Foreign influences on Turkish?

The Byzantine Emperor’s Viking guard left graffiti on the marble balustrades of the Aya Sofia basilica. The influence of the Yorkshire dialect is less well documented, but quite clear if you know what to look for…

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I am a retired teacher of English as a foreign language who has worked in different parts of Asia - east, west and south.

One response to “Foreign influences on Turkish?”

  1. Mark Reed says :

    That looks like an ebygumlaut!

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