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A Turkish Caucasian language, Azerbaijani (Azerbaijani) is spoken by around 25 million speakers. The language of Azerbaijan is transcribed with the Latin alphabet, including some nuances. As in many Turkish languages, the verb is placed at the end of the sentence.
The Azeri language has a declension including 6 cases: nominative, dative, genitive, ablative, accusative and locative. The standard language is that spoken in Baku, capital of Azerbaijan. The Azeri language is also official language in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia.
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Azerbaijani or Azeri is spoken in Azerbaijan, where it is an official language (10 million speakers) and in northern Iran (10 to 13 million). It belongs to the Turkish language group and the Altaic language family. It is an agglutinating language which frequently resorts to affixes for lexical creation: verbs become nouns or adjectives and vice versa. There are no articles or genres. On the other hand Azeri uses the six cases of Latin except for the vocative, replaced by the locative. The word order is generally: subject-object-verb. This language also borrowed its alphabet from Latin, although it used Cyrillic characters during the Soviet era. In Iran, the Arabic alphabet is used. Its literature began in the 14th century after Jesus Christ.
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