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1.       erdinc
2151 posts
 25 Sep 2007 Tue 12:55 am

Last updated on 07 Aug 2008. Hello, Here is a list of online sources on Turkish language. If you feel like contributing to the list please post your links in this topic and they might be added if the website is not too commercial. Regards Erdinç

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Online Turkish Language Sources:

1. TurkishClass Grammar Pages

2. verbix.com A Turkish Verb Conjugation Tool.

3. Some Online Lessons. http://users.pandora.be/orientaal/classroom.html

4. All you need to learn about Turkish Grammar. Navigate through the menu the left. http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/

5. A List Of Most Popular Websites on Turkish Language On the Internet http://www.alexa.com/browse/general/?&CategoryID=559196&mode=general&Start=1&SortBy=Popularity

6. Explains grammar, gives examples and then tests you. http://www.cs.bilkent.edu.tr/~guvenir/CATT/GrammarTutor/

7. Scroll down to see the contents. This website is unfortunately not very well organized. http://www.practicalturkish.com/learning-practical-turkish--table-of-contents.html

8. Some Language Related Games http://www.ic.arizona.edu/ic/babur/home201_2002.htm

9. Turkish lessons at the University of Arizona. You can listen to some simple conversations. http://cali.arizona.edu/maxnet/tur/

10. The website explains some basic topics with many examples. The navigation isn´t the best but you can listen to the sentences and see the translations underneath. http://www.princeton.edu/~turkish/practice/tlepss.html

11. These are fragments of some Turkish films. Click on lessons on top and choose first lesson. Very useful listening material. http://www.international.ucla.edu/turkishtutor/pages/home/blackborder-fs.html

12. Basics of Turkish grammar, explained clearly. Look for the list of all suffixes. http://www.cromwell-intl.com/turkish/Index.html

13. List of Suffixes, formulas and functions with examples. You can click on a a suffix on the alphabetic list on the left and it will explain what it is and will also show some examples. http://www.dnathan.com/language/turkish/tsd/

14. This is a small, nice and clean website that offers lessons for intermediate and advanced learners. You need to navigate from the menu on the right panel. You listen to a text and than answer a few questions about what you have listened. http://babel.uoregon.edu/ylc/selfstudy/turkish/lessons/

15. This website has some puzzle games with audio. http://cassandra.sprex.com/teachionary/Turkish.html

16. English-Turkish Vocabulary Quizzes http://iteslj.org/v/tr/

17. WinMekMak: The Magic of Conjugating Turkish Verbs http://www.ipb.nu/winmekmak/

Scroll down and click on the link for the latest version. There is no installation. Simply put the exe file somewhere on your computer and double click to run it. For instance, save the program on your desktop and leave it there. This program is for free. I strongly recommend it. I have contributed to the last version myself. I think it works great. It recognises the verb while you type. Type an infinitive and it will give you full conjugations. You can also type a conjugation and it will tell you the infinitive. To do this, run the program and press F3 on your keyboard. A new window will appear where you can type the conjugation. Here is a screenshot: Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us

18. There are many test on this website to test your Turkish level. The interface is not the best. http://www.dilmer.com/practice/

19. This online tool replaces Turkish characters with with English letters. For instance, it will replace ç with c, ş with s and so on. It works perfectly. Simply paste your text and press ´submit text´ button. http://www.hlst.sabanciuniv.edu/TL/ascii.html

20. This is the opposite of the previous tool. This will recover Turkish characters where they are missing. It works with average precision. http://www.hlst.sabanciuniv.edu/TL/deascii.html

21. "Sevgili Murat" is an instructional film for Turkish learners. There is a sample movie on this page. You´ll need to order the DVD to watch it. This is movie is for advanced learners only. http://www.nmelrc.org/index.php?module=pagemaster&PAGE_user_op=view_page&PAGE_id=16&MMN_position=38:34

22. Here are audio recordings of some stories. http://korler.bilkent.edu.tr/archive/SesliKitap/ The stories were selected from the book, ´99 stories from 99 authors. Selim İleri, a Turkish novelist pick famous stories from our literature. These are defianetly for advanced learners. This is the book: http://www.tulumba.com/storeItem.asp?ic=zBK982739QA392 http://www.ideefixe.com/kitap/tanim.asp?sid=KC50FQ0P4M5RNE6LF4BQ

23. List of Turkish words that English speakers are able to understand. Thanks to our members who helped me on this mission: http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_6_1710

24. A new, small website. http://www.learnturkish.bravehost.com/

25. Tenses in Turkish:

http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_2565

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Dictionaries

1. Our dictionary. You can also access to this dictionary by double clicking on words in this website. Try double clicking on any word you see, right here in this topic. http://www.turkishdictionary.net/

2. A Turkish dictionary with sound. You need to click "dinle" (listen) to listen the sounds.

http://www.seslisozluk.com/ The sounds are very correspondant to the actual sounds.

