Introduce yourself in Turkish
Do you want to speak Turkish? Yes? Good – keep reading.
This lesson is for those who truly want to learn the language by common phrases. Here’s how you introduce yourself in Turkish
- 1.How to say hello in Turkish?
- 2.Meeting (Tanışma)
- 2.1.What is your name? in Turkish (informal-formal)
- 2.2.How to introduce yourself in Turkish?
- 2.3.Where are you from?
- 2.4.Where do you live?
- 2.5.I’ve been learning Turkish for _____.
- 2.6.How old are you? in Turkish
- 2.7.What do you do?
How to say hello in Turkish?
In the Turkish language, Hello! and Nice to meet you! are must-know phrases. Any introduction probably will start with these words.
|Hello! (may be formal or informal)||Merhaba!|
What is your name? in Turkish (informal-formal)
|What's your name? (informal)||Adın ne?|
|What's your name? (formal or plural)||Adınız ne?|
|What is your name? (informal)||Adın ne?|
How to introduce yourself in Turkish?
|My name is...||-Adım ...|
|Nice to meet you. (lit. I'm pleased)||-Memnun oldum|
Where are you from?
So, where are you from? America? Europe? Africa? Asia? Just stick the name of your country inside this phrase (-dan geliyorum). We’ll use Turkey as an example. (Check the name of countries in the previous lessons)
I’m from Turkey.
Where do you live?
What about now? – Where do you live? Just fill in the blank with the country or city into this phrase (-de yaşıyorum). I’ll use Ankara as an example.
I live in Ankara.
I’ve been learning Turkish for _____.
How long have you been learning Turkish? For a month? For a year?
I’ve been learning Turkish for a year.
|Ben bir yıldır Türkçe öğreniyorum.|
How old are you? in Turkish
Here’s how to say how old you are in Turkish. Just be sure to stick your age number in place of 24
I’m 24 years old.
Ben 24 yaşındayım.
What do you do?
What about your position? Are you a student? Yoga teacher? Super important question that people like to ask.
I’m a teacher.
|I'm a student.||Öğrenciyim.|
So now you know how to introduce yourself in Turkish. I’m sure there are tons of ways to introduce yourself but this is the easiest and simple start that any beginner can use. It’s all about starting easy.
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