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There is | There is NOT |I have | I don’t have

Ok todays lesson is a little different than the other grammar stuff. This one is easy but hard to understand for some people at first. -VAR (There is | have) -YOK (There is not | have not) Lets try to … Continue reading

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Where is the nearest Post Office? in Turkish

Where is the nearest Post Office? It is a common sentence in nearly every language ­čÖé I used to hate this chapter when i was learning foreign language.Anyway. I will make it really easy like right and left and asking … Continue reading

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How old are you? in Turkish

Ka├ž ya┼č─▒ndas─▒n? – How old are you? Ben 29 ya┼č─▒nday─▒m. – I am 29 years old. Ka├ž =how many ya┼č = age ya┼č─▒n = your age ya┼č─▒n+da = at your age

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Turkish Grammar – How to form sentences in Turkish Language

I have a friend from Germany and he is trying to learn Turkish like you are. And sometimes when he tries to speak He spoke like Tarzan. Why? Because he has no idea about the line of words. So here … Continue reading

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Do you speak Turkish?

T├╝rk├že konu┼čuyor musun? – No I don’t speak Turkish = Hay─▒r T├╝rk├že konu┼čmuyorum. – Yes I speak Turkish = Evet T├╝rk├že konu┼čuyorum. ─░ngilizce konu┼čuyor musunuz? – Hay─▒r Konu┼čmuyorum. – Evet biraz konu┼čuyorum. – Yes i speak a little biraz = … Continue reading

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Where are you FROM? in Turkish

Ok now we learned to salut people and ask how are they? and now we may start to talk about where we are from. Let’s start with asking where people are from. – Nere+den+sin – Nere+den+siniz Can you tell me … Continue reading

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Meeting new people

It is common to shake hands with people whom you first met and introduced in Turkey. You shake your hand and say your first name when introduced. M-Alper, Bu Esra, Esra bu da Alper – Alper, this is Esra . … Continue reading

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Greetings in Turkish

It is common to greet people when they are meet. and ask about how they are. Merhaba : Hello // Usage of this word is limited. Most of the people use selam. Selam : Hi Naber? (Long form is ne … Continue reading

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Turkish Numbers

Learning numbers in Turkish is one of the easiest thing. Because we don’t have exceptions like eleven,twelve. It is really logical for a math person. 0 – S─▒f─▒r 1 – Bir 2 – ─░ki 3 – ├ť├ž 4 – D├Ârt … Continue reading

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Turkish Grammar – Present Tense Question

To ask a question we use the suffix -mi The rule is verb + (i)yor +(SPACE HERE)+ m(i)+possession Exception in the 3rd plural person verb + (i)yor+ l(e)r + (SPACE HERE)+m(i)+ In some places of Turkey the rule is Ok … Continue reading

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