alas,i don't know.but it sound very familiar,phonetically...I could only understand few verbs and numbers
...The Tuvan language is Turkic, although with many loan-words from Mongolian. It is currently written with a modified cyrillic alphabet, previously used turkic runes, later mongolian, then latin alphabets. When part of China, Tuva was administered as part of Outer Mongolia, and the language difference was a determining factor in Tuva seeking full independence following the collapse of the Chinese Empire....
edit comes after a few mins:Tommy,my bad."Ah shu dekio" means that "oh,what i see"...we say "ah şu gördüğüm" in Turkey Turkish.dek(mek) is the ancient form of the gör(mek)(see),which is still used among tribes those who are more traditional.my grandparents use the verb of dekne(mek) instead of bak(mak)(look).After all,we're brothers with Tuvans,but we can not perfectly understand each other