The Turkish language is spoken widely all over the world. There are around fifteen million native speakers in Southeast Europe and sixty million native speakers in Western Asia. Turkish speakers exist in Germany, Belgium, France, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Northern Cyprus, Greece, other parts of Europe and Central Asia.
The grammatical structure of the Turkish language is different than European languages. However, Turkish is a phonetically written language each letter has one sound never changes, easy to read and uses the Latin alphabet. The language borrowed a lot of words from French and English. If you speak one of these, it will be even easier for you. By the help of the Turkish grammar lessons, you can understand easily how the language works.
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The Turkish language tutorial specially designed according to one who has no clue regarding the language. Each lesson is unique, supported with voices and sounds, mix between grammar, Turkish vocabulary and exercises. They are also supported with Turkish word samples, simple examples and interactive exercises such as dialogue and flash cards. You will train your listening skills with audio examples, improve your writing skills with exercises on fill in the gap and notice your failures right away. It is the best online book to learn Turkish. You will improve your language skills quickly with the new approach. Learn how to speak Turkish in a fun way instead of a traditional intensive Turkish language courses.
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|1 Turkish greetings (hello, good morning, thank you,...)|
|2 Introduce yourself in Turkish|
|3 Turkish numbers and counting in Turkish|
|4 Time in Turkish (time, date, days, seasons)|
|5 Colours in Turkish|
|6 Directions, (north - south) in Turkish|
|7 The weather in Turkish|
|8 The countries, languages and nationalities in Turkish|
|9 Parts of the body in Turkish|
|10 The Turkish family|
|11 Turkish food and drinks|
|12 Turkish phrases, expressions and proverbs|
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Hello Turkish Learners! I am a professional Turkish Teacher and a translator with a master degree.I have visited so many countries to research... cultures and Turkish Dialects. Since I was a child, my dream was to travel to Asia and learn all the other Turkish Languages such as Kyrgyz Turkish, Kazak Turkish, Tatar Turkish, Tuva Turkish) as well as to research the similarities and differences between Modern Turkish and other Turkish languages. In the past, I worked as a lecturer in the School of Foreign Languages of Turkish Education at Kyrgyzstan Turkey Manas University for 3 years. During my appointment, I have taught all levels of Modern Turkish to the students who are from different nationalities such as Americans, Russians, English, German, Kazaks, Kyrgyz, Tatars, Mongol, Tuvas, Uighur Turk. I am also very fluent in Kyrgyz Turkish and Kazak Turkish. Currently, I am living in Turkey.I believe that with my experiences and love for languages, I can surely help you to speak up. As a patient and concise teacher, I: - develop and implement individual lesson plans for structured and conversational sessions. - use a variety of written and audio materials, primarily Elementary Turkish in 2 Volumes by Kurtuluş Öztopçu.- assign homework and provide regular feedback to students. - clarify complex grammar questions through examples from everyday conversations-make the language learning process less theoretical and more practical. Let me know your motivations and needs, and I will prepare an individual lesson plan for you.Just dream,you can learn language easily!Aysegul Read more
Hi! My name is Ibrahim and I am here to teach you the essentials of Turkish Language. I got my university degree on law at Ankara... University and subsequently finished my degree on MBA at Loyola University Quinlan school of Business in Chicago, USA. I served in the area of law and accounting during my profession and had been in different countries and international organizations on business purposes. I had been in Luxembourg for 5 months at European Court of Auditors, in Cambridge, UK for 3 months and the US for 2 years as well as some other business trips for shorter terms. I had certificate on Course Design and Instructional Technıques as well. In my opinion, my background both professional and international will facilitate your learning Turkish. You can check my youtube channel on learning Turkish at: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=25wy6GTn93Y I look forward to seeing and hearing from you. Thank you. Ibrahim Read more
Greetings my name is Hubeyb KÖSE. I spent 10 years of my childhood in Russia, I went to primary school in Russian National Education. I studied... high school and university in Turkey. I am a graduate of Bant Abant İzzet Baysal University Turkish Language Teaching (2013). I am 28. I have a certificate for teaching Turkish to foreigners from Marmara University. I speak intermediate Russian, French, and English. I am still teaching Turkish to foreign children and foreign adults at a private Russian school in Istanbul. The levels I teach: A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 I teach the lessons through audio and video sources. My priority in classes is to be able to express themselves in a short time, even if it is wrong. The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (see CEFR), which is now accepted all over the world, says this. Instead of long and boring grammar lessons, I am primarily teaching communicative language acquisition and then teaching grammar. Resources I have used: -Yunus Emre Institute Seven climates (Main Source) -Istanbul book - Yunus Emre Enstitüsü I learn Turkish with pictures. and resources in the learner's language, if necessary. Read more