• Turkish language course for beginners A1
  • 1 Turkish greetings (hello, good morning, thank you,...) [0/2]
  • 2 Introduce yourself in Turkish [0/2]
  • 3 Turkish numbers and counting in Turkish [0/3]
  • 4 Time in Turkish (time, date, days, seasons) [0/2]
  • 5 Colours in Turkish [0/2]
  • 6 Directions, (north - south) in Turkish [0/2]
  • 7 The weather in Turkish [0/1]
  • 8 The countries, languages and nationalities in Turkish [0/4]
  • 9 Parts of the body in Turkish [0/2]
  • 10 The Turkish family [0/2]
  • 11 Turkish food and drinks [0/4]
  • 12 Turkish phrases, expressions and proverbs [0/2]
  • Parts of the body in Turkish


    1. Exercise about the head part in Turkish Score -/-
    2. Exercise about the body parts in Turkish Score -/-

    Same as in English, Turkish language has different names for each part of body too. On this page we will learn about parts of the face and the rest of the body parts in Turkish with images, audio support and pronunciation trainer. Practicing on exercises will help you to understand clearer. 

    Parts of the face in Turkish


    We can see the numbered parts of the face on the table below.

    English Turkish
    1. Eye Göz
    2. Eyebrow Kaş
    3. Forehead Alın
    4. Hair Saç
    5. Ear Kulak
    6. Cheek Yanak
    7. Nose Burun
    8. Lips Dudak
    9. Chin Çene


    The rest of the body parts in Turkish

    On below table and graphic we can see the other parts of the body.


    English Turkish
    1. Head Baş - (Kafa)
    2. Neck Boyun
    3. Shoulder Omuz
    4. Arm Kol
    5. Chest Göğüs
    6. Elbow Dirsek
    7. Stomach Karın
    8. Hand El
    9. Leg Bacak
    10. Knee Diz
    11. Foot Ayak
    12. Heel Topuk
    13. Face Yüz


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    On this page we learned face part and other body parts in Turkish with graphics and the help of playable examples and pronunciation trainer.  Doing exercises will be helpful to understand the topic better.