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20.       Danielle
6 posts
 03 Oct 2005 Mon 07:51 am

Merhaba everyone!

I just wanted to say one think about the Turkish language. I love the fact that it's basically all phanetic! (now this is coming from someone who lives in the sates) As soon as you know the sound of all of the letters in the alphabet you can read pretty much everything. Now granted you don't really know what the heck it means, but you can read it! That's always a start! I'm also trying to find a good way to learn the language. If anyone out there knows of good Cds or anything, please let me know... thanks...

Danielle

21.       erdinc
2151 posts
 03 Oct 2005 Mon 03:01 pm

On the top left you can see our nevigation system. Click "Turkish Language" and you will access to our lessons.
On the bottom right you will see "links". By clicking them you can access to other lessons from other websites.

From time to time please check our website since we are going to make radical changes including the lessons.

22.       Bursali
400 posts
 03 Oct 2005 Mon 11:00 pm

i belive the langusge is so good and easy.

23.       Bursali
400 posts
 03 Oct 2005 Mon 11:43 pm

langusge=languages

sorry.

24.       bab
31 posts
 06 Oct 2005 Thu 08:11 am

where can I take turkish lessons?

25.       tomsmedley
11 posts
 06 Oct 2005 Thu 03:00 pm

If you are living in the States, check out a local university and see if they have a "language partner program." I've really enjoyed getting to know one young couple, and am making consistent, if slow, progress with my Turkish.

26.       asik_melek
12 posts
 06 Oct 2005 Thu 04:37 pm

Learning turkish, I must admit I find it hard. I can understand a little bit what I read but talking is pretty hard.
I have tried to learn turkish by my own asking to my friends all my doubts and yes, I can understand the grammar and how does turkish people create their sentences BUT when I listen it or try to talk a little bit my mind get confuse with turkish grammar construction coz it is very very very different than spanish.
HOwever, I really like this language and I want to learn it So badly but yes, I gotta admitt is a kinda hard.

27.       Bursali
400 posts
 06 Oct 2005 Thu 11:43 pm

they donot teach turkish with arabic alpabets anymore in turkey.

28.       duskahvesi
858 posts
 07 Oct 2005 Fri 12:11 am

bab
u must be kidding or dont know anything about turkey..
u should not have a joke like on those subject..

29.       Bursali
400 posts
 07 Oct 2005 Fri 10:31 pm

becareful bab.

30.       bliss
900 posts
 07 Oct 2005 Fri 11:10 pm

Hey Bursali, I gave you job, do it! It is better than put posts withoput understanding what are people saying in their posts.We are not playing here I think and not trying to gain points here.Honey, it is not shame to ask, if you don't understand something, it is shame to not ask.
Regards Bliss

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