3. An interesting multifunctional dictionary by Sabanci Üniversity

http://www.hlst.sabanciuniv.edu/TL/ It has an Morphological Analyzer of words.

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About Turkia:

1. Many articles and news about Turkia http://www.mymerhaba.com/en/main/index.asp

2. http://www.turkeytravelplanner.com/

3. e-book about Turkia in English. I have downloaded this e-book myself. It has lots of good articles accompanied with pictures. I think it gives a good picture about the country. http://www.globaled.org/announcement050227.php

4. There are many articles in English on this page from an official website. http://www.byegm.gov.tr/YAYINLARIMIZ/kitaplar/turkiye2003/content/english/index.htm -----------------------------------------------------------

In French

1. http://malenki.mon-asso.org/turk/

2. http://coursdeturc.free.fr/index.php

3. http://pagesperso.laposte.net/hbayard/apprentissage/cartes/fabric/liens.php -----------------------------------------------------------

In Russian

1. http://www.franklang.ru/tr.html On this wensite you can find books in Turkish, links to online libraries, Turkish dictionaries, Turkish grammar, pronounciation, Turkish short stories, Turkish poetry (translated to Russian and English), Turkish songs translated to Russian. This link was mentioned by Slavica.

2. http://www.turkce.ru/ This link was mentioned by renatka.

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In German

1. http://www.berin.de/turk.htm

2. http://www.tuerkisch-lernen-online.de/

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2.       Melek74
1506 posts
 17 Nov 2008 Mon 03:48 am

Here´s a couple links that I haven´t noticed on the list. The first one is a favorite of mine, it has many links to videos with transcripts, exercises, etc. The second one is for those who know Polish.

 

http://langmedia.fivecolleges.edu/turkish/index.html

 

http://jezykturecki.bloog.pl/.?ticaid=66fab

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3.       pg7691
8 posts
 01 Dec 2008 Mon 09:46 pm

The link I use for turkish grammar practice and found very useful:

 

http://turkish.pgeorgalas.gr/indexEn.htm

 

Have a look

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4.       lady in red
6947 posts
 01 Dec 2008 Mon 09:54 pm

 

Quoting pg7691

The link I use for turkish grammar practice and found very useful:

 

http://turkish.pgeorgalas.gr/indexEn.htm

 

Have a look

 

 That looks nice - thanks.  Set out a bit like Manisa from what I could see at first glance.

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5.       makowiec
5 posts
 01 Dec 2008 Mon 09:59 pm

http://www.internetpolyglot.com/polish/lessons-en-tr

 

www.internetpolyglot.com  is the site where u can learn all languages=)  there are so games for learning words, not grammar. but its useful too. and it lets to have fun in learning=)

some parts of site are in polish but it doesnt matter=) u have to choose the language ur interested in and.... have fun!

=)

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6.       nonameguy
1 posts
 09 Aug 2009 Sun 09:24 pm

www.turkishonline.ru Very nice turkish lessons for those who knows or wants to learn Russian also. I got much there.

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7.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 10 Aug 2009 Mon 11:41 pm

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8.       Adam25
369 posts
 11 Aug 2009 Tue 02:47 pm

 

Quoting ReyhanL

http://www.4shared.com/file/24998546/83ff1897/Teach_Yourself_Turkish.html?cau2=403tNull

 

for download Teach Yourself Turkish

 

is this same as the link you gave a while ago here? - http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_41388

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9.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 11 Aug 2009 Tue 02:52 pm

 

Quoting Adam25

 

 

is this same as the link you gave a while ago here? - http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_41388

 

 Ãt is not the same link...the first is not working anymore thats why i post this new one. And if you give me a gmail adress i can send you also the audio files that are together with this book. You or those who wants them...



