Ever wonder why Turkish doesn’t sound similar to any other language in Europe or the Middle East?
Because the Turkish language belongs to a totally different language family than Indo-European. This means you have to follow a different approach when learning Turkish. The curriculum that you see here is unique for the Turkish language and it makes the process a lot faster.
Best program for a fraction of the cost
The curriculum you will study is specially prepared for private lessons and cost you a lot more in fact. But thanks to the internet technology, you can study the same course with the videos and practice your Turkish with the same materials. Along the way, you’ll also get the help of experienced tutors.
Bite-sized videos in coffee breaks
The curriculum has 45 modules with bite-sized videos and printable exercises. Bite-sized courses are great for your busy schedules, work and travels. Also, it is proven to be more effective than studying all at once. You can study anytime, anywhere.
Real-world videos in real situations
You will practice your Turkish with real-world videos and short interviews right from the streets of Istanbul. Because of this, you will see how Turkish natives speak which will allow you to improve your own Turkish speaking skills. You will speak real, authentic Turkish like natives.
What! Language teaching without grammar?
Ignoring grammar training is very common nowadays but without grammar you can’t get very far. As adults we don’t learn in the same way that we did when we were babies, therefore you have to pay enough attention to grammar.
Why shouldn’t you study Turkish in ‘that’ website.
Big websites/softwares try to teach all the languages the same way and mostly fail at the end. You cannot learn Japonese, Spanish and Turkish the same way. Alphabet, grammar topics, suffixes etc. must be introduced at different times with different methods. Matching words with pictures and sequencing words are not enough for fluency.
Why should you study here?
The curriculum that you will study is unique for the Turkish language and it makes the process a lot faster. You will understand the trickiest grammar topics very quickly and progress from the first day. You will also get the help of experienced tutors and have all your questions answered.
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|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 has been teaching Turkish and Spanish for more than 7 years both individually or in groups. He has published several articles/short stories in major Turkish journals and magazines including the oldest 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?
Excellent content, well presented. The brief duration of the street interviews is an excellent match for all of our short attention span. They go down easy like popcorn. More, more!
A very good source of information to add to your studying repertoire.Physically hearing an explanation has helped things to click for me that reading alone would not allow.
Karissa Gravel, USA
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