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For example, the dark “L”s are the most noticeable thing.
TRANSCRIBED BY: Lynn Baker DATE OF TRANSCRIPTION (DD/MM/YYYY): 11/03/2008 A good deal of her speech has a strong Russian influence.
AGE: 21 DATE OF BIRTH (DD/MM/YYYY): 14/05/1981 PLACE OF BIRTH: Ashgabat, Turkmenistan GENDER: female ETHNICITY: N/A OCCUPATION: student EDUCATION: Subject was studying the piano at university at the time of this interview. She also uses very bright “a” sounds in words such as “Mom.” The ends of words, especially those ending in plosive consonants, are relaxed.
AREA(S) OF RESIDENCE OUTSIDE REPRESENTATIVE REGION FOR LONGER THAN SIX MONTHS: Her family lived in Moscow for a year.
In parallel, however, the government offers a minimum wage and continues to subsidize a wide range of commodities and services, including gas and electricity, water, wastewater disposal, telephone subscriptions, public transportation (bus, rail and local flights) and some building materials (bricks, cement, slate).
Economic liberalization policies are being implemented gradually.
The armies of Alexander, the Roman, Persian and Arab empires and the hordes of Ghengis Khan all vied for control, while the wild nomadic horsemen pursued their tribal way of life.
For centuries unknown and unmapped, Turkmenistan was finally incorporated into the Russian empire.
Türkmen have adapted their lifestyle to the desert environment.The landscape of Turkmenistan unfolds like a fabled Turkmen carpet…the Caspian Sea forms the western edge while mountain ranges fringe the southern borders and parts east.It is surfaced by one of the largest expanses of sand in the world: the Karakum (black sand) desert.The name "Türkmen" eventually replaced "Oguz." The majority of Türkmen live in the country Türkmenistan, formerly the Türkmen Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR) of the Soviet Union.Significant Türkmen communities live in Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq and Turkey.
Traditionally a nomadic people, Turkmen are descended from several separate tribes or clans, each speaking a different dialect and with its own style of dress.