Learn Turkish With Videos, Audio Recordings and Interactive Exercises

Hello, I’m Çağlar Öksüzoğlu, the grammar instructor.

We have designed this well-organized course where you can find everything you need.

The course introduces up-to-date Turkish that is spoken today, not the boring text-book language that doesn’t exist in real life.

Because of this, you will start understanding the spoken language faster than any method.

At the end of the course, you’ll be able to engage in conversations and be understood by native speakers.


Who Should Take This Course:

  • Complete beginner up to Intermediate level learners.
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    After You Complete the Course, You Will …

  • Master Turkish grammar and have enough knowledge to pass the B1 level in official exams. Our program doesn’t ignore grammar just because it doesn’t sound attractive to learners.
  • Understand movies or newspapers because you will learn real Turkish, not the mechanical textbook language that doesn’t exist anymore.
  • Sound like a native speaker because you will acquire many slang words, expressions and cultural references that you can’t find anywhere else.
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    Grammar Videos and Printable Notes

    We are not babies and we don’t learn the same way they do. These 50+ videos will give you the structure and you’ll be filling it in with vocabulary.

    Recordings With Transcript, and Key Explanations

    You’ll hear conversational Turkish right from the streets of Istanbul. You’ll see a connection between the language and Turkish culture.

    Thousands of Fun Interactive Exercises

    When you see a new word or structure, you generally forget the next day. You just need to consider this fact and repeat what you learn regularly with these exercises.

     

    Curriculum of the Course

    Unit 1: Alphabet
    1.1. Start
    1.2. Video: Alphabet  06:38 min
    1.3. Alphabet – 8 Essential Things That You Should Know
    Unit 2: A Nervous Conversation on the First Day of the Turkish Class
    2.1. Introduction: A Basic Conversation in Turkish With a Classmate 
    2.2. Audio: A Basic Conversation in Turkish With a Classmate  00:34 min
    Unit 3: Vowels and Their Harmony
    3.1. Video: Vowel Types 05:31 min
    3.2. Turkish Vowels 
    3.3. Quiz I: Turkish Vowels 
    3.4. Vowel Harmony 
    3.5. Video: Vowel Harmony – Logic Behind It 10:05 min
    3.6. Quiz II: Vowel Harmony 