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10.       Adam25
369 posts
 11 Aug 2009 Tue 03:37 pm

 

Quoting ReyhanL

 

 

 Ãt is not the same link...the first is not working anymore thats why i post this new one. And if you give me a gmail adress i can send you also the audio files that are together with this book. You or those who wants them...

 

Flowersv.kind, thanks but I downloaded from your original link and still have cd that came originally with the book and i can use that

11.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 11 Aug 2009 Tue 03:40 pm

Ý bought the pocket ( book+cd ) 3 years ago but cost me a fortune...but now i see that can be downloaded from internet

12.       Vincent Valenti
1 posts
 13 Aug 2009 Thu 10:35 am

I always use this site

http://learnturkce.blogspot.com/

it has an audio with the online lesson

13.       Meera
4 posts
 07 Sep 2009 Mon 05:01 am

Wow everyone great sites thanks

14.       Henry
2603 posts
 07 Sep 2009 Mon 06:01 am

I didn´t see the following site mentioned, but it is also a very good site for learning and interaction with other learners. (It is not that good for explanations, unless you get a good Turkish native speaker who can spend time explaining things.)

Live Mocha

15.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 07 Sep 2009 Mon 07:20 am

Merhaba

thank you for this sites and links and i know very useful site

www.livemoche.com

we can study turkish and many other languages

16.       Jot
1 posts
 14 Oct 2009 Wed 11:02 am

does anyone have a link for a turkish news/talk radio station (in turkish) that i can stream through iTunes to listen to?

 

thanks, justin

17.       Uzun_Hava
449 posts
 14 Oct 2009 Wed 11:27 am

 

Quoting Jot

does anyone have a link for a turkish news/talk radio station (in turkish) that i can stream through iTunes to listen to?

 

thanks, justin

 

 http://www.diziizle.net/ 

 

I don´t know if it works through itunes.  Open the main page and look for "canlýTV" in the rectangle near the top.  It opens a list of News, Sports etc stations in Turkey.  If youhave the right plug in, you watch Live TV.  Also down lower, there are a lot of movies of all kinds.   Even English language movies with Turkish dub overs.  For example, they have "Men in Black" and "300".

18.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 12 Jan 2010 Tue 06:24 pm

 

Quoting Uzun_Hava

 

 

 http://www.diziizle.net/

 

I don´t know if it works through itunes.  Open the main page and look for "canlıTV" in the rectangle near the top.  It opens a list of News, Sports etc stations in Turkey.  If youhave the right plug in, you watch Live TV.  Also down lower, there are a lot of movies of all kinds.   Even English language movies with Turkish dub overs.  For example, they have "Men in Black" and "300".

 

 Very good link..i can watch movies doubled in Turkish.

19.       GulBahar
224 posts
 19 Jan 2010 Tue 08:21 pm

 

Quoting ReyhanL

 

 

 İt is not the same link...the first is not working anymore thats why i post this new one. And if you give me a gmail adress i can send you also the audio files that are together with this book. You or those who wants them...

 

 I was wondering if you can send mem the audio files...

I have a yahoo and hotmail not gmail {#emotions_dlg.shy}

Thanks in advance

20.       dilsever
12 posts
 23 Feb 2010 Tue 12:15 am

For those who are not familiar with the site yet: www.turkishturkish.net 

21.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 22 Mar 2010 Mon 03:17 pm

Some usefull links to download Teach Yourself Turkish:

 

http://www.4shared.com/file/119331330/ca4f739f/Turkish.html

 1. http://www.4shared.com/file/119282070/25c4598/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_01_-_Pr.html

 2. http://www.4shared.com/file/119282147/b6d7e9cf/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_02_-_Un.html

 3. http://www.4shared.com/file/119282807/dd6a1744/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_03_-_Te.html

 4. http://www.4shared.com/file/119282899/eb10810a/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_04_-_Un.html

 5. http://www.4shared.com/file/119282955/4fd1e81a/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_05_-_Te.html

 6. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283026/2ef4738d/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_06_-_Un.html

 7. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283125/b63f4800/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_07_-_Un.html

 8. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283214/e853950c/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_08_-_Un.html

 9. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283265/d015335d/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_09_-_Ne.html

 10. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283317/7098ae81/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_10_-_Un.html

 11. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283382/d130e147/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_11_-_Un.html

 12. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283427/5efaebc7/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_12_-_Un.html

 13. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283482/d47ff7c2/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_13_-_Un.html

 14. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283567/3b5444f4/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_14_-_Un.html

 15. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283625/b3705e85/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_15_-_Un.html

 16. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283702/1ee0c393/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_16_-_Un.html

 17. http://www.4shared.com/file/119283767/38d0909a/Teach_Yourself_Turkish_17_-_Un.html



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22.       ahmedy333
2 posts
 10 Apr 2010 Sat 11:01 pm

 

Quoting Melek74

Here´s a couple links that I haven´t noticed on the list. The first one is a favorite of mine, it has many links to videos with transcripts, exercises, etc. The second one is for those who know Polish.

