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Travel in Turkey and sentences
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10.       mrichard
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 24 Jul 2015 Fri 02:06 pm

Hi jnq, 

Napkins was an exemple to hep me to understand the structure sentence, i could have asked portakal or süt but thank you for the information about TURKEY culture.

It is almaya interresting bye

 

11.       mrichard
16 posts
 24 Jul 2015 Fri 02:07 pm

Hi jnq, 

Napkins was an exemple to hep me to understand the structure sentence, i could have asked portakal or süt but thank you for the information about TURKEY culture.

It is almaya interresting bye

 

12.       defacto
42 posts
 24 Jul 2015 Fri 02:46 pm

hi What do you want to learn about Turkish culture

13.       mrichard
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 25 Jul 2015 Sat 12:12 pm

Hi defacto,

About culture:Countries have differents ways to do something, for exemple In England ,When you want to have a drink in the PUB you must take your order at the bar and take your glasses to your table in France it is the opposite.

So I thing that it is very kind to know a little bit about culture and tradition when you visite a country.{#emotions_dlg.laugh_at} 

For Turkey, I read that often to refuse something (especialy at diner table)

turkish people say Teşekkür ederim and to accept an offer use Lütfen?

Bu doğru yoksa yanşıl (here "yoksa" if I understood well Faruk because apposite meaning {#emotions_dlg.shy}).

See you soon

have a good day

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14.       Henry
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 25 Jul 2015 Sat 03:21 pm

One of the biggest cultural differences I became aware of, is taking your shoes off before entering someone´s home in Turkey. Normally indoor slippers or ´terlik´ are provided for guests to wear indoors.

15.       denizli
960 posts
 25 Jul 2015 Sat 04:56 pm

Yes, taking off your shoes is important.

Here´s a good resource about Turkish Culture:

http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_49933

 

16.       mrichard
16 posts
 26 Jul 2015 Sun 08:16 am

Hi, post is very funny,unfortunately i will sleep at the hotel but we never know.

thanks for your repply, I may ask you another tranlation before my travel.

have a good weekend

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