk ک''' : - pronounced like 'k' in 'kill'.
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;'''Qq ﻕ''' : - pronounced like 'q' in 'Qatar'; usually a slide between 'g' in 'goal' and 'k' in 'kill'.
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;'''Ll ﻝ''' : - pronounced like 'l' in 'Lauren'
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;'''Mm ﻡ''' : - pronounced like 'm' in 'Maeve'.
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;'''Nn ﻥ''' : - pronounced like 'n' in 'noon'. Before 'b', 'm', and/or 'p', like 'm' in 'man'. Before 'g', 'k', and/or 'q', this is the 'ng' sound of 'pink'.
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;'''Oo ﻭ''' : - pronounced like 'o' in 'not'; otherwise, 'oh' as in 'note'.
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;'''Öö ﻭ''' : - same as in German, like 'er' in 'her'.
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;'''Pp پ''' : - pronounced like 'p'.
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;'''Rr ﺭ''' : - Roll you r's!
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;'''Ss ﺙ / ﺱ / ﺹ''' : - pronounced like 's' in '''s'''izzle.
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;'''Şş ﺵ''' : - pronounced like 'sh' in '''sh'''ape.
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;'''Tt ﺕ / ﻁ''' : - pronounced like 't'.
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;'''Uu ﻭ''' : - pronounced like 'u' in p'''u'''t.
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;'''Üü ﻭ''' : - pronounced like 'u' (or 'yu') in m'''u'''te.
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;'''Vv ﻭ''' : - pronounced like 'v' in 'van'; otherwise, like 'w' in 'world'.
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;'''Yy ی''' : - pronounced like 'y' in '''y'''ear.
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;'''Zz ﺫ / ﺯ / ﺽ / ﻅ''' : - pronounced like 'z' in '''z'''ebra, same as 's' in 'nose' or 'his'.
  
 
===Vowels===
 
===Vowels===
 
There are 9 vowels: a, ı, o, u, e, ə, i, ö, ü
 
There are 9 vowels: a, ı, o, u, e, ə, i, ö, ü
 
===Consonants===
 
  
 
==Phrase list==
 
==Phrase list==
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== Basics ==
 
== Basics ==
  
; Hello. (''informal & formal'')
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{{infobox|Common signs|
(''Salam'')
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; OPEN - AÇIQ :
; How are you? :   ('' Necəsən?'')
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; CLOSED - BAĞLI :
; How are you? (''formal''):   ('' Necəsiniz?'')
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; ENTRANCE - GİRİŞ :
; Fine, thank you. :   (''Mən yaxşıyam'')
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; EXIT - ÇIXIŞ :
; What is your name? (''informal''):   ('' Sənin adın nədir?'')
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; PUSH - İTƏLƏ :
; What is your name? (''formal''): ('' Sizin adınız nədir?'')
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; PULL - DART :
; My name is ______ . : ('' Mənim adım _____ .'')
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; TOILET - TUVALET :
; Nice to meet you. :   (''Tanışlığımıza şadam '')
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; MEN - KİŞİ :
; Please. : ('' Zəhmət olmazsa\ Mümkünsə'')
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; WOMEN - QADIN :
; Thank you. : (''Təşəkkür edirəm '')
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; FORBIDDEN - QADAĞANDIR :}}
; You're welcome. :   (''Buyurun\ Xoş gəldiniz\ Dəyməz'')
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; You're welcome. (''informal''): (''Buyur\ Xoş gəldin\ Dəyməz'')
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; Hello. : Salam; Salam əleyküm
; Yes. :  (''Bəli (formal), Hə (informal) '')
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; How are you? : Sən necəsən?
; No. :  (''Xeyr (formal), Yox (informal)) '')
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: Necəsən?
; Excuse me. (''getting attention'') :   (''Üzr istəyirəm\ Bağışlayın'')
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; How are you? (formal): Siz necəsiniz?;
; Excuse me. (''begging pardon'') :   (''Üzr istəyirəm\ Bağışlayın'')
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: Necəsiniz?
; I'm sorry. :   (''Məni bağışlayın'')
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; Fine, thank you. : Mən yaxşıyam
; Goodbye (''informal''):   (''Sağol'')
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; Good. : Yaxşi
; Goodbye (''formal'') :   (''Sağolun\ Salamat qalın\ Görüşənədək'')
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; Bad. : Pis
; I can't speak ''Azerbaijani'' [well]. : ('' Mən Azərbaycanca [yaxşı] danışa bilmirəm'')
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; So-so. : Elə-belə
; Do you speak English? :   ('' Siz İngiliscə danışırsınız?'')
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; What is your name? (informal): Sənin adın nədir?
; Is there someone here who speaks English? : ('' Burada İngiliscə danışan var?'')
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; What is your name? (formal): Sizin adınız nədir?
; Help! :   ('' Kömək edin!'')
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; My name is ______ . : Mənim adım _____ .
; Look out! :   ('' Ehtiyyatlı olun\ol!'')
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; Nice to meet you. : Çox şadam.
; Good morning. :  ('' Sabahın xeyir'')
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: Tanışlığımıza şadam.
; Good evening. :  ('' Axşamın xeyir '')
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; Please. : Zəhmət olmasa.
; Good night. :   ('' Gecən xeyrə'')
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: Mümkünsə
; I don't understand. :  ('' Mən başa düşmürəm'')
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; Thank you. : Təşəkkür edirəm.
; Where is the toilet? :  ('' Tualet haradadır?'')
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; You're welcome. : Buyurun
; Congratulations :   ('' Təbriklər'')
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: Dəyməz
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; You're welcome. (''informal''): Buyur
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; Yes. (formal) : Bəli
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; No. (formal) : Yox
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; Yes. (informal): Hə
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; No. : Xeyr
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; Excuse me. (getting attention or begging pardon) : Üzr istəyirəm  
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: Bağışlayın
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; I'm sorry. : Məni bağışlayın
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; Goodbye : Sağolun
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: Görüşëdëk
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; I can't speak Azerbaijani [well]. : Mən Azərbaycanca [yaxşı] danışa bilmirəm.
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; I do not understand. : Başa düşmədim
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; Do you speak [English/French/Russian]? : Siz [İngiliscə/ fransızca/rusca] danışırsınız?
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; Is there someone here who speaks English? : Burada İngiliscə danışan var?
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; Help! : Kömək edin!
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; Look out! : Ehtiyyatlı olun\ol!
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; Good morning. :  Sabahın xeyir.
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; Good afternoon. : Gün aydın.
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; Good evening. :  Axşamın xeyir.
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; Good night. : Gecən xeyrə.
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; Congratulations : Təbriklər.
  
