Learn Turkish THE EASY WAY! | 2000+ Easy Turkish Sentences

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Reşat Ören

Reşat Ören

Жыл бұрын

If you want to learn Turkish in an easy way, this video is just perfect for you! I have been teaching various languages for years and I have seen that people struggle with Turkish grammar. Especially because the root of the Turkish language is not European, it is hard for foreigners with European native languages to learn. In this video we're focusing on basic everyday Turkish sentences and how to use them. As I said in my previous videos, Turkish is an agglutinative language which means we add suffix and prefixes to the word stem rather than adding words to a sentence. This seems especially hard for foreigners but no worries! I'm making it as easy as possible without giving you too much grammar. After watching this video you will able to use more than 2000 different Turkish sentences!
When posting videos about Turkish I will always put emphasis on how to learn it especially taking the language culture into account.
If you want to learn Turkish and understand the Turkish language and its logic, you definitely need to watch this video till the end.
A lot of people around the world have been wanting to learn Turkish because of Turkish TV series.
On my channel I am explaining the key elements of the structure of Turkish, how it is used and what the main similarities and differences between Turkish and English (and other European languages) are. If you are a beginner and want to start learning English and don't know where to start, I'll show how to learn Turkish fast by firstly understanding the language culture and structure. Since Turkish is an agglutinative language, people struggle thinking in Turkish and therefore might learn the grammar because it is rather easy but the usage in everyday conversation can be quite different.
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Reşat Ören
Reşat Ören Жыл бұрын
There's a tiny mistake at 5:38. It has to be "Yürüyorsun" (Second person singular), not "Yürüyosun".
Arda ŞEN
Arda ŞEN 26 күн бұрын
@Feyza K. Yorum silinmiş hoş kelimeler kifayetsiz ne desem boş ulaşmak istersen chiliagonn yaz çıkar
Feyza K.
Feyza K. 28 күн бұрын
@Arda ŞEN çok ama çok sevindim... Hayırlı uğurlu olsun inşallah.. Deprem bölgesindeyim, güzel şeyler duymaya ihtiyacım var bu yüzden bu yazdığın beni gülümsetti😊 Çok mutlu oldum senin adına 🙏🏻
Arda ŞEN
Arda ŞEN 28 күн бұрын
@Feyza K. Alt tarafı bir KZbin yorumu dersin di mi :) baksana, aklımda kalmış. Yaklaşık iki sene önce DEU Dilbilim'i kazanmıştım, bugünse müt ter çap başvurumun kabulü oldu. İyi dileklerinin itici güç olduğunu söylemek istedim.
Rabi natural lifestyle
Rabi natural lifestyle 10 ай бұрын
Thanks for great presentation 👍
Ibrahim shaikh
Ibrahim shaikh Жыл бұрын
Sir thanks
Gessy Just Another Italian in Japan
Gessy Just Another Italian in Japan Жыл бұрын
How beautiful the Turkish language is! ♥️
Ashab Ай бұрын
Korku kokusu
Korku kokusu 3 ай бұрын
@Ali Eren Elmas help me learn turkish
AFTAAB GAMING 6 ай бұрын
@Ali Eren Elmas Yes dear i really need your help 🥺❤️
Reza Grans
Reza Grans 9 ай бұрын
Derrick Жыл бұрын
Simrat Mann
Simrat Mann Жыл бұрын
This is the best channel for learning Turkish . You teach so good .I loved the way you try to relate everything with other languages as well . Plss post more of such videos . Çok teşekkür ederim 😊😊
Sude Soydan
Sude Soydan 3 ай бұрын
Where are you from if you are native in english we can help each other to practice you can practice english with me and sometimes we can speak english together
Rick Noelle
Rick Noelle 5 ай бұрын
Çok ama çok
Bea. Жыл бұрын
Keep making videos related to the Turkish language, they're helpful indeed 😊 please do make a video on tenses in Turkish 🥰
@Ali Eren Elmas olm bütün yorumların altındasın. Yeter artık sal
Ali Eren Elmas
Ali Eren Elmas Жыл бұрын
I'm a native speaker. If you want i can help you. I also need to improve my English.
