Colors in the Azerbaijani language

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Name of colors in Azerbaijani language

Name of colors in Azerbaijani language

In this article we will talk about colors in the Azerbaijani language. The study of colors in the Azerbaijani language is not so difficult due to the clarity of the subject. In this lesson we will learn how colors are called, pronounced and written in the Azerbaijani language. At the same time, in addition to the primary colors, we will also learn how to express other shades of the primary colors in Azerbaijani.

Thus, there are many colours and shades in the world. Of course, we cannot express these shades not only in the Azerbaijani language, but also in our native language. First of all, it is not necessary to study all possible colors and their shades in order to avoid a shortage of words on colors in the Azerbaijani language. It is enough to know the most commonly used basic name of colors in Azerbaijani language.

Of course, in addition to colors in the Azerbaijani language, it is an advantage to know their shades. In the Azerbaijani language, we can determine the names of shades of colors by adding special adjectives to the main color. For example: bright, dark, light, etc. Through color shades, we can convey the specific color of any object depicted. Here are some words to help you specify the color you want:

"Açıq" - Light

"Tünd" - Dark

"Parlaq" - Bright

"Sönük" - Dull

"Solğun" - Pale

After learning the names of colors in Azerbaijani, name the objects you know in Azerbaijani and add their color to keep them in your memory. For example, "qəhvəyi qarderob" - a brown wardrobe, "ağ fincan" - a white cup, "tünd yaşıl divarlar" - dark green walls, etc. It's time to start such exercises. You will no longer be able to build small sentences or phrases in the Azerbaijani language.

You also need to know how to correctly ask the color of a certain object in Azerbaijani, for example:

"O hansı rəngdədir?" - What color is it?

Names of the colors in the Azerbaijani language

Colors in Azerbaijani

If you teach your children the names of colors in Azeri, then I will tell you about a very effective game. You will need colored pencils for this. In general, with the help of colored pencils, you can easily teach your child the names of colors in the Azerbaijani language with a number of fun games. Thus, the name of this game in the Azerbaijani language is "Tap". One of the participants hides a pencil behind him, and the other tries to find out what color this pen is. This game is played using the following phrases:
"O (name of color) rəngdədirmi?" - Is it … (name of color) ?
"Hə ( Yox )" - Yes, it is. (No, it isn’t)
For example:
The first player hides a blue pencil "Göy karandaş" behind him and then asks the second player a question:
"Karandaş nə rəngdədir?" - What color is the pencil?
The second player tries to find:
"O, qırmızıdır?" - Is it red?
The first player:
"Yox (deyil)" - No, it isn’t,
And so the game continues until you finally find the color of the pencil.

At the same time, ask your child to say the colors of the objects in Azerbaijani you see on the street while walking with your child, or ask them when collecting toys at home what colors are they in Azeri. Such manipulations have a wonderful effect on children's learning the names of colors in the Azerbaijani language.

At the same time, shades can be created using the color of different objects to the main color, as well as a combination of two different colors:
"Albalı qırmızısı" - Cherry-red
"Sarıya çalan yaşıl" - Yellow-green

If you can't express the shade of any color, then you can use the suffix "-ımtıl" or "-imtil" . This suffix is used to indicate the relatively light tone of the primary color to which it is added. For example:
"Qırmızımtıl" - Reddish

Writing and pronunciation of colors in Azerbaijani


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