Azerbaijani Turkish language
Azeri Turkish or Azeri Turkish language (Azəri Türkcəsi or Azeri Turkish language) is a language of the Turkish language family that is spoken with two dialects in the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Azeri regions of Iran. English and slight differences in a few grammatical cases. Azerbaijani Turkish is the official language in the Republic of Azerbaijan and in Dagestan is one of the official languages approved by the Russian Federation. Azerbaijani Turkish is part of the Oghuz branch of Turkish and is very close to Istanbul Turkish and Khorasan Turkish. Azerbaijani Turkish as a spoken language is also common in eastern Turkey, southern Georgia and Dagestan, and parts of northern Khorasan. Azerbaijani Turkish language is influenced by Persian and Arabic languages in vocabulary, phonetic system and grammar. In Iran, the cities of Tabriz, Urmia, Ardabil and Zanjan are the largest cities in which Azerbaijani Turkish is spoken, respectively. Was forgotten.
Azerbaijani is one of the Turkic languages and the language of most of the Azerbaijani regions of Iran, including Azerbaijan. This language, along with Istanbul Turkish and Gagauz, is in the western sub-branch of the Oghuz language group. Khorasanian Turkic and Turkmen form the eastern branch of the Oghuz languages.
The most important dialects of Azerbaijani Turkish in Iran are:
Azerbaijani Turkish dialects
Buik Rasul oglu is the one who published an article in 1996 stating that this classification is based on field considerations and is based on 1- phonetic characteristics, 2- geographical features of regions and 3- linguistic rules (general rules and coordination of sounds). Buik Rasuloglu has divided the Azerbaijani Turkish dialects in Iran into 8 groups as follows (in the main article, the ninth dialect is called Khalaj dialect while Khalaji is an independent language): Azerbaijani Turkish in northwestern Iran has 8 dialects. The main is divided into:
Tabrizi dialect: This dialect is close to the doubtful dialect in the Republic of Azerbaijan and is common in Tabriz and in small towns and surrounding villages. Esco, Khosroshahr, Azarshahr and their subordinate villages, the villages of the northern slopes of Sahand and Bassminj, Herabi, Bar, Liqvan, Separakhan, Khaltdukan are among the areas whose dialect