 
===Problems===
 
===Problems===
; '''Can you help me?''' :   ('' Mənə kömək edə bilərsiniz?'')
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; Can you help me? : Mənə kömək edə bilərsiniz?
; '''İ am Lost''' :   ('' Mən azmışam.'')
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; I feel bad. : Mən özümü pis hiss edirəm.
; '''How can İ find hotel *...*?''' :   ('' Mən *...* otelini (mehmanxanasını)nəcə tapa bilərəm?'')
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; I am lost. : Mən azmışam.
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; Where is _____? : ______ haradadır?
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; How can I find hotel _____? : Mən _____ otelinin mehmanxanasını tapa bilərəm?
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; Are there any vacancies tonight? : Bu gün üçün boş, otaq varmı?
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; Where is the toilet (bathroom)? : Tualet (ayaq yolu) haradadır?
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; Male : kişi
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; Female : qadın
  
== Numbers ==
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===Numbers===
  
 
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; one : bir
'''1'''-Bir
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; two : iki
 
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; three : üç
'''2'''-Iki
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; four : dörd
 
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; five : beş
'''3'''-Üç
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; six : altı
 
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; seven : yeddi
'''4'''-Dörd
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; eight : səkkiz
 
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; nine : doqquz
'''5'''-Beş
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; ten : on
 
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; eleven : on bir
'''6'''-Altı
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; twelve : on iki
 
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; thirteen : on üç
'''7'''-Yeddi
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; fourteen : on dörd
 
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; fifteen : on beş
'''8'''-Səkkiz
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; sixteen : on altı
 
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; seventeen : on yeddi
'''9'''-Doqquz
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; eighteen : on səkkiz
 
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; nineteen : on doqquz
'''10'''-On
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; twenty : iyirmi
 
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; thirty : otuz
'''11'''-On bir
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; fourty : qırx
 
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; fifty : əlli
'''12'''-On iki
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; sixty : altmiş
 
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; seventy : yetmiş
'''13'''-On üç
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; eighty : səksən
 
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; ninety : doxsan
'''14'''-On dörd
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; hundred : yüz
 
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; thousand : min
'''15'''-On beş
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'''16'''-On altı
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'''17'''-On yeddi
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'''18'''-On səkkiz
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'''19'''-On doqquz
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'''20'''-İyirmi
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'''30'''-Otuz
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'''40'''-Qırx
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'''50'''-Əlli
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'''60'''-Altmiş
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'''70'''-Yetmiş
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'''80'''-Səksən
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'''90'''-Doxsan
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'''100'''-Yüz
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'''1,000'''-Min
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===Time===
 
===Time===
; What time is it? :  ('' Saat neçədir?'')
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; What time is it? :  (''Saat neçədir?'')
; It's two o'clock :  ('' Saat ikidir?'')
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; It's two o'clock :  (''Saat ikidir?'')
 