Fay Hooper @tatamic95
Fay Hooper @tatamic95 Жыл бұрын
I was born in England to Cypriot parents and so watch your videos to improve my Turkish. When I went on holiday to Turkey, many people commented not on my accent but on my diction which was thought to be old-fashioned and polite. I however would like to sound more current and everyday native. Please could you do a video on Turkish contractions and formal to informal language usage. For example: bir - bi; değil mi - demi. I think I'm pronouncing every letter, a little like Zeki Müren, rather than being fluid in my speech. BTW, your English accent is fantastic, as too are your clear, well constructed videos. 👏👏👏
Fay Hooper @tatamic95
Fay Hooper @tatamic95 Жыл бұрын
@Öykü Dinçkol Thank you for giving me confidence. Sounds like my English of 'do not know, don't know, dunno' depending on my audience!! 🤭
Öykü Dinçkol
Öykü Dinçkol Жыл бұрын
@Fay Hooper @tatamic95 Native speaker here. I use dime, demi, dimi hfhf 😅
Zülal Bebek
Zülal Bebek Жыл бұрын
@Fay Hooper @tatamic95 I hope one day your wish will come true ♥︎
Fay Hooper @tatamic95
Fay Hooper @tatamic95 Жыл бұрын
@Zülal Bebek Thank you. I appreciate the time you took to comment. Hopefully, one day I may be speaking like a native.
Zülal Bebek
Zülal Bebek Жыл бұрын
Actually, you didn't say anything wrong. There are people who say "demi" for "değil mi", but many people also say "dimi" (but those who say "demi" can be more than those who say "dimi". Perhaps the reason for the slight differences in the use of this phrase may be that people live in different regions of Turkey ) Obviously I hear both a lot. If you say "dimi" to someone whose native language is Turkish, I don't think it would be a problem
Ramla Mohamed
Ramla Mohamed Жыл бұрын
Am learning Turkish and already know all these but still watching this, that explains how much I love this channel
Nur Ain Amani
Nur Ain Amani Жыл бұрын
@jason .R be my friend too hahahaha I’m currently taking turkish classes but really am just a beginner
jason .R
jason .R Жыл бұрын
@Mehmet Gözüküçük can you help me in learning turkish please I can't find any turkish friends :)
Mehmet Gözüküçük
Mehmet Gözüküçük Жыл бұрын
I am a native Turkish speaker but I still watch this video ,how about that 😂😂
Eren Saygı
Eren Saygı Жыл бұрын
@Lew Mamo where is this language from i heard it first time now
loooveismusic8 11 ай бұрын
I visited Istanbul twice a few years ago. I'm originally from Iran. Since my visit my mom got me addicted to Turkish series. Hahahaha. I've always been a lover of languages so I started learning Turkish. Originally I was watching them subtitled, but I finally got to a stage where I now understand 98 to 100% of the Turkish spoken in most series. I think it was easier for me to learn Turkish because of two main reasons. One being that Farsi has tons of words in common with Turkish, and the other is just my love of languages. Your videos are great and I love how you clearly pronounce and enunciate. However if you wouldn't mind me making a friendly suggestion, as much as it is nice to get more content in a shorter video, I think for people who are learning it is nicer to have a teacher that slows down a bit when they are going over the material. Thank you for the great work you do and I wish you a lovely spring and summer ahead. 🌷🙏🙂
gwho Жыл бұрын
This one video covers so much basic parts of the language that leaves the watcher with a lot of very practical knowledge and usage! and it's so compact, and very logically organized! THIS is what makes a good language video. Very refreshing, after coming from so many language videos that don't actually teach you a single thing! like really.
Hep yabancılara Türkçe öğrenmek sondan eklemeli diye zorlandıklarını söylerlerdi fakat bizim ana dilimiz olduğu için bize garip gelirdi. Ama bu videoyu izlediğimde onları anlaya biliyoru.
Giselle Gigliotti
Giselle Gigliotti 24 күн бұрын
Love your lessons! Now I can say I am really learning Turkish. Thank you
Patty Moon 🌝 🌙
Patty Moon 🌝 🌙 Жыл бұрын
Oh this makes so much sense! The pronunciation is the hardest for me but I’m following the structure of the language. Thank you 🙏
Leah Marie Ezra
Leah Marie Ezra Жыл бұрын
This is great. In the Southern US where we have a connection to Scottish and English ancestry, we say some similar things. We say “Take it Easy” when we leave a place. In the Evangelical Christian Church, we often pray to “bless the hands that prepared the food.” Mothers and sometimes teachers make that tsk-tsk sound that means “stop it,” “cut it out,” or “no”.
