About Turkish Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Turkish which is also referred to Istanbul Turkish is the official language of Turkey. It is one of the most popular Turkic languages and has around 70 to 80 million speakers. Turkish is the official language of the national language of Turkey. Turkish is also spoken by many speakers in Iraq, Syria, Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Northern Cyprus, Greece, the Caucasus, and many other parts of Europe and Central Asia. Cyprus has requested to add Turkish as an official language. The Turkish language has many distinctive features. Turkish has vowel harmony and extensive agglutination and can be easily adapted by people who don’t know Turkish. The basic word order of Turkish has no noun classes or grammatical gender. Turkish has a T–V distinction and becomes easily distinguishable with varying levels of politeness, social distance, age, and other factors.
About Icelandic Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Icelandic is the official North Germanic language. It is spoken by over 314,000 people in the world. Most of the native speakers are living in Iceland where it is considered the national language. However, this language is a little more conservative as compared to other German languages. This language features western Norwegian dialects. Even the four cases synthetic grammar is also unique. Surprisingly, the written form of this language is not changed much since the 13 century. Icelandic is also quite similar to Faroese especially the written form. It remains distinctive when compared with English and German. Apart from the native speakers in Iceland, this language is also popular in Denmark. Icelandic is spoken by 8000 people in Denmark and around 1400 in Canada.