 

http://langmedia.fivecolleges.edu/turkish/index.html

 

http://jezykturecki.bloog.pl/.?ticaid=66fab

 

Thanks so much .. Videos are better tools to learn .. I hope I can find the DVDs that accompany the well-known book "Let´s Learn Turkish" ...

23.       Melek74
1506 posts
 11 Apr 2010 Sun 09:25 am

 

Quoting ahmedy333

 

 

Thanks so much .. Videos are better tools to learn .. I hope I can find the DVDs that accompany the well-known book "Let´s Learn Turkish" ...

 

You can purchase them here: http://www.tulumba.com/storeitem.asp?ic=zBK285499IN748

 

I don´t know if you would be able to find them anywhere for free.

 

Good luck.

24.       chulhee
5 posts
 07 Jun 2010 Mon 10:27 am

thanks for those helpful link

Hopefully, I can visit Hagia Sophia and speak Turkish fluently

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software outsourcing

 



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25.       chulhee
5 posts
 07 Jun 2010 Mon 10:29 am

thanks for those helpful link

Hopefully, I can visit Hagia Sophia and speak Turkish fluently

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http://www.softwareoutsourcing.biz

26.       chulhee
5 posts
 07 Jun 2010 Mon 10:30 am

thanks for those helpful link

Hopefully, I can visit Hagia Sophia and speak Turkish fluently

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software outsourcing

 

 

 

 



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27.       chulhee
5 posts
 07 Jun 2010 Mon 10:32 am

thanks for those helpful link

Hopefully, I can visit Hagia Sophia and speak Turkish fluently

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<a href="http://www.softwareoutsourcing.biz ">software development company</a>

 

28.       Doriss
16 posts
 10 Aug 2010 Tue 10:08 pm

Found a great Turkish learning game...

http://www.digitaldialects.com/Turkish.htm

 

Lots of other languages too...just thought I´d share.

 

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29.       english4turkey
7 posts
 02 Nov 2010 Tue 12:16 pm

I would also suggest The Turkish Listening Library.  It is a web based library of  Turkish audio for Turkish language learners.  The Handcrafted Audio Podcast is great for beginners.  There are lots of listening links at the website.  But you can check it out for yourself.

www.turkishlisteninglibrary.com

30.       Crazy_lover
9 posts
 01 Feb 2011 Tue 06:46 pm

sesli chat

31.       Taffy
10 posts
 14 Feb 2011 Mon 12:28 am

This site is helpful too.

Gives you  vocbuary and most sounds of words and sentances.

 andhttp://www.masteranylanguage.com/cgi/f/pCat.pl?tc=MALTurkish&la=

Plus the fun games like style makes it fun to learn.

It helps to know what the word sounds like.

I can´t be the only one that can´t understand what there speaking about, but if they write it, you attemt to know what there saying. 

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32.       barefoot
8 posts
 18 Feb 2011 Fri 12:01 pm

This is just a grammar overview, but someone might find it useful

 

http://www.filesonic.com/file/91379272/David.Pierce-Turkish.Grammar.pdf

33.       tutorselin
1 posts
 26 Apr 2011 Tue 11:21 pm

I didn´t know there was that many sites, here are my additions;

Below is my blog to practise Turkish with Turkish songs and series plus some learning material

http://www.practiseturkish.blogspot.com/

The other is comprehensive Turkish learning site where you can also order Turkish course books

http://www.study-turkce.com/

34.       viko-eas
1 posts
 05 Aug 2011 Fri 04:40 pm

ohh, very nice tips 

 

tks

35.       lil-elf
1 posts
 29 Aug 2011 Mon 07:48 pm

http://wikitravel.org/en/Turkish_phrasebook

 

This is a great link. Check it out, I had to tell someone about it.

