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MesajKonu: About Vowels and Consonants   Çarş. 6 Ağus. - 18:43

About Vowels and Consonants

The structure of Turkish words is vowel followed by a consonant by a vowel or vice versa. Let us say a vowel will always follow a consonant and a consonant will always follow a vowel. There are no diphthongs (two vowels occurring together) in Turkish words.(There are some imported foreign exceptions).

In order to preserve this rule certain consonants are inserted as "buffers" between vowels. These buffers are always Y, N or S.. Note that Y is considered as a consonant in Turkish.

The majority of Turkish Vowels are always pronounced quite short, there is no lengthening of vowels - this makes understanding sometimes difficult as perforce there is little and light stress in Turkish pronunciation.

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