Exynomeus Жыл бұрын
Funny thing is that being a Turkish Phrase too xD
The Turkish Heart
The Turkish Heart Жыл бұрын
I already knew these but this video was a great refresher bu yüzden lütfen daha fazlasını yap hocam.😊
Lyrics Machine
Lyrics Machine Жыл бұрын
Abi almancayı da böyle anlatsan çok güzel olur bu şekilde çok anlaşılır yabancılara çektiğin kıyağı bize de çek ya
Sajda Жыл бұрын
Almanca ögrenmek cok pratik gerektiriyor, cünkü o kadar karmasik bir dil ki. Mesela "Artikel"ler gelisi güzel ve bazen eyaletten eyalete veya Almanya, Isvicre, Avusturya arasinda farkli kullaniliyor. Bircok Alman bile karistirabiliyor. Bu yüzden günlük kullanimini gözlemlemek cok önemli, bu sayede asinalik kazanip ezber yapabilirsin. Imkanin varsa Almanca (dublajli da olur) dizi veya film izlemeni öneririm. Tabii bilgi seviyene göre alt yazili veya alt yazisiz olabilir.
Feyza K.
Feyza K. Жыл бұрын
@Serhtrd hayır Rıfat Karlıova degil. Politikaları da okumadım neyse önemli değil.
Serhtrd Жыл бұрын
@Feyza K. Rıfat Karlıova bahsettiğin kişi biliyorum. Politikaları okuduysan anlattığım olayı anlamışsındır. Senin bahsettiğin mantığa göre Tüm KZbin kanalları İngilizce seçeneğine geçer ve Amerika'ya ya da Almanca'ya geçer Almanya'ya hitap etmeye başlar. Neden daha çok kar etmek için. Ama işte KZbin'un uyguladığı ekonomi politikasının da sebebi bunun önüne geçmektir.
Feyza K.
Feyza K. Жыл бұрын
@SerhtrdKorede yasayan Türk bir youtuber anlatmıştı bunu ve orada aynı zamanda televizyoncu da. Bu sektörde olan biri daha iyi bilir diye düşünüyorum. Durumun böyle olduğunu öğrenince artik Türklere degil de Korelilere yönelik içerik hazırlamaya başlamıştı.
Serhtrd Жыл бұрын
@Feyza K. KZbin'da böyle bir politika yok, kendinde politikalarını okuyabilirsin. Fiyatlandırmayı bulunduğun konuma göre yapıyor. Örneğin Türkiye'de ortalama her 1000 izlenmede 3-4 dolar arası veriyor. Yani kanalının hangi konumda etkinlik gösterdiği önemli.
Julnar Jul
Julnar Jul Жыл бұрын
I didn't learn Turkish but I know What you're explaining in this video already by acquisition from Turkish series..I never thought about grammar..I find learning the grammar after knowing the basics is much better than the reverse.. Thank you I love your videos so much 🌸🌸🌸
Sapphireia Жыл бұрын
Agreed! Many people get too stuck on grammar.
Mahan abl
Mahan abl 11 ай бұрын
Thank you❤, this video has taught me millions of times better than my former typical Turkish classes
Lias Bücherwelt
Lias Bücherwelt Жыл бұрын
I like your videos a lot, allthough it's a bit more complicate for me to follow because I am from Germany and do speak English, but still have to translate from English into German and then into Turkish. But it works most of the time. Great job and thank you for that. :-)
fiorella crucilla
fiorella crucilla Жыл бұрын
Thanks to you I’m very motivated to learn this beautiful language. I hope you’re going to continue it! Thanks 🇹🇷♥️
@natenatters Жыл бұрын
Wow! Very helpful. I am learning Turkish on Duolingo, but this video gives me more confidence on how these sentences fit together. Thanks!
ana smadici
ana smadici 7 ай бұрын
Good teaching technics!
