The Turkish language is spoken by 77 million people as a native language. Most speakers of Turkish are located in Turkey and Cyprus, with smaller groups located in parts of the Balkans, Eastern and Western Europe and particularly in Germany.
The roots of the Turkish language can be traced to Central Asia, although the variety of Turkish used in administration and literature within the Ottoman Empire, spread widely as the Empire expanded.
At the beginning of the Republic of Turkey, the Ottoman Script was replaced with a phonetic version of the Latin alphabet and more recently, Persian and Arabic loanwords have been replaced by native equivalents with Turkic roots.
As well as being the official language of Turkey, Turkish is also one of the official languages of Cyprus, together with Greek.
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