36.       kapachristy
3 posts
 01 Nov 2011 Tue 08:50 pm

My name is Christina and i´m from Greece. My blog is dedicated to the Turkish language lessons. http://turkish2learn.blogspot.com/

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37.       Sampanya
48 posts
 15 Jan 2012 Sun 09:12 am

MORE TURKISH LINKS 

http://how-to-learn-any-language.com/e/index.html
http://www.word2word.com/coursead.html free online courses
http://www.freelanguagecourses.com/category/language/turkish/ kitap
http://www.internetpolyglot.com/lessons-tr-de
http://www.polyglot-learn-language.com

http://cali.arizona.edu/maxnet
http://www.onlineturkish.com/trial.asp
http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/
http://www.turkishclass.com/tl_lesson.php?lesson_id=15

http://www.ats-group.net/languages/language-learn-turkish.html
http://www.turkishclass.com/lessons.php
http://www.teachyourselfturkish.com/
http://www.turkce.eu.tc/
http://www.seslisozluk.com/
http://www.learningturkish.org/


http://www.onlineturkish.com/
http://www.princeton.edu/~turkish/reading1.html
http://www.princeton.edu/~ehgilson/101links.html
http://users.pandora.be/orientaal/classroom.html
http://www.learnturkish.org/

http://www.online-turkish-tutor.com/res.htm
http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTopics.php
http://www.turkce.ru/
http://www.byki.com/fls/FLS.html
http://www.languageguide.org/

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38.       Haydi
36 posts
 09 Apr 2012 Mon 11:39 pm

for Turkish vocabulary, this site is also useful.

 

          www.merhabaturkish.com

39.       aa_TheTeacher
1 posts
 06 Jun 2012 Wed 05:39 pm

Here is a link to a Turkish Language Center in sunny Fethiye, Turkey.

 

Turkish in Turkey

 

It is a very small specialized center where the focus is on helping couples or

small groups of up to six people at a time.

There is a delightful high quality guest house to stay.

 

I hope this is useful to some students.

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40.       Orhan HOCA
10 posts
 08 Dec 2012 Sat 12:09 pm

 

Merhaba,

I want to inform all about some more links that I believe Turkish Language Learners will make use of.

http://www.demturkishcenter.com

http://www.istanbul-pedia.com

http://www.study-turkish.com 

 

Regards

 



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41.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 16 Dec 2012 Sun 02:03 pm

Here,I find so much examples.. I hope that it will be helpful for someone:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/81985999/Turkish-3-Months
 



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42.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 16 Dec 2012 Sun 02:52 pm

For everybody who knows Serbian:
 https://sites.google.com/site/turskipredavanja/prvagodina
Here,you have lesson from faculty,FIRST YEAR.
They said that soon will be lessons for SECOND YEAR..  



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43.       Blogger
12 posts
 16 Dec 2012 Sun 04:04 pm

I love to help people withTurkish and I want to share my pages with you;

 

http://www.learnturkisheasy.com

Everything is free and we are translating sentences everyday and I publish all new lessons on blog.learnturkisheasy.com

 

http://turkishnews.learnturkisheasy.com

You can read the news in simple Turkish and listen to them

 

https://plus.google.com/communities/110812863755267743355

if you have a google plus account, you can join this community and we can arrange meet ups. 

We are also on Facebook (facebook.com/learnturkisheasy) and Twitter (learnturkish9). Hope to see you there! 

44.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 16 Dec 2012 Sun 04:51 pm

 

Quoting Blogger

I love to help people withTurkish and I want to share my pages with you;

 

http://www.learnturkisheasy.com

Everything is free and we are translating sentences everyday and I publish all new lessons on blog.learnturkisheasy.com

 

http://turkishnews.learnturkisheasy.com

You can read the news in simple Turkish and listen to them

 

https://plus.google.com/communities/110812863755267743355

if you have a google plus account, you can join this community and we can arrange meet ups. 

We are also on Facebook (facebook.com/learnturkisheasy) and Twitter (learnturkish9). Hope to see you there! 


Wow,your page is excellent... Thank´s a lot sharing that here..

 

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45.       Orhan HOCA
10 posts
 19 Feb 2013 Tue 11:15 am

Our website is being updated day by day and presenting great variety of online Turkish Language learning materials. I hope and believe Turkish Language learners will make use of.

Pls contact Orhan Hoca if you have further assistance or questions about Turkish Language Learning or our services and products.