Marko Gacevic
Marko Gacevic 10 ай бұрын
You are my favorite Turkish teacher abi! Thank you so much! Videos are very useful.
JoleReplicaツ 3 ай бұрын
As a German, I find the alphabet and pronounciation pretty familiar, so that is not hard for me. I am just trying to find some way to learn turkish in my free time while I also do my German homeschooling for the "Realschulabschluss". I live in Turkey since late July this year and I can see that the English language and/or German language will not help me 100% of the time, so I want to learn turkish pretty fluently so I can communicate with more people. I appreciate that you take your time to teach many people out there the Turkish language, I really need to know it and from others who speak Turkish it is pretty easy, easier than German at least. Thank you very much!
Variety n More
Variety n More Жыл бұрын
Love the way you explained .. made it way easier.. cant wait for more 'learn turkish' videos))
Eric Kephart
Eric Kephart 3 ай бұрын
I like your style, and it's totally helping with my pronunciation! And thanks for all the useful tips and explanations, I've begun studying Turkish because I have so many Turkish students (I'm an ESL teacher) and I love throwing in some Turkish, it helps them understand I'm learning a new language and can sympathize with them in learning English! And well, I love languages!
Sandra Maher
Sandra Maher Жыл бұрын
One thing that I do not hear you mention is that to learn and use a language, you need to learn about the culture. Which I find adds the flavour of the culture to the words we are trying to say. Thank you again 🌹👏🌹
corinna007 Жыл бұрын
Finnish does the same thing where they often shorten or omit the pronouns because of the verb conjugations. It's also an agglutinative language, so there are probably a lot of other similarities in how grammar works.
mustafa un
mustafa un 2 ай бұрын
Yes they are similarly constructed.
hlenabydarkestrock09 8 ай бұрын
I loooooove the way you explain things, your Turkish content is my fav ✨
T J Жыл бұрын
Love your videos! Just what I was looking for, everything is clear and to the point! 👍👍👍
Mariaelena Montoya
Mariaelena Montoya Жыл бұрын
I would like to speak Turkish but it is not easy to learn it. I am a Spanish speaker and I’m trying my best. Muchas gracias por darnos la oportunidad de aprender🙏❤️
Armita Rzn.
Armita Rzn. Жыл бұрын
Turkish and persian have a lot lot in common ! So it's really easy for me to learn Turkish Thanks for this awesome lesson
Khaled Badran
Khaled Badran Жыл бұрын
So i am new to turkey and i am taking courses and you are pushing me more and improving my Turkish more better thanks for that alot!!
Akshara Agarwal
Akshara Agarwal Жыл бұрын
I can't explain ,how much grateful I am feeling right now towards you! Çok Teşekkürler ! ♥️
Keletso Mokone
Keletso Mokone Жыл бұрын
Thank you so much for these videos🙏🏾. Make more, don't stop I'm starting to get a hang on this, I don't want to lose my momentum. You're an awesome teacher👍🏾. Tesekkurler ederim 🙏🏾
Keletso Mokone
Keletso Mokone Жыл бұрын
@Ali Eren Elmas okay, but you seem to be very good in English already. This should be fun🙂
Yehet Ohorat
Yehet Ohorat Жыл бұрын
@Keletso Mokone you’re welcome
Keletso Mokone
Keletso Mokone Жыл бұрын
@Yehet Ohorat oh, ok... Thank you🙂
Yehet Ohorat
Yehet Ohorat Жыл бұрын
“Teşekkür ederim” means “thank you” and “teşekkürler” means “thanks” so “Teşekkürler ederim” is wrong
Ali Eren Elmas
Ali Eren Elmas Жыл бұрын
My main language is Turkish. I can help you if you want. I also need to improve my English. In this way, we both developed our language.
