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Old 4th July 2016, 19:21   #1 (permalink)
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Learning Turkish

I need some help finding a place where I can learn to speak Turkish.I live in soke and I drive with own car,so I can get around easily.
I need to learn a good standard,so I can converse.
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Re: Learning Turkish

Well why not do it via Skype , I am having lessons with Tunci a member on here.
The lessons can be made when ever you are free and cost 10euros per hour.
The lessons are for both beginners and some more advanced .
Really nice guy that will give you confidence (Go for it)
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Re: Learning Turkish

ım sure theres a school here ın kusadasi--have a look on kusadasibız .com forum search engıne top rıght of the page
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The Duo lingo app is really helpful too. Xx
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Thankyou,but really would rather learn talking with someone,also good chance to make new friends
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Re: Learning Turkish

Befriend a local, take up offers of cay, carry a Turkish/English dictionary. I have learnt more Turkish by mixing with my neighbours here in NC, living in a village location, than I ever learned in a more touristy area in Turkey. Yes, it is awkward at first because your vocabulary is so limited but over time it will expand. Good luck, give it time, and it will eventually start to drop into place. xx
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