Learn real, authentic Turkish with a well-organized curriculum so that you don’t miss anything. The curriculum is specifically designed to make the learning fast and it introduces only up-to-date Turkish that is being spoken today. You’ll learn all the grammar you need by watching videos and practice with hundreds of examples. At the end of the course, you’ll be able to engage into conversations in Turkish and be understood by natives.
Last updated 01/2020
Impress Turks with your level of Turkish:
After you complete all levels, you will be able to:
- Understand Turkish movies, newspapers or your favourite Turkish series.
- Talk real “street” Turkish. Acquire many slang words, expressions and basic argot that you cannot find anywhere else.
- Master Turkish grammar and have enough knowledge to pass B1 level in exams. (After completing the three levels)
- Communicate with natives confidently in your vacation or business trip. Boost your career and relationships.
- Enrich your life by learning a new culture and by making new friends.
Who should take this course:
- Basic knowledge of Turkish is required. If you are a beginner, consider taking level 1 course.
- Willing students who want to talk Turkish
Have fun but also seriously learn!
It is important to think of grammar as something that helps you. We are adults and we do not learn the same way babies do. The curriculum (at the end of three levels) gives you all the grammar you need for fluency (including B1 level grammar) with explanations and drills. If you still have a question, you can ask the instructors after each step.+ SEE MORE
Learn real, authentic Turkish (not mechanical, textbook Turkish)
The Turkish language has been changed so many times by language reforms. Because of these changes, even young Turkish people struggle to understand the Turkish of 50 years ago. So, it is important to study with an up-to-date material and learn modern Turkish. Unfortunately, both online and offline sources keep teaching a language that doesn’t exist anymore!
You won’t forget what you learn. You will maintain your enthusiasm!
Our brain is designed to survive under a huge load of information it is receiving every day. That’s why, when you see a new word or structure, you generally forget the next day. But that’s fine. You just need to consider this fact and repeat what you learn regularly. For that reason, each module has a short review part that will make new vocabulary and grammar stick.
As you see your fast progress, you will want to learn more and more.
See you inside the course!
BONUS 1: You’ll access the media library and watch real-world videos with Turkish subtitles. Also, you will have a list of Turkish tv channels and be able to watch them without paying any fee. You’ll have a contact with the real, authentic Turkish from the first day.
BONUS 2: You will also get a pdf file where you can find words and structures you may need during a vacation in Turkey. You can find the essential vocabulary about culture, food, transportation and use them throughout your holiday or business trip.
|Start: Read me if you are new|
|1. REVIEW: Vowel Types||07:18 min|
|1.1. REVIEW: Vowel Types [Exercises]|
|1.2. REVIEW: Vowel Harmony||11:04 min|
|1.3. REVIEW: Vowel Harmony [Exercises]|
|1.4. REVIEW: Verb ‘to be’||08:27 min|
|1.5. REVIEW: Verb ‘to be’ [Exercises]|
|1.6. REVIEW: Consonant Harmony||07:53 min|
|1.7. REVIEW: Consonant Harmony [Exercises]|
|2. Vocabulary Pack 4|
|2.1. LISTENING: Past Tense|
|2.2. Past Tense 1st Part||09:08 min|
|2.3. Past Tense 2nd Part||12:48 min|
|Sizce Uzaylılar Var mı? (Do Aliens Exist?)||00:28 min|
|2.4. Recap – Past Tense|
|2.5. Exercises – Past Tense|
|3. Accusative Case||12:45 min|
|3.1. Recap – Accusative Case|
|3.2. Exercises – Accusative Case|
|REVIEW: Past Tense|
|An Armenian Woman Talks About ‘Old Istanbul’||00:29 min|
|4. Directions||09:47 min|
|4.1. Recap – Directions|
|4.2. Exercises – Directions|
|REVIEW: Accusative Case|
|5. LISTENING: Abilities/Permission/Requesting|
|5.1. Abilities/Permission/Requesting||14:20 min|
|5.2. Recap – Abilities/Permission/Requesting|
|5.3. Exercises – Abilities/Permission/Requesting|
|6. LISTENING: Future Tense|
|6.1. Future Tense||09:21 min|
|6.2. Recap – Future Tense|
|6.3. Exercises Future Tense|
|Vocabulary Pack 5|
|7. LISTENING: Needs|
|7.1. Needs||11:24 min|
|7.2. Recap – Needs|
|7.3. Exercises – Needs|
|REVIEW: Future Tense|
|What do you do on weekends?||00:12 min|
|8. LISTENING: Aorist|
|8.1. Aorist||13:56 min|
|8.2. Recap – Aorist|
|8.3. Exercises – Aorist|
|9. Conditionals||10:18 min|
|9.1. Recap – Conditionals|
|9.2. Exercises – Conditionals|
|Living Abroad||00:46 min|
|10. Used to do||08:25 min|
|10.1. Recap – Used to do|
|10.2. Exercises – Used to do|
|Hayatta En Çok Korktuğunuz Şey Nedir?||00:29 min|
|11. When/Before/After||10:47 min|
|11.1. Recap – When/Before/After|
|11.2. Exercises – When/Before/After|
|REVIEW: Used to do|
|Vocabulary Pack 6|
|12. LISTENING: Comparatives and Superlatives|
|12.1. Comparatives and Superlatives||06:42 min|
|12.2. Recap – Comparatives and Superlatives|
|12.3. Exercises – Comparatives and Superlatives|
|Could You Live Without Your Phone?||00:25 min|
|13. Reported Past Tense||12:49 min|
|13.1. Recap – Reported Past Tense|
|13.2. Exercises – Reported Past Tense|
|Social Media||00:47 min|
|REVIEW: Comparatives and Superlatives|
Çağlar Öksüzoğlu – Istanbul Technical University / UBA
He is a certified Turkish teacher, and has been teaching Turkish and Spanish for more than 7 years. He has published several articles/short stories in major Turkish journals and magazines including the oldest and the most prestigious one, Varlık.
Agustín Avila – UBA / Boğaziçi University
Designer of the curriculum/course
He has a degree in philology. He is currently continuing his education in Boğaziçi Üniversitesi (İstanbul) studying Byzantium history. He published numerous articles in major journals both in Spanish and English.
Sinem Şahin – Anadolu University
Voice of the recordings
She has been teaching English for more than 10 years in state schools. She graduated from Anadolu University (Eskişehir) with a degree in English language teaching.
Does It Really Work?:
I’ve been learning Turkish for quite a few years now, on and off, including courses in Turkey. But I was getting frustrated whenever I heard or read a basic phrase and couldnt understand it. But this course is the best, most logical and engaging course I had thus far. A lot of knowledge, energy and effort clearly went into it. I’m really happy with my Turkish level and I understand almost everything. So glad I found fluentinturkish.
Very systematically taught. It builds up really well, and makes learning really easy!
Lauren Fırıncıoğlu, Australia