Zeynep Lok
Zeynep Lok Жыл бұрын
Sinava cok az bir sure kaldi... girecek olan herkese basarilar umarim hedefledigimiz yerlere geliriz💕
İkra Жыл бұрын
Hadi bakiiimm sınavın nasıl geçti
Zeynep Lok
Zeynep Lok Жыл бұрын
@effy020 - kacinilmaz yol,sinav bitene kadar :)
effy020 -
effy020 - Жыл бұрын
offf burada bile yks çıldırıcam
Mert Hocanın dinlendirici gözlüğü vol.23
Mert Hocanın dinlendirici gözlüğü vol.23 Жыл бұрын
Şevval Жыл бұрын
Teşekkürler umarım sende güzel bir yer kazanabilirsin. Sınav yüzünden ingilizceye pek bakamıyorum zaten :((
Ayman Haza'a
Ayman Haza'a Жыл бұрын
I'm learning so much about the Turkish language in your vids, man! And gotta say... Hearing you speak in English is like music to my ears. I'll be looking out for your next video!
Ayman Haza'a
Ayman Haza'a Жыл бұрын
@Ali Eren Elmas I'd love that, but how are we gonna do that exactly? My mother tongue is Arabic by the way!
Ali Eren Elmas
Ali Eren Elmas Жыл бұрын
My main language is Turkish. I can help you if you want. I also need to improve my English. In this way, we both developed our language.
Generation of the world
Generation of the world Жыл бұрын
OMG! - What I'm seeing?! This is what I was wanting for. Finally got. Thank you Mr. Reşat - Plz create a new channel for learning Turkish 🇹🇷 - I'm %100 sure you'll be successful ❤️.
Ibrahim Mosa
Ibrahim Mosa Жыл бұрын
@Ali Eren Elmas I am ready
Generation of the world
Generation of the world Жыл бұрын
@Ali Eren Elmas . Ok! This is my new Facebook account: ( Güzel Akıl ) facebook.com/turkish.language11
Ali Eren Elmas
Ali Eren Elmas Жыл бұрын
My main language is Turkish. I can help you if you want. I also need to improve my English. In this way, we both developed our language.
Yolanda Garcia
Yolanda Garcia Жыл бұрын
I’m just starting and trying to learn the Turkish language or at least to recognize what some words mean. I’ve been watching Turkish series for some time now which I love. I’m gonna try to learn what ever I can from you, I went out and bought a Turkish Dictionary to help me at least understand some words I hear.
kuwe Жыл бұрын
If you're still thinking about learning Turkish, I can help. I want to improve my English, too. Can we work together?
Feyza K.
Feyza K. Жыл бұрын
Nasıl bu kadar akıcı ve güzel konuşabiliyorsun 😭😭
Nardos Mekonnen
Nardos Mekonnen Жыл бұрын
I already know all of these but the way he explained it was just ...mükemel...I wish I had this when I was a beginner
Ali Eren Elmas
Ali Eren Elmas Жыл бұрын
My main language is Turkish. I can help you if you want. I also need to improve my English. In this way, we both developed our language.
Fazia lado
Fazia lado Жыл бұрын
Thank's a lot i can finally say that i found a great turkish teacher to guide me into mastering this language ..i hope u are never leaving us alone 🙏🏼
nora0o Жыл бұрын
Thank you for making these video's, it helps me a lot. You explain everything very clearly
Oğuzhan BAŞAR
Oğuzhan BAŞAR Жыл бұрын
Great video! Just one thing to fix, those time words doesn't necessarily placed at the beginning of the sentence. In Turkish, you put the word you want to emphasize just before the verb. Şimdi okula gidiyorsun. - > You're going to SCHOOL now. Okula şimdi gidiyorsun. - > You're going to school NOW.
Jenxevernano - Jensdiziland
Jenxevernano - Jensdiziland Жыл бұрын
Thank you Resat!! I'm learning sooo much with these videos!
Bill Rizos
Bill Rizos 3 ай бұрын
The reality is that Turkish is a difficult language to learn. There are various reasons for it: 1. It belongs to the fast spoken languages. 2. It conjugates words, creating big ones, thus giving little time to think and formulate them. 3. The main verb is found in the last position of the sentence. If you get caught up in the middle of the sentence and miss the verb, you have lost the meaning. 4. The meaning starts at the beginning of the sentence, then moves to the end where the main verb lays, and comes from there to the beginning!
kc WorldWideWanderer
kc WorldWideWanderer Жыл бұрын
I've just started watching your videos and am finding your method of teaching brillant. Somehow, it is resonating with me. Harika!
