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Turkish chat phrases
* Merhaba. --- Hi, hello.
* Nasılsın? --- How are you?
* İyiyim, teşekkürler. --- I am fine, thank you.
* Adın ne? --- What is your name.
* Benim adım Murat. --- My name is Murat.
* Tanıştığımıza memnun oldum. --- Nice to meet you.
* Nerelisin? --- Where are you from?
* Şimdi çıkmam lazım. --- I need to leave now.
* Sonra görüşürüz. --- See you later.


Turkish Class Chat How-to
* To start chat, you need to sign in to the web site with your user name and password.
* Once you are signed in, you will see a join chat link under the chat messages. You can join the conversation by clicking on this link.
* When you write a chat message and send it in the Chat Room, it is public and everybody can see it.
* The users who have selected a nickname and are active in the chatroom are listed on the right hand side of the chat messages.
* To send a private chat message to one of the active users, click on the name of that user from the active users list. A new chat room for you and that user will open. Now, write your message and send it. Only that user and you will be able to see this message. To change the chat room you are currently active in, use the links at the top of the chat messages. A new chat room link will be added here for each user you start private conversation with.

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