    Unit 4: How to Order Turkish Coffee?
    4.1. Audio: How to Order Turkish Coffee?  00:46 min
    Unit 5: Consonant Harmony
    5.1. Video: Consonants  06:13 min
    5.2. Video: Consonant Harmony  06:31 min
    5.3. Consonant Harmony 
    5.4. Quiz: Consonant Harmony
    Unit 6: A Conversation With Police at Istanbul Airport
    6.1. Video: Var/Yok  05:27 min
    6.2. Var/Yok 
    6.3. Quiz: What’s in the Photo? 
    6.4. Audio: A Conversation With Police at the Airport  00:38 min
    Unit 7: Numbers and Question Words
    7.1. Video: Numbers and Question Words 05:50 min
    7.2. Video: Demonstrative Pronouns 03:43 min
    7.3. Quiz: Demonstrative Pronouns
    Unit 8: Talking About Your Schedule With a Friend
    8.1. Audio: Talking About Your Schedule With a Friend 00:43 min
    Unit 9: Talking About Your Family
    9.1. Video: Family 10:23 min
    9.2. Quiz: Family 
    9.3. Video: Verb ‘to be’ 
    9.4. Verb ‘to be’ 
    9.5. Quiz: Verb ‘to be’  07:27 min
    Unit 10: Chatting With Your Turkish Neighbor
    10.1. Listening: Dative Case 
    10.2. Video: Dative Case 10:33 min
    10.3. Dative Case 
    10.4. Video: Ablative Case 07:26 min
    10.5. Ablative Case 
    10.6. Quiz: Ablative Case 
    10.7. Audio: Chatting With Your Turkish Neighbor  00:42 min
    Unit 11: How to Talk About Weather
    11.1. Video: Gülüyorum 09:33 min
    11.2. Video: Gülüyorum II  04:35 min
    11.3. Present Continuous Tense 
    11.4. Listening: The Weather 
    11.5. Video: How to Talk About the Weather in Turkish 08:37 min
    11.6. Quiz: How to Talk About the Weather in Turkish
    Unit 12: Imperatives
    12.1. Listening: Imperatives 
    12.2. Video: Imperatives 06:08 min
    12.3. Quiz: Imperatives 
    Unit 13: What to Do If You Get Lost in Istanbul
    13.1. Listening: Instrumental Case 
    13.2. Video: Instrumental Case 06:55 min
    13.3. Instrumental Case 
    13.4. Quiz: Instrumental Case 
    13.5. Listening: Abilities 
    13.6. Video: Abilities  11:26 min
    13.7. Quiz: Abilities 
    13.8. Audio: What to Do If You Get Lost in Istanbul  00:48 min
    Unit 14: Comparatives and Superlatives
    14.1. Video: Genitive Case  06:41 min
    14.2. Listening: Genitive Case 
    14.3. Quiz: Genitive Case 
    14.4. Genitive Case
    14.5. Video: Comparatives and Superlatives 05:19 min
    14.6. Quiz: Comparatives and Superlatives 
    Unit 15: Talking About Your Holiday in Antalya
    15.1. Audio: Talking About Your Holiday in Antalya  00:52 min
    15.2. Video: Past Tense 06:22 min
    15.3. Video: Past Tense 2 09:09 min
    15.4. Quiz: Past Tense 
    15.5. Past Tense 
    15.6. Video: Conjunctions 11:36 min
    15.7. Quiz: Conjunctions 
    Unit 16: Turkey’s Neighboring Countries
    16.1. Video: Accusative Case 10:01 min
    16.2. Quiz: Accusative Case 
    16.3. Accusative Case 
    16.4. Video: Directions and Neighboring Countries  07:43 min
    Unit 17: What Can You Do After You Are Fluent in Turkish?
    17.1. Audio: What Can You Do After You Are Fluent in Turkish  00:52 min
    17.2. Listening: Future Tense 
    17.3. Video: Future Tense 07:38 min
    17.4. Quiz: Future Tense
    17.5. Future Tense 
    Unit 18: Original and Cheap Souvenir Ideas From Turkey
    18.1. Audio: Buying Original and Cheap Souvenirs From Turkey  01:07 min
    Unit 19: Getting to Asian Side By Ferry
    19.1. Audio: Getting to Asian Side By Ferry  00:48 min
    19.2. Video: Expressing Your Needs 08:39 min
    19.3. Quiz: Needs
    Unit 20: A Sexist Conversation in the Traffic Jam
    20.1. Audio: A Sexist Conversation in the Traffic Jam 01:02 min
    20.2. Listening: Aorist 
    20.3. Video: Aorist  11:22 min
    20.4. Quiz: Aorist 
    20.5. Aorist
    Unit 21: Going to the Street Bazaar
    21.1. Audio: Going to the Pazar 01:00 min
    21.2. Video: Conditionals 06:41 min
    21.3. Quiz: Conditionals
    Unit 22: Princes’ Island from an old Greek Istanbulian
    22.1. Audio: Princes’ Island from an old Greek Istanbulian  01:24 min
    22.2. Video: Used to 08:35 min
    22.3. Quiz: Used to 
    Unit 23: What Changes in Expat’s Life After Moving to Istanbul
    23.1. Video: When-After-Before 09:29 min
    23.2. Quiz: When-After-Before
    23.3. Audio: What Changes in Expat’s Life After Moving to Istanbul  01:08 min
    Unit 24: Taking Your Pet to a Vet in Turkey
    24.1. Audio: Taking Your Pet to a Vet in Turkey 01:04 min
    24.2. Video: Reported Past Tense 11:21 min
    24.3. Quiz: Reported Past Tense
    24.4. Reported Past Tense 
    Unit 25: Going to a Meyhane in Beşiktaş to Drink Rakı
    25.1. Audio: Going to a Meyhane in Beşiktaş to Drink Rakı 00:48 min
    25.2. Video: Unreal Conditional 07:25 min
    25.3. Quiz: Unreal Conditional 
