I'm coming (It's used in past tense in Turkish as I came)
Thanks, thanks (in Turkish you will see repetitions commonly.)
Rahmi:çık, çık tamam çık sen.
Go, go, ok you go.
Don't look, don't look at your watch. Boat would approach to shore without you as well, don't worry.
Who am I talking to..
Please aunt, he would be sad if he doesn't see me.
Silly, don't throw yourself that much, in two days he will loose his interest.
Don't smile like an idiot, look in front of you.
Ebe Nine come and drink our tea.
I'm going for a burn case, on my way back.
Come on, may your eyes shine, longing is finishing.
We didn't have anyone meeting us even one day.
Reiss, was missus coming to meet and greet you when you were engaged.
Not likely, it's enough for her to open the door. Like she will make a move and run to the shore.
Now you can either move to Turkish listening& pronunciation exercise below or continue with the other episode.
This part is for you to practise listening and pronunciation. Try to follow the sentences with script so you will get familiar with the sounds.Try to figure out the meanings. Ask me if you struggle.