Rupali Mhatre
Rupali Mhatre Жыл бұрын
Super. I love Turkish language very much and started learning the same. Enjoying the learning process. Thanks for this very useful video
x.acilégna.x Жыл бұрын
EXCELENTE VIDEOOOOOO🤩🤩 I'm a Spanish native speaker and I'm learning Turkishhhh this is so helpful thank u Reş❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
El Don Canadiense
El Don Canadiense 2 ай бұрын
One if the best learn Turkish videos I have ever seen. Keep them coming please.
Begüm Günsür
Begüm Günsür Жыл бұрын
arkadaslarimla birlikte bir platform kurduk ve turk kulturunu anlatip basit bir sekilde turkce ogretiyorduk. Tabiki cok bir ogretim bilgimiz olmadigi icin fazla ilerleyemiyoruz ama senin videolarini izlettik ve bize ne kadar yardimci oldugunu tahminn bile edemezsin ve cok guzel bir seye vesile oluyosunn love youu (244 yabanci 40 turkuz)
Richard Young
Richard Young Жыл бұрын
such a great teacher, thank you very much, and please keep the videos coming!
Restoration Operators- Lisa Scherrer
Restoration Operators- Lisa Scherrer Жыл бұрын
You are a favorite! Love these videos. Very helpful and interesting!
Ridhwana Khan
Ridhwana Khan Жыл бұрын
Hey Reş! Lütfen Lütfen lütfen more content for us guys learning Turkish. I like your style arkadaşım 😊
Happy Girls
Happy Girls Жыл бұрын
Türkçe öğrenmek için yapılmış bir video. Ama ben ingilzice öğreniyorum. Kanal çok yönlü. Teşekkürlerrr❤️
kime ne
kime ne Жыл бұрын
Heather Londian
Heather Londian Жыл бұрын
Love your Learn Turkish Videos Please keep making them.
cloudy_art Жыл бұрын
Please make a video about Turkish alphabets as well. 😃💚
Love turkish!! I still don’t speak but I really like it! Bu video icin Tesekkur ederim. Gracias ☺️
ivanaki2810 Жыл бұрын
Greetings from Greece!i am learning Turkish!
Mi Nina
Mi Nina Жыл бұрын
You're the best Turkish teacher ever 💕💕💕from one video I learned what I couldn't in many weeks😍😍wish for more videos 😍😍or why not doing us a favor and teaching us till we master that language😍😍😁😁would be awesome 💕💕💕💕😍😍çok teşekkürler 💕💕💕💕
Rabi natural lifestyle
Rabi natural lifestyle 10 ай бұрын
Great explanation ❤️
starry night music
starry night music 5 ай бұрын
Thank you so much. You can teach really well . Please upload more videos about turkish language ❤
Ömür Жыл бұрын
Almanca videolarına da devam öğretmenim 🇹🇷🇩🇪🇬🇧
Ascension Valdes
Ascension Valdes Жыл бұрын
What a useful and smart lesson!!
Amrutha Mani
Amrutha Mani Жыл бұрын
This video was a good recap. Looking forward for the grammar video associating this one. 😊
Hussein Hashim
Hussein Hashim Жыл бұрын
You deserve billion thumbs up 👍 Waiting for the next Turkish videos
TRAP KING Жыл бұрын
I really want to thank you very much. It worked out very well for me:) I'm waiting for the rest of the videos
Songül topaloglu
Songül topaloglu Жыл бұрын
Kendi çapımdaTürkçe öğretmeye çalışıyorum , bu videoların çok yardımı oluyor teşekkürler. Özellikle kuralları İngilizce açıklama kısmında.Sağoooolllll:)))Diğer videolarını da çok severek takip ediyorum.But this serie totally practical:))).
Zilola Yusuf
Zilola Yusuf 9 ай бұрын
I'm uzbek, teach russian and english. It' s really difficult to understand turkish for russians and englishmen. I understand turkish because my native language is uzbek. In Uzbekistsn we have Khorezmian or we call it Oghuz dialect and it's even more closer to turkish. You seem like you r talking to Turk when u hear Khorezmian.