 

Turkish Language Home : http://www.study-turkish.com

 

 

 

46.       gokuyum
5046 posts
 19 Feb 2013 Tue 10:30 pm

 

Quoting Orhan HOCA

Our website is being updated day by day and presenting great variety of online Turkish Language learning materials. I hope and believe Turkish Language learners will make use of.

Pls contact Orhan Hoca if you have further assistance or questions about Turkish Language Learning or our services and products.

 

Turkish Language Home : http://www.study-turkish.com

 

 

 

Good for you. We are still dealing with 2 years old problems here

 



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Edited (2/19/2013) by gokuyum

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47.       stumpy
638 posts
 20 Feb 2013 Wed 12:47 am

but compared to TC which is free and starting price at http://www.study-turkish.com/ is 350$



Edited (2/20/2013) by stumpy

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48.       gokuyum
5046 posts
 20 Feb 2013 Wed 04:01 am

 

Quoting stumpy

but compared to TC which is free and starting price at http://www.study-turkish.com/ is 350$

 

I could buy 75 books with that money

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49.       Albert Croix
2 posts
 23 Mar 2013 Sat 08:49 pm

Hi I recently completed intensive 90 hour one to one Turkish lessons in  london. For those who want to learn Turkish in London can be useful. they have great native turkish teachers. Also you can check their links to practice your turkish.  Their web site: 

http://turkishlessons.co.uk/

Regards Albert Croix 

50.       TurkishSoapFan
23 posts
 03 Dec 2013 Tue 04:52 am

I am not sure if this has been mentioned before, but Byki is a very helpful program for beginners and the best thing is that it´s free. 

After you download it, you can add more lists to learn -->http://www.byki.com/listcentral.html and import them to Byki

 

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51.       birisi
4 posts
 24 Dec 2013 Tue 11:39 am

thanks alot dear !!!!!!!!!!!

52.       AmiraD
2 posts
 29 Dec 2013 Sun 03:12 am

 

Quoting ReyhanL

 

 

 İt is not the same link...the first is not working anymore thats why i post this new one. And if you give me a gmail adress i can send you also the audio files that are together with this book. You or those who wants them...

 

Merhaba! Can you please send me the audio files to my email: ebrubulutseviyor_AD@yahoo.com 

Thanks a lot!

53.       AmiraD
2 posts
 29 Dec 2013 Sun 03:13 am

 

Quoting ReyhanL

 

 

 İt is not the same link...the first is not working anymore thats why i post this new one. And if you give me a gmail adress i can send you also the audio files that are together with this book. You or those who wants them...

 

Merhaba! Can you please send me the audio files to my email: ebrubulutseviyor_AD@yahoo.com

54.       dilliduduk
1551 posts
 19 Jan 2014 Sun 05:39 pm

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55.       iodine
23 posts
 19 Jan 2014 Sun 07:03 pm

 

Quoting dilliduduk

Hi Everyone!

People who are here for a long time probably remember me  I used to help a lot with translations and explanations. Then I got really busy with my doctoral studies and could not wround here for a while.

Meanwhile, I helped build an English for Turkish speakers course on Duolingo. If you haven´t heard about it, Duolingo is a free language-learning and crowdsourced text translation platform. It is 100% free, and it will always be. (you can watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyzJ2Qq9Abs) 

Currently many language pairs exist, you can check them on www.duolingo.com. The Turkish-English course has been there only for two weeks, so it is still in beta. Although the course is designed for Turkish users to learn/practice English, especially if you have some basic knowledge of Turkish you can also use it to improve or practice your Turkish. The actual Turkish for English course will be released probably in a month.

You can also practice languages using Duolingo app on android or ios, Turkish is not in the apps yet but will make it there soon.

Let me know if you have any questions.

 

I have a question one of your moderators/inventors of this program clearly has some problems using nonexisting words. Example would be " bestest " another example of poor quality control would be the following sentence. " Tha brayne processing synonyms seamlessly!"

the word "best" is already a superlative. The word "best" means "better than all the rest. There is nothing better than the best.

brayne

- no dictionary results


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56.       dilliduduk
1551 posts
 19 Jan 2014 Sun 07:47 pm

I suppose you are not talking about Turkish-English course but maybe another course on duolingo?

I just searched and we neither have bestest nor brayne in our course.

But still, it is normal to have typos, especially in beta courses. That is why a report function exists.

