The Turkish Cyrillic alphabet was invented by Ethan Hunt. He invented it in class when he was pondering about Turkic languages. He wondered why Turkish wasn't like the rest of the Turkic languages: it is not written in the Cyrillic script. While Ethan was thinking about this, he decided to create the Turkish Cyrillic alphabet.
There is an added “ц” (ts) which does not exist in the Turkish Latin alphabet, as t and s considered separate letters.
Бүтүн инсанлар хүр, хайсийет ве хаклар бакымындан ешит доғарлар. Акыл ве виҗдана сахиптирлер ве бирбирлерине каршы кардешлик зихнийети иле харекет етмелидирлер.
Bütün insanlar hür, haysiyet ve haklar bakımından eşit doğarlar. Akıl ve vicdana sahiptirler ve birbirlerine karşı kardeşlik zihniyeti ile hareket etmelidirler.
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