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Kazakh Grammar and Pronunciation
University of Arizona
University of Wisconsin
The lessons are designed around excerpts from videotaped interviews conducted by CAILS Associate Director Talant Mawkanuli in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and the U.S. with prominent scholars, government officials, politicians, students, and leaders in business.
Digitized Grammar Books
The introduction contains background information on the language, its alphabet, the Kazakh people, Kazakh phonology and morphology, some basic differences between Kazakh and English, and notes on terms of address.
Each lesson lists the targeted language competencies, targeted grammatical structures, brief dialogues, vocabulary list, cultural notes, and a number of exercises in sentence completion, pattern drill, and translation.
Vocabulary-related (and digitized) E-books
Kazakh Reading Materials
Kazakh Listening and Video Resources
PODCASTS / AUDIOBOOKS
TV / VIDEO / MOVIES
Kazakh In Other Languages