    25.4. Video: Unreal Past Conditional 05:48 min
    25.5. Quiz: Unreal Past Conditional 
    Unit 26: Conditionals (Cont’d)
    26.1. Video: Conditionals (Cont’d) 06:49 min
    Unit 27: How to Return an Item?
    27.1. Audio: How to Return an Item? 00:55 min
    27.2. Video: Past Perfect Tense 11:09 min
    27.3. Quiz: Past Perfect Tense 
    Unit 28: How to Order Kebap Over the Phone?
    28.1. Introduction: How to Order Kebap Over the Phone?
    28.2. Audio: How to Order Kebap Over the Phone? 01:20 min
    Unit 29: How to Order Food on yemeksepeti.com?
    29.1. Introduction: How to order food on yemeksepeti.com? 
    29.2. Audio: How to order food on yemeksepeti.com? 01:07 min
    Unit 30: Showing Your Photo Album to Your Friend
    30.1. Introduction: Showing Your Photo Album to Your Friend
    30.2. Audio: Showing Your Photo Album to Your Friend  01:16 min
    Unit 31: Big Istanbul Earthquake and What to Have in an Earthquake Bag
    31.1. Audio: Big Istanbul Earthquake 01:00 min
    31.2. Video: Past Continuous Tense 09:32 min
    31.3. Quiz: Past Continuous Tense
    Unit 32: Calling for a Çilingir
    32.1. Video: Future in the Past 08:25 min
    32.2. Quiz: Future in the Past
    32.3. Audio: What to Do If You Get Locked Out  00:47 min
    Unit 33: Looking For a Job as an Expat
    33.1. Audio: Looking For a Job as an Expat  01:14 min
    33.2. Video: Participles 08:27 min
    33.3. Quiz: Participles
    Unit 34: Abilities in the Past
    34.1. Video: Abilities in the Past 06:29 min
    34.2. Quiz: Abilities in the Past
    Unit 35: Real Problems of Turkish Students
    35.1. Audio: Real Problems of Turkish Students 00:54 min
    35.2. Video: Abilities in the Reported Past Tense 05:24 min
    35.3. Quiz: Abilities in the RPT 
    Unit 36: Abilities in the Future
    36.1. Video: Abilities in the Future 07:40 min
    36.2. Quiz: Abilities in the Future
    Unit 37: Museum Card – Enter All the Museums Really Cheap
    37.1. Introduction: Museum Card
    37.2. Audio: Museum Card 01:20 min
    Unit 38: Talking to the Hotel Receptionist
    38.1. Introduction: Talking to the Hotel Receptionist 
    38.2. Audio: Talking to the Hotel Receptionist  01:54 min
    Unit 39: Professions and What Do They Do?
    39.1. Introduction: Professions and What Do They Do?
    39.2. Audio: Professions and What Do They Do? 01:39 min
    Unit 40: Taking a Taxi to the Istanbul Airport
    40.1. Introduction: Taking a Taxi to the Istanbul Airport 
    40.2. Audio: Taking a Taxi to the Istanbul Airport  01:32 min
    Unit 41: Buying Meds in Pharmacy
    41.1. Introduction: Buying Meds in Pharmacy 
    41.2. Audio: Buying Meds in Pharmacy 01:20 min
    Unit 42: Buying Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Manav
    42.1. Introduction: Buying Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Manav 
    42.2. Audio: Buying Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Manav 01:21 min
    Unit 43: Buying Cinema Tickets
    43.1. Introduction: Buying Cinema Tickets
    43.2. Audio: Buying Cinema Tickets  01:13 min
    Unit 44: Ask Someone Out in Turkish
    44.1. Introduction: Ask Someone Out in Turkish 
    44.2. Audio: Ask Someone Out in Turkish 01:24 min
    Unit 45: How to Find a Book in the Library?
    45.1. Introduction: How to Find a Book in the Library?
    45.2. Audio: How to Find a Book in the Library?  02:04 min
    Unit 46: Turkish You Need When Driving a Car
    46.1. Audio: Driving a Car in Turkish  00:50 min
    Unit 47: Make Friends in the University
    47.1. Introduction: Make Friends in the University
    47.2. Audio: Make Friends in the University 01:25 min
    Unit 48: How to Order Food in a Restaurant?
    48.1. Introduction: How to Order Food in a Restaurant?
    48.2. Audio: How to order food in a Restaurant? 01:40 min
    Unit 49: Shopping in Fatih
    49.1. Introduction: Shopping in Fatih
    49.2. Audio: Shopping in Fatih 01:53 min
    Unit 50: Erasmus Program – Going to Turkey to Study
    50.1. Introduction: Erasmus Program
    50.2. Audio: Erasmus Program  00:56 min
    Unit 51: Talking About Food at a Restaurant
    51.1. Introduction: Talking About Food at a Restaurant
    51.2. Audio: Talking About Food at a Restaurant  01:40 min
    Unit 52: How to Find a Flat in Emlakçı
    52.1. Introduction: How to Find a Flat in Emlakçı 
    52.2. Audio: How to Find a Flat in Emlakçı 01:42 min
    Unit 53: Turkish Coffee Fortune Telling (Extra Audios)
    53.1. Audio: Turkish Coffee Fortune Telling 01:59 min
    53.2. Audio: How to Find Ayasofya Museum 01:16 min
    53.3. Audio: Understanding Food Recipes  01:27 min
    53.4. The End 

     

     
     

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