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    Default Turkish language resources

    For those who want to learn Turkish, here are some websites on Turkish language:


    http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_learning_group_3
    http://www.cromwell-intl.com/turkish/
    http://turkish.pgeorgalas.gr/ConjugationSetEn.asp
    http://linguistics.concordia.ca/turk...els/index.html

    For Spanish speakers: http://www.linguaturca.com.br/index....alfabeto-turco




    Turkish Alphabet and pronunciation of the letters:

    [YOUTUBE]Mbih4AJBIcs[/YOUTUBE]



    Dictionary : http://www.seslisozluk.net/

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    I want to learn turkish seems easy,i already understand 25% of the words
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaRose View Post
    I want to learn turkish seems easy,i already understand 25% of the words
    how? because its in bosniak too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaRose View Post
    I want to learn turkish seems easy,i already understand 25% of the words
    Basic Turkish speech would be easy to learn but it`s really difficult to learn Turkish in advance level and speak properly.

    100s of different suffixes and letter changes in the words when you attach them would probably overwhelm you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dengizik View Post
    how? because its in bosniak too?
    not only bosnian,others have turkish words too
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    I actually think albanians,macedonians and bulgarians have more turkish words than we
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    Btw i checked this website before and this is the best i have seen for learning Turkish;

    http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/about.htm


    Quote Originally Posted by LunaRose View Post
    I actually think albanians,macedonians and bulgarians have more turkish words than we
    As far as i read, Macedonians have about similar number of Turkish words with you Bosnians and Serbs.

    Bulgarians had the same number of words with you before but they eliminated more Turkish words than you and replaced those with Russian ones after 1880s.

    I am sure Albanians have 1000 or so Turkish words but not as many as you guys have.

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    thanks. i want to learn Turkish.

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