The Kazakh language will be added to Google Translate by the end of 2013. Google Translate is a popular translation program that can be found online. It is used by thousands of people all over the world. For the project to be successful, Kazakh speakers have to supply Google with Kazakh words and texts, which have to be uploaded into Google’s system. These have to be high quality texts which have exact translations from either English or Russian into Kazakh.
Kazakh or Qazaq is a Turkic language. It is spoken in Kazakhstan, Russia and China. There are 8 million people who speak Kazakh. Kazakhstan is a bilingual country. While 64.4 percent of the population speak Kazakh, Russian is recognized as the state language and is the main language used in formal set ups. Kazakh is closely related to the Nogai and Karakalpak languages. Other communities that are prevalent in Kazakhstan include the Tartars, Germans and Uzbeks, who can be found in the northern parts of the country. Most Kazakh native speakers tend to live in the southern part of the country. However, the government intends to spread and increase the population of Kazakhs all over the country and has taken various steps to ensure that this happens. This includes encouraging expatriated Kazakhs to return home and encouraging families to have more children. It is essential to note that all the people who live in Kazakhstan are generally referred to as Kazakhstanis. It is the people who belong to the ethnic group Kazakh that are referred to as Kazakhs.
There are interesting facts about Kazakhstan. This includes the fact that it is the largest landlocked country in the whole world and it is the 9th largest country worldwide. The currency used in Kazakhstan is known as Tenge. The majority of the populations are Muslims, followed by Orthodox Christians. Kazakhstan was the first country to repay all money it owed to the International Monetary Fund, 7 years before it was due. The first man believed to have ever climbed on a horse came from Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan has 3 timezones.