The Story

The idea of creating this website started when we saw that there was not a useful source to learn Turkish online. There are some helpful programs, but we couldn’t find a well-organized, detailed one.

Our videos, exercises, and grammar explanations are all made by us with full attention to detail. We have learned a lot while creating all of this, and we really enjoyed it! I hope our efforts are helpful for you, and you can be a part of our joy.

Lastly, learning a language is a journey: enjoy it! When you realize that you can finally speak Turkish or any foreign language, you’ll understand that it’s worth all the effort you have spent.

Apart from our friendship, what bonds us together is languages:

Agustin Avila
He has a degree in philology. He graduated from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) where he learned ancient Greek and Latin. He is currently continuing his education in Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, İstanbul studying Byzantium history. He speaks Spanish, English, Italian, German, Greek, and Turkish.

Çağlar Öksüzoğlu
He presents the videos. He graduated from Istanbul Technical University and was educated in Spanish at the UBA, Buenos Aires where he met Agustin. He is an engineer with a passion for languages. He speaks Spanish, English, Italian, and some German. Even though he presents almost everything on the website, he believes most of the credit should go to Agustin and Sinem who prepared everything with great attention to detail.

Sinem Şahin
Sinem has been teaching English for more than 10 years. She graduated from Anadolu University, Eskişehir. Sinem and Çağlar were neighbors from summer house in Mersin. They already know each other more than 20 years!

I opened my eyes in Buenos Aires and found myself in a square waiting for my human. When these two guys took me to home (Çağlar and Agustin), I was not very pleased, and I hid from them for several days. But I found out they were not bad people, eventually. When Agustin took me to Istanbul, I wasn’t waiting to see Çağlar again. Now, we are together again in Istanbul and I can’t even sleep without them. If you buy the course, part of your payment will go to my food. (My favorite dish is tuna, by the way)