Quoting iodine

 

 

I have a question one of your moderators/inventors of this program clearly has some problems using nonexisting words. Example would be " bestest " another example of poor quality control would be the following sentence. " Tha brayne processing synonyms seamlessly!"

the word "best" is already a superlative. The word "best" means "better than all the rest. There is nothing better than the best.

brayne

- no dictionary results

 

 

57.       Adam25
369 posts
 20 Jan 2014 Mon 03:27 pm

I remember you diliduduk - welcome back!  The mistakes iodine mentioned are made by ´Bariş_Obdan´ in two different updates in the Turkish-English section.  I don´t think they are typos and I think his English is a bit strange!

Great idea for a language site though as long as the contrıbutors have a good grasp of both languages like yourself.

 



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58.       dilliduduk
1551 posts
 20 Jan 2014 Mon 05:20 pm

 

Quoting Adam25

I remember you diliduduk - welcome back!  The mistakes iodine mentioned are made by ´Bariş_Obdan´ in two different updates in the Turkish-English section.  I don´t think they are typos and I think his English is a bit strange!

Great idea for a language site though as long as the contrıbutors have a good grasp of both languages like yourself.

 

 

Thank you

Now I get it! Baris speaks perfect English (much better than I do), as he lived for a long time in USA. He is very familiar with everyday slang, and this is what he used when he wrote these posts just to keep things a littlee bit funny. Don´t worry he (and I) is capable of using appropriate English as well, and this is what we used building the course; you of course do not see such slang in the course itself. 

 



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59.       Adam25
369 posts
 21 Jan 2014 Tue 10:19 am

 

Quoting dilliduduk

 

 

Thank you

Now I get it! Baris speaks perfect English (much better than I do), as he lived for a long time in USA. He is very familiar with everyday slang, and this is what he used when he wrote these posts just to keep things a littlee bit funny. Don´t worry he (and I) is capable of using appropriate English as well, and this is what we used building the course; you of course do not see such slang in the course itself. 

 

 

Thanks for the reply.  I´m looking forward to the further development of the site.  (I would say that ´bestest´ is often used in spoken English as a way of emphasing even better than best, eg young girls often say ´x is my very bestest friend´ - but it´s not ´officially´ correct obviously!).

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60.       Dayi17
6 posts
 17 Aug 2014 Sun 04:38 pm

Hi everyone, 

I am new on this fantastic website to learn Turkish ! I am French and I have been learning Turkish for one year now. For French-speaking people, I am updating a blog with Turkish songs I like and Turkish lessons on specific points I have learned so far ! If you are interested do not hesitate and take a look at :

http://chansonsturques.wordpress.com/ 

Best regards to all,

Kolay gelsin !

61.       denizli
957 posts
 23 Aug 2014 Sat 12:10 am

 

Quoting Dayi17

Hi everyone,

I am new on this fantastic website to learn Turkish ! I am French and I have been learning Turkish for one year now. For French-speaking people, I am updating a blog with Turkish songs I like and Turkish lessons on specific points I have learned so far ! If you are interested do not hesitate and take a look at :

http://chansonsturques.wordpress.com/

Best regards to all,

Kolay gelsin !

 

I had a look. Nice site. I like Ziynet Sali. I noticed you had Mor yıllar as Purple Years. I think Mor yıllar means the embarassing years (i.e. purple in the face). Can someone let know if that is the case?

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62.       Dayi17
6 posts
 23 Aug 2014 Sat 08:15 pm

Merhaba Denizli,

 

Maybe the title of the song is a pun.

As I am not a Turkish speaking person I can´t tell if your guess is true !

 

63.       basketball989
1 posts
 30 Apr 2015 Thu 11:50 am

“Around the Board” Gaming Restaurant wishes to begin function Apr 1st of this season, with a finish game enjoying place, meals (sandwiches) and caffeinated beverages (espresso) to keep her clientele satisfied.

“Around the Board” Gaming Restaurant wishes to begin function Apr 1st of this season, with a finish game enjoying place, meals (sandwiches) and caffeinated beverages (espresso) to keep her clientele satisfied.

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64.       matdamon
74 posts
 20 Jul 2015 Mon 03:28 pm

I´ve found a French website to learn turkish which is pretty good {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}!

There is a lot of courses but also exercices to practice (such as extracts of movies, translations...). 

Here is the link : http://www.okumak.fr/

It might be useful for French speakers willing to learn French !

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