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Azeri alphabet and characters

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Azeri alphabet (lower-case)

Azeri grammar rules

There is no grammatical gender in Azeri. Nouns have singular and plural forms. There are six cases in Azeri: Nominative, Genitive, Dative, Accusative, Locative, and Ablative.

Azeri formatting rules

First day of the weekMonday
Working daysMonday to Friday
Short date formatdd.MM.yyyy
e.g. 23.03.2016
Long date formatdd MMMMyyyy-cü il
e.g. 23 mart 2016-ci il

Azeri capitalisation usage

  • People’s names.
  • Geographical names (of countries, counties/states, cities etc.).
  • Headings/titles: only the first word is capitalised unless a proper noun is featured.
  • Proper names (i.e., names of programs, brands) are capitalised.
  • The first letter of abbreviated names of months, days etc. E.g., Yan, Ġyn, B.e, Tel.

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