Turkish language has become the most spoken language in Sweden.
The Times of Ireland spoke to the locals who spoke the language at the end of the day, and they shared their views on the way it’s evolving.
It is not uncommon for Turkish families to speak Turkish at home and to use it in the workplace.
They also speak Turkish on the phone and on social media.
Most of the families speak Turkish in their daily lives, and the language is used to refer to the same things in everyday conversations.
In recent years, it has also been popular among young people.
This is due to the way in which Turkish is spoken in the country.
We have a very strong connection with Turkish and we are very proud of it, said Yalcin, who has three children.
He was born in the same year as a student of the same university.
“I used to go to school in Istanbul with my friends.
It was a very big place in the 1970s.
They would take us to different schools, and we would spend the whole day there.
We used to have to learn the language every day, it was very tough.”