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1.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 09 Feb 2013 Sat 10:49 pm

I think my grammar level is still not good .. but I notice that my listening skills is becoming very good now I can understand 90 % from listening

But how I can write as a good way ?

thanks in advance

2.       Laleler
84 posts
 10 Feb 2013 Sun 11:18 am

 learn turkish alphabet pronounce and writing

Turkish is written as it is spoken.

do not mix alphabet´s pronounce with english or your own language pronounce

for example A is not pronounced as a in english.

apple =epıl a is pronounced as e in Turkish 

erdem = virtue  

etc

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3.       Henry
2604 posts
 10 Feb 2013 Sun 12:12 pm

 

Quoting nifrtity

I think my grammar level is still not good .. but I notice that my listening skills is becoming very good now I can understand 90 % from listening

But how I can write as a good way ?

thanks in advance

Nifrtity, it is terrific that your listening skills are that good. Aferin!

Do you get the chance to practise speaking Turkish as well?

Have you taken any Turkish courses in Egypt?

Just like me, you have been studying Turkish for a long time.

Did the Arabic-Turkish internet sites that Tunci recommended help you improve faster? 

Other than song translations, do you still have a strong reason to learn?

The reason I ask my questions, is that you seem to always ask similar questions about learning Turkish grammar, and what you need to do to improve. You have previously received helpful advice from others, but I wonder what you do differently now. People will make similar suggestions to you, but we do not know exactly how you have learnt, other than using the internet and books.

Maybe you can tell us what you tried so far, what helped the most, and what didn´t work.

I have done Turkish courses in Australia, which helped to start, then read lots of language books and Turkish children´s books from a library. I´ve bought Turkish movies (recommended by gokuyum) and studied on the internet.

Last year I did a course for 4 weeks in Istanbul. I also have a good friend in Turkey who is happy to talk on Skype, and we help each other for Turkish and English.

There has been lots of variety in my learning, but speaking with a Turk who can speak your language is the ultimate help, especially if they have the time to spend to help you. 

 

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4.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 11 Feb 2013 Mon 03:36 am

 

Quoting Henry

 

Nifrtity, it is terrific that your listening skills are that good. Aferin!

Do you get the chance to practise speaking Turkish as well?

Have you taken any Turkish courses in Egypt?

Just like me, you have been studying Turkish for a long time.

Did the Arabic-Turkish internet sites that Tunci recommended help you improve faster?

Other than song translations, do you still have a strong reason to learn?

The reason I ask my questions, is that you seem to always ask similar questions about learning Turkish grammar, and what you need to do to improve. You have previously received helpful advice from others, but I wonder what you do differently now. People will make similar suggestions to you, but we do not know exactly how you have learnt, other than using the internet and books.

Maybe you can tell us what you tried so far, what helped the most, and what didn´t work.

I have done Turkish courses in Australia, which helped to start, then read lots of language books and Turkish children´s books from a library. I´ve bought Turkish movies (recommended by gokuyum) and studied on the internet.

Last year I did a course for 4 weeks in Istanbul. I also have a good friend in Turkey who is happy to talk on Skype, and we help each other for Turkish and English.

There has been lots of variety in my learning, but speaking with a Turk who can speak your language is the ultimate help, especially if they have the time to spend to help you.

 

 

Thanks so much , yeah I was studied in arabic sites and english sites and more books

Every advices I do its , I take very simple course in the internet beside my books and other ways I used to do it before . My problem it is not very great i think , it is only I face a diffcult when i was writting , I mean my writing is little broken ,,, maybe it is become better by the time

thanks



Edited (2/11/2013) by nifrtity

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