Kazakh is a member of the Central Turkic (or Aralo Caspian) group of languages, which also includes Kyrgyz and other less well known languages, such as Karakalpak. Central Turkic is a sub-group of Common Turkic which also includes Turkish, Azerbaijani, Uighur, and Uzbek.
Kazakh is the official language and principle native language of the Republic of Kazakhstan. It is also spoken in southern Siberia, northwestern China (Xinjiang-Uighur) and northwestern Mongolia. It is one of the most widely spoken Turkic languages in central Asia.
An estimated 10 million people speak Kazakh: 8 million in Kazakhstan (of which 98 percent speak it as a first language); 1.5 million in China; and 100,000 in Mongolia. Smaller groups of speakers can also be found in Iran and Afghanistan, as well as in expatriate communities in Turkey and Germany, and, to a lesser extent, throughout Europe.
The key dialects generally recognized within Kazakh are Northeastern Kazakh, Southern Kazakh, and Western Kazakh.
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