You need both sides of your brain to speak whistled Turkish
August 21, 2015 2:46 AM Subscribe
Whistled Turkish is a non-conformist. Most obviously, it bucks the normal language trend of using consonants and vowels, opting instead for a bird-like whistle. But more importantly, it departs from other language forms in a more fundamental respect: it's processed differently by the brain.
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