The Best of Turkish – Basic

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

The most common words, sentences and phrases for everybody who would like to visit Turkey, start to learn the language or just to get to know its basics a little bit.

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Turkish Love Phrases

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

Common love phrases in Turkish.If you want to express your feelings to someone Turkish you can use these Common Turkish love phrases. Turkish English aşkım my love canım my life bi tanem my only one hayatım my life sevgilim my … Continue reading

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Speak Turkish

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

IT’S GOOD TO SPEAK TURKISH One of the best ways to reward the inevitable hospitality of your hosts is to speak a few words of Turkish to them. They are very proud of their nationality and they will see your attempts to … Continue reading

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More Turkish Phrases

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

English Turkish Pronunciation Hello Merhaba mer–ha–ba Welcome Hoş geldiniz hōsh gel–dee–neez in reply to Welcome Hoş bulduk hōsh bull–dook Thank you Teşekkür ederim, sağol te–she–koor e–de–rim, saa–ōl You are welcome Bir şey değil beer shay deel How are you? Nasılsınız? … Continue reading

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Turkish Shopping Phrases – Video

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

Turkish Shopping Phrases Video Loading may be slow sometimes and You may need to press PLAY button twice.

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The Best of Turkish – Quick Tour

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

This is the quick version of the Best of Turkish, without the slow pronunciation part, for people who would like to watch it more frequently.

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Common Turkish Phrases

On July 10, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

The Turkish alphabet has 8 vowels (A E I Ý O Ö U Ü ) and 21 consonants. The letters Q,W and X do not exist in Turkish. Most letters are pronounced pretty much as you would expect, but some are not. Once the phonetic value of all letters is known, then it is rather easy to pronounce any word one sees or to spell any word one hears. Continue reading

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