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- In the simplest of terms, Turkish vowel harmony allows you to leave your mouth in a certain position for an entire word, rather than forcing you to reshape your mouth with every syllable.
- Who needs a book for vocabulary? Just use the language and you'll learn a lot! Here's how I learned Turkish comparatives and superlatives.
- Today I'll be continuing my investigation of the Turkish language with a look at the song Bu Böyle by Sertab Erener.
- Here's my quick rundown of possession (using suffixes) in Turkish grammar. It's easier than you think.
- In this post, I explain how I've been able to learn to form the Turkish past tense easily and quickly.
- ben is the Turkish first person pronoun, but like many languages with strong conjugation patterns, the subject is omitted and used for clarification or emphasis.
- In this post, I share my what I've learned about negating verbs in the Turkish language.
- If you're a newcomer to Turkish, you'll notice that Turkish is a very straightforward, phonetic language with a highly predictable stress pattern.
- I've been lurking in Turkish chat rooms, watching what happens and what people say, occasionally typing the things I see into Google Translate.
- This week I decided to learn about clothing terms in Turkish, and in doing so, to discover more about the Turkish language and its grammar. Here's what I learned.
- Ongoing action in Turkish is indicated by the -iyor ending. Here's what I've discovered about how it's used.
- The first thing I did to start the new mission this year was switch the interface language on my iPod to Turkish. And that has allowed me to make several interesting discoveries.
- Before I get into the details of how I'll be learning Turkish this year, I want to first take some time to explain why I made this choice.