About the Kazakh Language
Kazakh is a Turkic language that is spoken across several countries in Asia and the Middle East, including Kazakhstan, China, Russia and Iran. It is written in three different scripts in different regions of Asia: Cyrillic, Latin and Arabic. The Kazakh language belongs to the Kipchak branch of Turkic languages and is a relative of Karakalpak and Nogai.
Kazakh is divided into three dialect groups based on region: Northeastern, Southern, and Western. These dialects are all mutually intelligible, but the most widely used is Northeastern Kazakh. A similar divide occurs in written Kazakh, in which various regions use different scripts. Cyrillic is used in Kazakhstan and Mongolia, Arabic is used in China, and Latin is used by small groups of Kazakh speakers around the world. The translators at Multilingual Connections are experienced in all dialects and scripts, allowing them to work efficiently regardless of the source of your document or audio.