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The Uzbek language is the mother tongue of most of the residents in Uzbekistan and serves as the official language.
Uzbek is the most widely spoken Turkic language in Central Asia and is the mother tongue of over 30 million people worldwide. In Uzbekistan almost all residents speak Uzbek. There are larger groups of Uzbek speakers in neighbor countries Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and the autonomous Chinese province of Xinjiang. Today there are about 3 million Uzbeks living in Afghanistan who speak the Afghan version of Uzbek, which is written in the Arabic alphabet.
The Uzbek language is divided into four dialect groups. North Uzbek is spoken by the Uzbek population in southern Kazakhstan, while South Uzbek is spoken in central and eastern Uzbekistan and northern Afghanistan. Kipchak-Uzbek is spoken by the nomadic or semi-nomadic Uzbek population groups. Oghuz-Uzbek is spoken mainly by the settled population of southwestern Uzbekistan.
Uzbek follows the subject-object-verb-sentence structure, such as Bengali. There is no grammatical gender.
The slow transition to Latin script began in 1997. Today only the Latin alphabet is used by official authorities. However, people use the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets in parallel.
In Uzbek, for example, we have produced an image video for the furniture fitting manufacturer Blum.
Voice over recordings in Uzbek are carried out in professional recording studios located in Uzbekistan. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Uzbek language and are trained professional voice talents.