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10.       catwoman
8933 posts
 31 Jul 2008 Thu 11:21 pm

Quoting Elisabeth:

Actually I was serious. I would be a beginner level. I just need an approximate number of hours per week this will take as I am already taking several other classes.


This will not take a lot of time at all. It will be one lesson per week (or per two weeks, whatever the students prefer), there will be 10 lessons total (for the ´course´), and there will be a relatively short homework at the end of each lesson, that students will have one week to complete.

You can pick either beginner 1 (know nothing about Turkish), or beginner 2 (knows some basics).

11.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 31 Jul 2008 Thu 11:26 pm

Quoting catwoman:

Quoting Elisabeth:

Actually I was serious. I would be a beginner level. I just need an approximate number of hours per week this will take as I am already taking several other classes.


This will not take a lot of time at all. It will be one lesson per week (or per two weeks, whatever the students prefer), there will be 10 lessons total (for the ´course´), and there will be a relatively short homework at the end of each lesson, that students will have one week to complete.

You can pick either beginner 1 (know nothing about Turkish), or beginner 2 (knows some basics).



I would like to give it a try.

12.       SenseOHumourII
28 posts
 31 Jul 2008 Thu 11:30 pm

Quoting catwoman:

Trudy, Elisabeth, SenseOHumor, I am not sure if you are being serious or not. Can you post here only if you are serious about this?

sigh. yes Kitty I am serious

13.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 31 Jul 2008 Thu 11:35 pm

As long as you promise not to post my test scores publicly, I would like to try. Beginner level.
Or sub-beginner?

14.       catwoman
8933 posts
 31 Jul 2008 Thu 11:44 pm

Ok, sounds great, thank you for your interest. We will wait for a couple more days to give a chance to more people to join if they want and we will start...

15.       geniuda
1070 posts
 01 Aug 2008 Fri 12:21 am

Quoting catwoman:

This will not take a lot of time at all. It will be one lesson per week (or per two weeks, whatever the students prefer), there will be 10 lessons total (for the ´course´), and there will be a relatively short homework at the end of each lesson, that students will have one week to complete.

You can pick either beginner 1 (know nothing about Turkish), or beginner 2 (knows some basics).


When do classes begin? do we have to wear uniform?

Just kidding Cat

count me in!! beginner -1, please!

16.       MrX67
2540 posts
 01 Aug 2008 Fri 12:42 am

will be there a snack bar on school,i want to be manager of it if there will be

17.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 01 Aug 2008 Fri 12:59 am

I think catwoman should be a student too, for the reasons:
a- She should be an example for the class
b- I bet her turkish needs a serious polishing..

18.       Leelu
1746 posts
 01 Aug 2008 Fri 01:06 am

Quoting girleegirl:

As long as you promise not to post my test scores publicly, I would like to try. Beginner level.
Or sub-beginner?


what is a sub-beginner? errrrrrm .. does it matter that I almost failed english two years in a row because of grammar? sigh .. but for whatever reason I always got 100% in french and understood its grammar.

19.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 01 Aug 2008 Fri 03:42 am

Quoting Leelu:


what is a sub-beginner?


It means I have been here two years and have been too distracted in forum and have barely learned more than a few words.

I think I have Attention Deficit Disorder....at least when it comes to TC!!

20.       Trudy
7887 posts
 01 Aug 2008 Fri 09:57 am

I was seriously about having interest! (Gosh, really no SOH?)

I like to start at beginner 1 even though I know a tiny piece of the grammar. But, I do have a serious other problem! As you know English is not my mother tongue and grammar rules in English are sometimes very different from those in Dutch. Sometimes I even don´t know the translation of the English grammar word. And I need to understand what I´m doing before I can use the rule myself, I found out when I tried before. So, I´m not sure if I can understand all the explanation. I bet I´m not the only one with this problem. How are you going to solve that? Will explanations be clear as water, or do you expect that we are familiar with the English names?

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