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10.       Abla
3648 posts
 24 Mar 2013 Sun 05:59 pm

Quote: si++

This thread makes me think why we have a forum rule for not speaking Turkish.

 

We can see that non-native speakers of Turkish can nicely chat in Turkish.

There is a Turkish chat room on this site, si++.

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11.       si++
3785 posts
 25 Mar 2013 Mon 01:46 pm

 

Quoting Abla

 

There is a Turkish chat room on this site, si++.

 

Do you think I am blind or what? I can see the text which reads "Turkish Chat".

 

And I am curious what hansom likes about your message.

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12.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 25 Mar 2013 Mon 01:59 pm

he provokes you maybe..

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13.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 25 Mar 2013 Mon 03:55 pm

 

Quoting elenagabriela

winter is back here..ah Nemanja Nemanja..

but  have heard in Croatia is snowing, so maybe is snowing in Serbia too..

 

It were in Friday... And it started again today.. But I´m waiting for Saturday,and finally 20 C.

14.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 25 Mar 2013 Mon 05:38 pm

here is expecting the same, too

and

hoş geldin kardeşim, nerelerdeydin..merak ettik sana

15.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 25 Mar 2013 Mon 06:05 pm

 

Quoting elenagabriela

here is expecting the same, too

and

hoşgeldin kardeşim, nerelerdeydin..merak ettik sana

 

Sagol.
I  have competions in school. In 2012 I was 1. in Serbia in geography and 3. in Serbian language,so I have to do the same thing again. And there is also history.. and math and French and something else..sorry for my english...

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16.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 25 Mar 2013 Mon 06:08 pm

AFERIN SANA{#emotions_dlg.flowers}

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17.       Abla
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 25 Mar 2013 Mon 07:12 pm

Quote: si++

Do you think I am blind or what?

No I just think you are wrong.

 

Forum discussions and chatting should be two different things. Forum is the place for topics which have some relevance for a wider group of people and for a longer period of time. This is why the forum language is English. I have understood in the chat room using Turkish language is recommended, so there is a perfect place for this kind of practicing at TC.

 

Recently many forum threads have changed into endless chatting I admit. But this is my opinion.

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18.       catwoman
8933 posts
 26 Mar 2013 Tue 03:51 am

 

Quoting si++

Well,

 

This thread makes me think why we have a forum rule for not speaking Turkish.

 

We can see that non-native speakers of Turkish can nicely chat in Turkish.

 

Si++, it´s hard to make rules that are going to make 100% sense in every situation. Nobody had said that this conversatio in Turkish wasn´t ok, many people enjoyed it and nobody removed or criticized it. The point of the rule is not to exclude ´learners´ from discussions in Turkish where native speakers have extensive conversations that others cannot follow, which is when we ask for a translation.

19.       si++
3785 posts
 26 Mar 2013 Tue 09:24 am

 

Quoting Abla

 

No I just think you are wrong.

 

Forum discussions and chatting should be two different things. Forum is the place for topics which have some relevance for a wider group of people and for a longer period of time. This is why the forum language is English. I have understood in the chat room using Turkish language is recommended, so there is a perfect place for this kind of practicing at TC.

 

Recently many forum threads have changed into endless chatting I admit. But this is my opinion.

 

It´s not recently. I see it every now and then since I joined here.

 

Not everybody uses chat (me included). Chat is temporary, forum is permanent.

 

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20.       si++
3785 posts
 26 Mar 2013 Tue 09:27 am

 

Quoting catwoman

 

 

Si++, it´s hard to make rules that are going to make 100% sense in every situation. Nobody had said that this conversatio in Turkish wasn´t ok, many people enjoyed it and nobody removed or criticized it. The point of the rule is not to exclude ´learners´ from discussions in Turkish where native speakers have extensive conversations that others cannot follow, which is when we ask for a translation.

 

OK. Thanks for the clarification.

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