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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
790 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
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 30 Apr 2015 Thu 11:50 am

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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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