Buz Tuz
Buz Tuz 2 ай бұрын
Because we are from oghuz tribe
Marissa Haque Ikang Fawzi
Marissa Haque Ikang Fawzi Жыл бұрын
Masya Allah, so cool 🤗
frehatyu 10 ай бұрын
Мне очень нравится учить турецкий😄
Kısa Saçlı Rapunzel
Kısa Saçlı Rapunzel Жыл бұрын
Biraz ara vermiştim video izlemeye geri dönünce daha da iyi bir şeyle karşılaştım. Sadece küçük bir eleştiri; eğer biri türkçe öğreniyorsa bu videolarla türkçe söylediğin kısımlar hızlı gelebilir kulağına. 🌸🌸🎈✌
Abir Lati
Abir Lati Жыл бұрын
Vowel harmony has a simple logic but still makes me crazy. I definitely need more practice
Yrah Segovia
Yrah Segovia Жыл бұрын
I’m learning Turkish language and it’s nice to see your videos about this but can you speak slowly😉thanks and keep safe ✌🏻
Marilyn VanOs
Marilyn VanOs 7 ай бұрын
Here's a solution! Go to settings on the main screen. It looks like a gear. Click on speed and set to lower percentage of speed. You can use it for reading subtitles during complex conversation on videos as well. It's been a real help for me since discovering it watching Turkish series!
Roxanna Gülhan
Roxanna Gülhan Жыл бұрын
The more i try to learn Turkish the harder it gets, please pray for me I will learn it in the next ten years 🤣
Sayed Hossain Kingdom
Sayed Hossain Kingdom Жыл бұрын
Really helped me to learn something Turkish. I am still a Nursery student for Turkish language. Just learn few word. Cok tessekur ederim hocam.
Palestinian muslim 🇵🇸
Palestinian muslim 🇵🇸 Жыл бұрын
@YUNUS BAĞCI yo i want to practice and learn Turkish too
Sayed Hossain Kingdom
Sayed Hossain Kingdom Жыл бұрын
@YUNUS BAĞCI Ok. I wanted.
my native language is Turkish, we can practice if you want
Sayed Hossain Kingdom
Sayed Hossain Kingdom Жыл бұрын
@gokcen Tessekurler.
gokcen Жыл бұрын
good job!!
Kostadin Georgiev
Kostadin Georgiev 8 ай бұрын
Amazing! Very good work!
Ahmad The Spice Guy
Ahmad The Spice Guy Жыл бұрын
Hi. I feel turkish langsung very easy because of your video. Please continue, I'm waiting your other video to learn.
Sezer Abanoz
Sezer Abanoz Жыл бұрын
Türk olup da izlemek ayrı güzel :D
Damma Gonzales
Damma Gonzales Жыл бұрын
Cómo fue que quisiste aprender español? Y cómo fue que aprendiste español? Y cuánto tiempo te costó aprenderlo?
Damma Gonzales
Damma Gonzales Жыл бұрын
Yo estoy aprendiendo turco, pero gracias a la falta de tiempo no puedo avanzar mucho y por falta de práctica muchas cosas ya las he olvidado :/
Killua but more enthusiastic
Killua but more enthusiastic Жыл бұрын
Reşat her videon çok güzel olmak zorunda mı? Bu videoda mükemmel olmuş I love you ❤️❤️❤️
Lias Bücherwelt
Lias Bücherwelt Жыл бұрын
Can you please tell me the difference between the translation from English to German for "to go" and "to walk"? I thought, It would both be "gehen". I assume in different contexts though.
eda   ♡🎧
eda ♡🎧 Жыл бұрын
You r actually my fav KZbinr. Love your speaking style. ❣️✌🏻
Ayanokoji Kiyotaka
Ayanokoji Kiyotaka Жыл бұрын
reşat abi çoğu söylediklerini anlıyorum ama arada bi kelime falan kaçtığı oluyo benim gibi olan arkadaşlar için altyazı eklemesi yapabilir misin? tabi sana kalmış seviliyosun :)
Shahrdad 3 ай бұрын
Since your grammar is so good, maybe you can explain this. In Azeri Turkish, we never say Gidiyorum, but only Gidirim. I have wondered whether this is the the difference between simple present tense and continuous present tense, as in "I am going" versus "I go." I have wondered whether Azeri Turkish has lost its continuous present tense and only uses the simple present, the same way Germans have no way of saying "I am going" but only say, "Ich gehe." Do you ever use the form Gidirim/Gidirsen/Gidiriz, etc. in Turkish??
