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10.       msprivate
11 posts
 28 Jul 2010 Wed 01:31 pm

 

Quoting elenagabriela

 

 

 

maybe 1000-2000 euros, depends on you{#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

 

 

 ok got it.. hmm i think the only problem now is the VISA.. is there any requirments in getting a visa? except the procedure at the link..



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11.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 28 Jul 2010 Wed 01:59 pm

maybe it helps you

 

http://www.turkeyforyou.com/travel_turkey_visa

12.       msprivate
11 posts
 30 Jul 2010 Fri 08:26 am

 

Quoting elenagabriela

maybe it helps you

 

http://www.turkeyforyou.com/travel_turkey_visa

 

 thank you so much...

anyway, do i really need to learn turkish language before i visit to turkey?



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13.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 30 Jul 2010 Fri 08:46 am

it will be easier for you and is a really pleasure to talk in turkish with natives in Turkey - they will be more than happy{#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}..and how can you enjoy your trip without language knowledges; it is nice to know meanings of different stuff from there; and if the natives will hear you asking in turkish, even your language mistakes they will ask: wow, do you know turkish, where are you from, how did you learn turkish, because they are very very very friendly

 

have a nice trip

my best regards

14.       Henry
2604 posts
 30 Jul 2010 Fri 09:10 am

 

Quoting msprivate

 

 

 thank you so much...

anyway, do i really need to learn turkish language before i visit to turkey?

 

You should try to learn a few basic words and sentences in my opinion. In tourist areas knowing English will help. It is courteous to learn ´please´ (lütfen) and ´thank you´ (teşekkür ederim) or thanks (teşekkürler).

Yes (evet) and no (hayır) are basic words that are easy to learn. 

Knowing the Turkish numbers is also useful for knowing how much to pay.

Learn to ask ´where is ....´ and ´when is ......´.

You will often be asked ´where are you from?´ and you should be able to answer.

"Filipinlerliyim" (I think this is correct for "I am a Filipino".)

Anyway, your question would be similar to a Turk asking whether he needed to learn Filipino before coming to the Philippines. What would you say to them?  Everything depends on where you go and how independently you want to travel. 

 

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15.       ikicihan
1127 posts
 30 Jul 2010 Fri 12:26 pm

filipinliyim or filipinlerdenim sounds good meaning "i am from philippines"

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16.       barba_mama
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 30 Jul 2010 Fri 05:09 pm

I would spend a maximum of 1000 euro in a week, but that would be including everything, including the hotel, my planetickets, all of my food, the bus, etc. Actually, I don´t think I ever spend as much as 1000 in Turkey on a week long holiday If you don´t account for the planeticket, and just count for trips, the hotel, food, tips, all of that, I think my average for a week would be...ohw...pfff... less than 400 euro. But ofcourse you should always be able to spend more than that. You don´t want to be stuck in the middle of nowhere, not able to pay your busticket back

17.       msprivate
11 posts
 31 Jul 2010 Sat 10:13 am

 

Quoting elenagabriela

it will be easier for you and is a really pleasure to talk in turkish with natives in Turkey - they will be more than happy{#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}..and how can you enjoy your trip without language knowledges; it is nice to know meanings of different stuff from there; and if the natives will hear you asking in turkish, even your language mistakes they will ask: wow, do you know turkish, where are you from, how did you learn turkish, because they are very very very friendly

 

have a nice trip

my best regards

 

oh really..that´s nice.. but why does they are so amaze once when the tourist people can speaks thier language? for me it is very fulfilling to speak turkish for i do not really know how to deliver it and can´t understand them either? haha they speak so fast..

 

hmm yeah.. thats what i actually want to do. to explore things and enjoy some stuff.

 

18.       msprivate
11 posts
 31 Jul 2010 Sat 10:15 am

 

Quoting Henry

 

 

You should try to learn a few basic words and sentences in my opinion. In tourist areas knowing English will help. It is courteous to learn ´please´ (lütfen) and ´thank you´ (teşekkür ederim) or thanks (teşekkürler).

Yes (evet) and no (hayır) are basic words that are easy to learn. 

Knowing the Turkish numbers is also useful for knowing how much to pay.

Learn to ask ´where is ....´ and ´when is ......´.

You will often be asked ´where are you from?´ and you should be able to answer.

"Filipinlerliyim" (I think this is correct for "I am a Filipino".)

Anyway, your question would be similar to a Turk asking whether he needed to learn Filipino before coming to the Philippines. What would you say to them?  Everything depends on where you go and how independently you want to travel. 

 

 

aw! thank you so much for this.. hmm do you think that i can easily understand thier conversation? i want to learn turkish language but i reallly dont know where to start.

19.       msprivate
11 posts
 31 Jul 2010 Sat 10:16 am

 

Quoting ikicihan

filipinliyim or filipinlerdenim sounds good meaning "i am from philippines"

 

This is nice.. but how to prounounce this?

20.       msprivate
11 posts
 31 Jul 2010 Sat 10:20 am

 

Quoting barba_mama

I would spend a maximum of 1000 euro in a week, but that would be including everything, including the hotel, my planetickets, all of my food, the bus, etc. Actually, I don´t think I ever spend as much as 1000 in Turkey on a week long holiday If you don´t account for the planeticket, and just count for trips, the hotel, food, tips, all of that, I think my average for a week would be...ohw...pfff... less than 400 euro. But ofcourse you should always be able to spend more than that. You don´t want to be stuck in the middle of nowhere, not able to pay your busticket back

 

i think 1000euro is just enough. hope i can enjoy my stay there even for a week.

firt i must arrange my tourist visa and next is my vacation leave. haha

 

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