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I need help for the most hard turkish test
1.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 15 Nov 2012 Thu 09:34 pm

I was trying to solve this test but it is so hard , I got 40% it is bad I know but I want to know about the lessons on it to studying it

http://www.distance-turkish.com/DB_Sinav/DB_Sinav.asp?baslangic=43

this is the link for placement test

Thanks in advance

 

 

 

2.       Henry
2604 posts
 15 Nov 2012 Thu 10:57 pm

 

Quoting nifrtity

I was trying to solve this test but it is so hard , I got 40% it is bad I know but I want to know about the lessons on it to studying it

http://www.distance-turkish.com/DB_Sinav/DB_Sinav.asp?baslangic=43

this is the link for placement test

Thanks in advance

Nifrtity, there is no such thing as good or bad in placement tests. They need to know your level of understanding. I had to do a placement test in Turkey. By looking at what I could answer, they could tell how much I knew. There is so much grammar to learn in Turkish, after you have mastered the basic tenses and vowel harmony. Then gerunds come into the picture {#emotions_dlg.confused}

I am currently studying at a language school for 80 hours at intermediate level 4 (one of 6 levels). Even with private lessons, I have a long way to go before becoming an advanced learner (level 5-6 in this school).

No one here has the time to tell you all the grammar you need to know. It is not that simple. Take one section at a time, and ask about what you don´t understand. I am currently learning when to use ortaç ve ulaç eki

en/an, (y)ken, ince, digimde, eceği, arak/erek, meden/madan and it can be confusing at times.  

 

 

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3.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 16 Nov 2012 Fri 07:45 pm

 

Quoting Henry

 

Nifrtity, there is no such thing as good or bad in placement tests. They need to know your level of understanding. I had to do a placement test in Turkey. By looking at what I could answer, they could tell how much I knew. There is so much grammar to learn in Turkish, after you have mastered the basic tenses and vowel harmony. Then gerunds come into the picture {#emotions_dlg.confused}

I am currently studying at a language school for 80 hours at intermediate level 4 (one of 6 levels). Even with private lessons, I have a long way to go before becoming an advanced learner (level 5-6 in this school).

No one here has the time to tell you all the grammar you need to know. It is not that simple. Take one section at a time, and ask about what you don´t understand. I am currently learning when to use ortaç ve ulaç eki

en/an, (y)ken, ince, digimde, eceği, arak/erek, meden/madan and it can be confusing at times.

 

 

thanks so much .

 

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