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"This innovative English-Turkic dictionary includes all eight major Turkic languages in their official alphabets, together with a roman transliteration for those who do not use the roman alphabet...This dictionary will be valuable to students, business people, linguistics, and tourists.."-"Choice, July/August 1997

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Good resource, but wish it were a little bigger 25 Oct. 1999
By Daniel McGlaun - Published on Amazon.com
My first thought on seeing the book was that it wasn't nearly big enough. About an inch thick, and I'd expected a huge volume. Looking into it confirmed this. I was specifically looking for the word "eclipse", and it wasn't there. On the plus side, GREAT comparative study between these languages. Separate sections for each language, then a comparative word list. Overall not bad, but wish it were a little more comprehensive.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Greatly needed; needs larger vocabulary to become landmark 7 Nov. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
My greatest thanks to the authors for compiling an admirable comparative study of modern Turkic languages. However, I would love to see a revision with a larger vocabulary base and guide to inflected forms, conjugation paradigms and suffixes. There is such a tremendous lack of adequate published works regarding the languages of the newly emerging Central Asian republics that I can't help but give this dictionary 4 stars. Expand the size and scope of this work, and I would gladly add the fifth star.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Greatly needed; needs larger vocabulary to become landmark 7 Nov. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
My greatest thanks to the authors for compiling an admirable comparative study of modern Turkic languages. I do recommend it. However, I would love to see a revision with a larger vocabulary base and guide to inflected forms, conjugation paradigms and suffixes. There is such a tremendous lack of adequate published works regarding the languages of the newly emerging Central Asian republics that I can't help but give this dictionary 4 stars. Expand the size and scope of this work, and I would gladly add the fifth star.
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