English translation: Guide to Grammatical Terms in the Turkic World
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Turkish to English translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Linguistics / Linguistics
Turkish term or phrase:"Türk Dünyası Gramer Terimleri Kılavuzu"
I met this phrase in a list containing various dictionaries.
As for the first part of the phrase (Türk Dünyası - Turkish World's) , I do understand it. However, I would need the complete translation of the phrase into English with some you comments about its origin.
Thank you very much in advance!
Explanation: The literal translation of this phrase is "Guide to Grammar Terms in the Turkish World".
As for the origin of this phrase, this is a book on the mentioned subject. I don't possess this book but when I did a search on the web, I found it mentioned as a book written by Prof. Dr. Emine Gürsoy-NASKALİ, published in 1997. The below page which mentions this book, among others, is hosted the publisher itself: http://www.tdk.org.tr/tdk1.html
The English name of this publisher (Türk Dil Kurumu) is the "Turkish Language Council". In fact, this publisher is a body founded in the first years of the Turkish Republic and which is focused on preserving and research on Turkish language, among other things.