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====Clock time====
 
====Clock time====
'''It is 2:30.'''
 
Saat üçün yarısıdır
 
  
'''It is 2:00.'''
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; It is 2<nowiki>:30</nowiki>. : Saat üçün yarısıdır.
Saat ikidir
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; It is 2<nowiki>:00</nowiki>. : Saat ikidir.
 
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; It is 2<nowiki>:50</nowiki>. : Saat üçə on dəqiqə qalır.
'''It is 2:50.'''
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Saat üçə on dəqiqə qalir
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====Duration====
 
====Duration====
  
== Days ==
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===Days===
  
'''Monday'''
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; Monday : bazar ertəsi
Bazar ertəsi
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; Tuesday : çərşəmbə axşamı
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; Wednesday : çərşəmbə
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; Thursday : cümə axşamı
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; Friday : cümə
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; Saturday : şənbə
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; Sunday : bazar
  
'''Tuesday'''
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===Months===
Çərşəmbə axşamı
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'''Wednesday'''
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; January : yanvar
Çərşəmbə
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; February : fevral
 
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; March : mart
'''Thursday'''
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; April : aprel
Cümə axşamı
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; May : may
 
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; June : iyun
'''Friday'''
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; July : iyul
Cümə
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; August : avqust
 
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; September : sentyabr
'''Saturday'''
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; October : oktyabr
Şənbə
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; November : noyabr
 
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; December : dekabr
'''Sunday'''
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Bazar
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== Months ==
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'''January'''
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Yanvar
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'''February'''
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Fevral
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'''March'''
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Mart
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'''April'''
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Aprel
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'''May'''
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May
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'''June'''
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İyun
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'''July'''
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İyul
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'''August'''
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Avqust
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'''September'''
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Sentyabr
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'''October'''
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Oktyabr
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'''November'''
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Noyabr
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'''December'''
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Dekabr
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====Writing time and date====
 
====Writing time and date====
  
== Colors ==
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===Colors===
 
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'''White'''
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'''Black'''
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Qara
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'''Red'''
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Qırmızı
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'''Green'''
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Yaşıl
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'''Blue'''
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Göy/ mavi
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'''Orange'''
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Narınc
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'''Grey'''
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Boz
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'''Brown'''
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Şabalıdı
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'''Yellow'''
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Sarı
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'''Rose'''
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; white : ağ/bəyaz
Çəhrayı
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; black : qara
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; red : qırmızı
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; green : yaşıl
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; blue : göy/mavi
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; orange : narıncı
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; grey : boz
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; brown : şabalıdı/qəhvəyi
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; yellow : sarı
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; rose : çəhrayı
  
===Transportation===
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===Transportation===  
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Nəqliyyat
  
 
====Bus and train====
 
====Bus and train====
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Avtobus və qatar
  
====Directions====
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====Direction====
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İstiqamət
  
 
====Taxi====
 
====Taxi====
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Taksi
  
 
===Lodging===
 
===Lodging===
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Rent - İcarə haqqı
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Lease - Kirayə
  
 
===Money===
 
===Money===
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===Eating===
 
===Eating===
  
;Bring us a menu :  ('' Bizə menu gətir'.')
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; Bring us a menu. :  (''Bizə menu gətir'.')
; What's our bill :  ('' Bizim hesabimiz nədir?'')
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; What's our bill? :  (''Bizim hesabimiz nədir?'')
  
 
===Bars===
 
===Bars===
 
  
 
== Shopping ==
 
== Shopping ==
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===Authority===
 
===Authority===
  
{{outline}}
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{{outlinephrasebook}}
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{{phrasebookguide}}
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[[ja:アゼルバイジャン語会話集]]
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Revision as of 07:05, 26 September 2012

Azerbaijani is the primary & official language of Azerbaijan. It is also the primary language in northwestern Iran, and is also spoken to a small extent in southern Dagestan (Russia), the Kvemo Kartli region of Georgia, and eastern Turkey. It is a Turkic language and is mutually intelligible with modern Turkish although a fair amount of vocabulary has been added from Russian or Persian influence in Azerbaijan and Iran respectively.

