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40.       Bursali
400 posts
 13 Oct 2005 Thu 04:41 pm

yes it is not hard it is simple as linda said.once you know the alphabet every thing eld=se just comes to you.

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41.       Bursali
400 posts
 22 Oct 2005 Sat 07:15 pm

is there anyone who thought reading in turkish was hard.

42.       Lyndie
968 posts
 22 Oct 2005 Sat 07:23 pm

Attila once said to me - 'never mind learning vocabulary, start with the grammar' - this was the best advice I ever got about learning Turkish. I have had just 3 formal lessons so far and my (absolutely wonderful - you know who you are) teacher has started with basic grammar and it has revolutionised by learning style. Obviously you pick up vocabulary as you go, but if you start learning the suffixes and how to use them, it makes things so easy.

43.       Xesc
64 posts
 22 Oct 2005 Sat 11:37 pm

Yes it's true

44.       Bursali
400 posts
 28 Oct 2005 Fri 09:27 pm

yup it should be true.

45.       jehangir
6 posts
 04 Nov 2005 Fri 10:49 pm

Yeh thats the approach I took ... And nw I'm bogged down with sentences containing more than one idea in a simple tense or passive or causative .

Besides I already know a fairbit of old vocab from Farsi

46.       Elisa
0 posts
 04 Nov 2005 Fri 10:58 pm

Lyndie:

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Attila once said to me - 'never mind learning vocabulary, start with the grammar' - this was the best advice I ever got about learning Turkish. I have had just 3 formal lessons so far and my (absolutely wonderful - you know who you are) teacher has started with basic grammar and it has revolutionised by learning style. Obviously you pick up vocabulary as you go, but if you start learning the suffixes and how to use them, it makes things so easy.



My teacher at school has a different approach: he stresses more on vocabulary in the beginning, and says that he will keep the "real" grammar for later. I don't always like that. I agree that a language is much easier to understand when you realize how words, sentences, are built.
Fortunately I know someone who I can pester and bore with my questions about grammar Yes, when you read this, you also know who you are.

Elisa

47.       blueaircl
7 posts
 05 Nov 2005 Sat 06:15 pm

I am a Chinese,I wanna learn Turkish so much.
But there ain't Turkish lessons in my city,I only can learn by myself.
Honestly,I think Turkish learning is hard for me.It is real different from my mother language.

48.       Attila
144 posts
 05 Nov 2005 Sat 07:46 pm

If u r living in China you may go to xinjiang to learn turkish,As I know there are 7 million uighur turks living there

49.       Bursali
400 posts
 12 Nov 2005 Sat 08:29 pm

i think it might be hard for you to learn turkish, because turkish alphabet is so different from chinise.i hope you could learn turkish one day...

50.       mella
202 posts
 16 Nov 2005 Wed 02:54 pm

Quote:

Attila once said to me - 'never mind learning vocabulary, start with the grammar' - this was the best advice I ever got about learning Turkish. I have had just 3 formal lessons so far and my (absolutely wonderful - you know who you are) teacher has started with basic grammar and it has revolutionised by learning style. Obviously you pick up vocabulary as you go, but if you start learning the suffixes and how to use them, it makes things so easy.



I also agree. Although vocabulary is very important in Turkish, the grammar is the most useful issue to begin with.

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