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Beginner Turkish Lessons

Below you can find some lesson notes to Learn Turkish. For additional Turkish learning material please click here.
Turkish Word Order

Turkish adjectives

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Turkish Question Forms
Turkish Personal Pronouns; I, you, he, she etc.



Turkish Possessives; my, your, his, her etc.
Buffer Letters

In Turkish suffixes are formed according to vowel harmony.

Sounds of the vowels are made either front or back vowels. Native Turkish word incorporates either exclusively back vowels (a, ı, o, and u) or exclusively front vowels (e, i, ö, and ü).
Front vowels
e,i,ö,ü
Elbise (dress)   ülke  (country)
Kedi (cat)  Öğrenci (student)
Back vowels
a,ı,o,u
kapı (door)    armut  (pear)
araba (car)    radyo (radio)


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12 comments:

  1. very useful! thanx

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  2. rica ederim! (you are welcome) glad that it's useful.

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  3. Thank you for your efforts. very informative.
    çok teşekkür ederım.

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  4. very easy and informative really i like to learn turkish

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  5. I heard someone in a song say Fistan for dress

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  6. Worth exploring this new book:

    Turkish Grammar in Practice by Foxton Books

    Well-written.

    turkishgrammarinpractice.com

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