Contents

Pronunciation guide

A Language of Many Scripts
The Persian-Arabic alphabet was used amongst all Azerbaijani speakers until 1922, when the Latin alphabet was adopted (slightly different from the current one in use). In 1939, Stalin sought to cut ties between Azerbaijanis (a Turkic peoples) and Turkey and use of the Latin alphabet was forbidden thereafter under Soviet rule replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet. In Azerbaijan, the Azerbaijani language has been written in the Latin alphabet since 1991 and Cyrillic has fallen out of use. In Iran, the Persian-Arabic alphabet, with a few letters created especially for Azerbaijani, has remained in use; however, there is no standard for written Azerbaijani in terms of spelling.


Azerbaijani is written in the Latin alphabet by its 8.8 million native speakers in Azerbaijan, the rest of southern Caucasus, and Turkey. Azerbaijani is written in Persian-Arabic alphabet by its estimated 24 million speakers in Iran, and Iraq. Be careful as many Latin letters are pronounced differently from the way they are in English and a few letters share the same sound in the Persian-Arabic script!

The following letters are in Latin (Azerbaijan since 1991) & Arabic (Iran; Azerbaijan until 1922).

Aa ﺍ 
- short as in 'along' or long as in 'army'.
Bb ﺏ 
- pronounced like 'b' in 'bell'.
Cc ﺝ 
- pronounced like 'J' in Japan.
Çç چ 
- pronounced like 'ch' in chat..
Dd ﺩ 
- pronounced like 'd' in death; otherwise, like 'th' in 'the'.
Ee ﻩ 
- pronounced like soft 'e' in Embassy. This can be long as in 'bate'.
Əə ع 
- pronounced like 'a' in fat. (This letter was represented by Ää from 1991-1992). This is long as in 'bate' or 'cape'.
Ff ﻑ 
- pronounced like 'f' in 'fold'.
Gg گ 
- pronounced like 'g' in goal. More like g' , while Xx is English g.
Ğğ ﻍ 
- pronounced at the back of throat like the French 'r'
Hh ﺡ / ﻩ 
- pronounced like 'h'.
Xx ﺥ 
- pronounced like 'c' (or 'kh') in cartoon. More like a soft kh, while Kk is a hard k.
Iı ی 
- pronounced like 'u' in 'butter' or 'Sutton'.
İi ی 
- pronounced like 'i' in 'pit'. This can be 'ee' as in 'meet'.
Jj ژ 
- pronounced like 'j' (or 'zh') in déjà vu.
Kk ک 
- pronounced like 'k' in 'kill'.
Qq ﻕ 
- pronounced like 'q' in 'Qatar'; usually a slide between 'g' in 'goal' and 'k' in 'kill'.
Ll ﻝ 
- pronounced like 'l' in 'Lauren'
Mm ﻡ 
- pronounced like 'm' in 'Maeve'.
Nn ﻥ 
- pronounced like 'n' in 'noon'. Before 'b', 'm', and/or 'p', like 'm' in 'man'. Before 'g', 'k', and/or 'q', this is the 'ng' sound of 'pink'.
Oo ﻭ 
- pronounced like 'o' in 'not'; otherwise, 'oh' as in 'note'.
Öö ﻭ 
- same as in German, like 'er' in 'her'.
Pp پ 
- pronounced like 'p'.
Rr ﺭ 
- Roll you r's!
Ss ﺙ / ﺱ / ﺹ 
- pronounced like 's' in sizzle.
Şş ﺵ 
- pronounced like 'sh' in shape.
Tt ﺕ / ﻁ 
- pronounced like 't'.
Uu ﻭ 
- pronounced like 'u' in put.
Üü ﻭ 
- pronounced like 'u' (or 'yu') in mute.
Vv ﻭ 
- pronounced like 'v' in 'van'; otherwise, like 'w' in 'world'.
Yy ی 
- pronounced like 'y' in year.
Zz ﺫ / ﺯ / ﺽ / ﻅ 
- pronounced like 'z' in zebra, same as 's' in 'nose' or 'his'.

