When you travel in Kyrgyzstan you will be told a short history of kyrgyz language appearance. In the III century BC Dinlin nomads assimilated with the Turkic tribes living in the upper Yenisei. So the Kyrgyz appeared. The first mention of them is found in Chinese chronicles for 201 BC. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will be informed that the first alphabet was the Orhon-Yenisey script or Turkic Runic script. In communication, the tribe used the ancient or Yenisei-Kyrgyz language. It is one of the dialects of the ancient Turkic, which received independent development. According to the habitat of carriers, it belongs to the Gorno-Altai group. It is important to note that, Kyrgyz decided to adopt Arabic alphabet due to Islamic relation. Over the time, they adopted a common Latin alphabet in 1927. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will find out that, later the alphabet was replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet with few additional sounds non-existing in Russian and still in use up to date. During tours in Kyrgyzstan, you will get acquainted with official language - Kyrgyz. There are also regional dialects as northern-spoken in the Chui, Issyk Kul valleys and Bishkek and southern-spoken by the Kyrgyz in the Ferghana valley. It is important to note that, Russian language is the second official as well. It is the language of business and commerce. We hope you will be interested in learning more about language in tours in Kyrgyzstan. Travel in Kyrgyzstan and see the value of Turkic language.