Mariam Selmi
Mariam Selmi Жыл бұрын
We need a video about pronunciation especially vowels in Turkish pleeeease
Die Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzung.
Die Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzung. Жыл бұрын
Vörbs :) Gitmek=to go Yürümek=to walk Koşmak=to run Oturmak=to sit Uyumak=to sleep Okumak=to read Gelmek=to come Dönmek=to turn /to come back Çıkmak= to go out /to leave Ev-eve-evde-evden Okul-okula-okulda-okuldan Otobüs- otobüse- otobüste- otobüsten Araba- arabaya - arabada - arabadan Şimdi(/şu an )=now Az sonra(/ birazdan)=shortly after Bugün=today Yarın=tomorrow
Laura Joy
Laura Joy 8 күн бұрын
Çok teşekkur ederim
Buz Tuz
Buz Tuz 2 ай бұрын
Otobüsü unutmuşsun
ayat rao
ayat rao 6 ай бұрын
thankyou so much , this helped alootttt ....as a urdu language teacher i see so much similarities with the grammar , i hope you upload that video soon which you are talking about that how to differentiate between to , from and in suffixes
Namık Umur Eronat
Namık Umur Eronat Жыл бұрын
Büyük emek harcıyorsun.. Bravo sana..
Fizzakhan Fizzakhan
Fizzakhan Fizzakhan Жыл бұрын
It’s so helpful:) teşekkür ederim 😊
DRRAMA Жыл бұрын
If you want to learn Turkish, you can watch Turkish series. Hocam aksaniniz coksel
DRRAMA Жыл бұрын
@Merve haklı gibi.. ama olsun dil için izlenir
Rosaline Thomas
Rosaline Thomas 11 ай бұрын
Baie dankie! Pragtig en baie mooi uiteengesit.
English Novels ✓
English Novels ✓ Жыл бұрын
Great video to learn turkish!
Esma Koç
Esma Koç Жыл бұрын
@Ali Eren Elmas bi git ln
Ali Eren Elmas
Ali Eren Elmas Жыл бұрын
My main language is Turkish. I can help you if you want. I also need to improve my English. In this way, we both developed our language.
Purvi Shetty
Purvi Shetty Жыл бұрын
Hi, Can you please make that grammar video explaining the why's of the suffixes. Thanks
Su_Fa Жыл бұрын
Ich habe schaue deine Videos, weil du so eine angenehme Stimme hast. Türkisch habe ich 3 Jahre an der VHS gelernt. Um nicht alles zu vergessen, sind deine Videos genau richtig. Ich verfolge auch den Kanal von Travelcomic. Das Türkisch von Franziska verstehe ich besonders gut, denn sie hat einen deutschen Akzent. Danke 🙏🏻
hisar basım bülent akıl
hisar basım bülent akıl 4 ай бұрын
Franziska'nın türkçesini ben de anlıyorum, çünkü çok tatlı 😊
twonpie Жыл бұрын
Plss more videos on learning Turkish🙏🙏🙏 Teşekkür ederim
quemino 7 ай бұрын
Çok helpful! Teşekkürler!
Diya Gupta
Diya Gupta Жыл бұрын
Please upload more videos....this is so helpful. Tesekkuler!
Ana Palacios
Ana Palacios Жыл бұрын
I love how you teach .. thanks.. a question how do you understand writing a bunch of long mixed letters, you can see those in instagram and Twitter, thanks if you can answer
Valérie Ayla
Valérie Ayla Жыл бұрын
It's awesome 👍you are a really good teacher 🧿 this is how it's done 💪 yawsss!
About Nothing
About Nothing Жыл бұрын
Reşat ağabey rica etsem sadece İngilizce konuştuğun videolar atar mısın? Kulak aşinalığı icin yararlı oluyor. 😁✍
YKS 2022🤕
YKS 2022🤕 Жыл бұрын
Çok güzel olmuş ❤️👏👏👏👏
Svetlana Kostadinova
Svetlana Kostadinova 17 күн бұрын
From first moment you are my favorite KZbin, you are good actor, interesting, with humor, person who influenced me a lot
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