Vowels

There are 9 vowels: a, ı, o, u, e, ə, i, ö, ü

Phrase list

I love Baku/Azerbaijan Mən Bakını/Azərbaycanı sevirəm

Visiting Baku/Azerbaijan is my dream Bakını/Azərbaycanı görmək mənim arzumdur

Basics

Common signs

OPEN - AÇIQ 
CLOSED - BAĞLI 
ENTRANCE - GİRİŞ 
EXIT - ÇIXIŞ 
PUSH - İTƏLƏ 
PULL - DART 
TOILET - TUVALET 
MEN - KİŞİ 
WOMEN - QADIN 
FORBIDDEN - QADAĞANDIR 


Hello. 
Salam; Salam əleyküm
How are you? 
Sən necəsən?
Necəsən?
How are you? (formal)
Siz necəsiniz?;
Necəsiniz?
Fine, thank you. 
Mən yaxşıyam
Good. 
Yaxşi
Bad. 
Pis
So-so. 
Elə-belə
What is your name? (informal)
Sənin adın nədir?
What is your name? (formal)
Sizin adınız nədir?
My name is ______ . 
Mənim adım _____ .
Nice to meet you. 
Çox şadam.
Tanışlığımıza şadam.
Please. 
Zəhmət olmasa.
Mümkünsə
Thank you. 
Təşəkkür edirəm.
You're welcome. 
Buyurun
Dəyməz
You're welcome. (informal)
Buyur
Yes. (formal) 
Bəli
No. (formal) 
Yox
Yes. (informal)
No. 
Xeyr
Excuse me. (getting attention or begging pardon) 
Üzr istəyirəm
Bağışlayın
I'm sorry. 
Məni bağışlayın
Goodbye 
Sağolun
Görüşëdëk
I can't speak Azerbaijani [well]. 
Mən Azərbaycanca [yaxşı] danışa bilmirəm.
I do not understand. 
Başa düşmədim
Do you speak [English/French/Russian]? 
Siz [İngiliscə/ fransızca/rusca] danışırsınız?
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
Burada İngiliscə danışan var?
Help! 
Kömək edin!
Look out! 
Ehtiyyatlı olun\ol!
Good morning. 
Sabahın xeyir.
Good afternoon. 
Gün aydın.
Good evening. 
Axşamın xeyir.
Good night. 
Gecən xeyrə.
Congratulations 
Təbriklər.

Problems

Can you help me? 
Mənə kömək edə bilərsiniz?
I feel bad. 
Mən özümü pis hiss edirəm.
I am lost. 
Mən azmışam.
Where is _____? 
______ haradadır?
How can I find hotel _____? 
Mən _____ otelinin mehmanxanasını tapa bilərəm?
Are there any vacancies tonight? 
Bu gün üçün boş, otaq varmı?
Where is the toilet (bathroom)? 
Tualet (ayaq yolu) haradadır?
Male 
kişi
Female 
qadın

Numbers

one 
bir
two 
iki
three 
üç
four 
dörd
five 
beş
six 
altı
seven 
yeddi
eight 
səkkiz
nine 
doqquz
ten 
on
eleven 
on bir
twelve 
on iki
thirteen 
on üç
fourteen 
on dörd
fifteen 
on beş
sixteen 
on altı
seventeen 
on yeddi
eighteen 
on səkkiz
nineteen 
on doqquz
twenty 
iyirmi
thirty 
otuz
fourty 
qırx
fifty 
əlli
sixty 
altmiş
seventy 
yetmiş
eighty 
səksən
ninety 
doxsan
hundred 
yüz
thousand 
min

Time

What time is it? 
(Saat neçədir?)
It's two o'clock 
(Saat ikidir?)

Clock time

It is 2:30. 
Saat üçün yarısıdır.
It is 2:00. 
Saat ikidir.
It is 2:50. 
Saat üçə on dəqiqə qalır.

Duration

Days

Monday 
bazar ertəsi
Tuesday 
çərşəmbə axşamı
Wednesday 
çərşəmbə
Thursday 
cümə axşamı
Friday 
cümə
Saturday 
şənbə
Sunday 
bazar

Months

January 
yanvar
February 
fevral
March 
mart
April 
aprel
May 
may
June 
iyun
July 
iyul
August 
avqust
September 
sentyabr
October 
oktyabr
November 
noyabr
December 
dekabr

Writing time and date

Colors

white 
ağ/bəyaz
black 
qara
red 
qırmızı
green 
yaşıl
blue 
göy/mavi
orange 
narıncı
grey 
boz
brown 
şabalıdı/qəhvəyi
yellow 
sarı
rose 
çəhrayı

Transportation

Nəqliyyat

Bus and train

Avtobus və qatar

Direction

İstiqamət

Taxi

Taksi

Lodging

Rent - İcarə haqqı

Lease - Kirayə

Money

Eating

Bring us a menu. 
(Bizə menu gətir'.')
What's our bill? 
(Bizim hesabimiz nədir?)

Bars

Shopping

Driving

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