Now you're in a foreign country and have a broken tooth.
(intermediate)Part of the fun of getting older is being able to do all the fun stuff in life: dating, driving, watching scary movies by yourself. Don't worry - join us for a noobie lesson on numbers and you'll be ready to bake like a pro.
Learn how to use -ebil today to brag about what a big boy or girl you are. (noobie)Strap into your time machine, because today we're going back to the future!
(noob)You might have heard that "might" and "can" look the same in Turkish. Today, we've at least got you covered when you get far enough to purchase a plan. They're the glue that holds Turkish together and keeps it sounding great in the face of nasty vowel and consonant clashes. (intermediate)Many people don't know this, but I actually have a hidden talent for losing my keys. Make sure you have a clue and join us today to learn about the construction -ip durmak. We're sailing the wide open seas in today's lesson.
Today's lesson is about locational post-positions and all those keys lost over the years - behind the couch, under the bed, beside the heater, on top of the wardrobe. We captured a couple of nouns off the coast of Barbary and have them tied up together in the brig.
Hopefully with today's lesson on the suffix -meli, you'll be able to use your Turkish to express everything you should have done to avoid bitter rejection. (beginner)We're making big plans today - and to do that, we need the future tense.
Hopefully we'll use it to talk about how we're going to spend all our new money and not how we're going to pass the time in jail.
There's something here for every Turkish learner: the difficulty level of each lesson rotates between four levels, from absolute beginner to advanced. (adv)The inevitable question that you can count on always being asked when meeting someone new.
We're currently not publishing new content, but look through our library of 136 lessons to find something on virtually any grammar point you need help with. Oh, I'm learning Turkish on this awesome website called Turkish Tea Time. Join us for today's lesson so that when you tell people that you make Internet Turkish lessons, you can at least impress them by putting the words in the right o. Better pack this lesson on Turkish noun chains before we head out.
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