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Turkish Pronunciation

Using our pronunciation lessons, you can read and listen to Turkish texts from native speakers. Study through all the texts given here and you will have a clear idea of how Turkish language is pronunciated. Note that Turkish is a phonetic language and a given character is pronounced the same everywhere, every time (except for tonation and few exceptions).


Mr. Barış

Simple text describing a teacher's routines.

At the Ticket Window

A short and simple conversation for buying a train ticket.

Istanbul-Ankara Train

Short conversation on the Istanbul-Ankara train schedule and prices.

At the Station

Mother and father, at the train station to see their son off.

Breakfast

Family conversation before breakfast.

At the Butcher's

Converesation to buy meat at the butcher's.

On the train

Conversation between two passanger on the same train compartment.



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