member of the Turkic language family (a subfamily of the
Altaic languages), belonging to the northwestern, or Kipchak, branch. The
Kazak language is spoken primarily in Kazakstan and in the Uighur Autonomous
Region of Sinkiang in China but is also found in Uzbekistan, Mongolia, and
Afghanistan. (Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.)
The source: Учебное пособие для самостоятельно изучающих
КАЗАХСКИЙ ЯЗЫК. С.Жиенбаев, Г.Бегалиев, И.Уюкбаев. 'МЕКТЕП' 1988, с.142-188
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