Most Common 50 Verbs in Turkish - Part 1

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3 жыл бұрын

Merhaba arkadaşlar,
In this video, you will learn the most common 25 Turkish verbs that will make your life a lot easier when talking in Turkish and expressing yourself better. What method do you use to remember the vocabulary? Let us know in the comments below!
This is the first video of 'The Top 50 Verbs in Turkish'. Click below to check out part 2.
• Most Common 50 Verbs i...
00:00 - Intro
00:30 - Verbs
14:56 - Summary
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Turkishle 3 жыл бұрын
Can you make a few sentences with the verbs that you learned in this video?
Bhakti-Man 2 жыл бұрын
videosunu izleyeceğim
Kuzey Efe Tilki
Kuzey Efe Tilki 2 жыл бұрын
Yarın alışveriş merkezine gidip bişeyler aldıktan sonra çıkıp yine aynı koltuğa ve aynı bilgisayarın başına oturup aynı kanalın aynı videosunu izlerken ''acaba koronamıyım ?" diye düşünmek istiyorum. (yeterli mi ?)
landofw56 2 жыл бұрын
Aziza Kwileka
Aziza Kwileka 2 жыл бұрын
1. şu anda sana konuşmak istemiyorum.
Elizabeth Peramos
Elizabeth Peramos 8 ай бұрын
I am Greek and i learn Turkish . You are awesome teach us 3 tenses, past- present - future . Beautiful language . You ve done great job, keep it up ! The best video for Turkish. Easy, simple , funny
Turkishle 8 ай бұрын
Glad that you enjoyed Elizabeth!🤗
Ратмир Новиков
Ратмир Новиков Ай бұрын
Да это точно
Mitra Kholousi
Mitra Kholousi 2 жыл бұрын
You won't believe how happy I am to have found your videos on KZbin. It's very easy to learn Turkish from you. You are very professional and your lessons are straightforward. Thank you for recommending the Bookbox. I've been looking for exactly such a thing for a long time. God bless you!
Zwiedzamy. 2 жыл бұрын
I learned a lot from your video's, really. Verbs in different tenses and example sentences - great 👍 You've put a lot of work into the preparation of this video, but it's high level 👏
Danielle Mica Junsay
Danielle Mica Junsay 6 ай бұрын
Merhaba Can! House of the Dragon here 🐉 I am from Philippines 🇵🇭 and currently self-studying Turkish language, your videos and PDFs are really helpful for me. Çok teşekkürler!
Turkishle 6 ай бұрын
Keep working Danielle! We are glad it was helpful! 🤩
Mamedali Rasulzade
Mamedali Rasulzade 10 ай бұрын
Thank you for your lessons. I realize that there are so many new words which I, as Azeri, should learn to speak Turkish. I highly appreciate your contribution.
Justsingit 2 жыл бұрын
Thanks alot for this and your efforts in helping others like myself get better in speaking Turkish. You deserve more recognition. You're like, the best actually
Turkishle 2 жыл бұрын
Thanks Maimo! Glad you found the video helpful :)
Kat J
Kat J 2 жыл бұрын
I second that. This is so well made and also fun to watch + practical examples 👌🏻
Lisa Loewen
Lisa Loewen 2 ай бұрын
I am learning turkish using an app called Duolingo, and also watching your videos, the videos help me tie it all together better. Thank you for sharing these videos. You are an amazing teacher 😊
Turkishle 2 ай бұрын
Thank you soo much! Glad you think so! 🤩
Mohd Nayal
Mohd Nayal 2 жыл бұрын
Bu olağanüstü çabanız için çok teşekkür ederim. Gelecek için, yeni fiiller sunarken diğer şahıs zamirlerini örneklerinizde kullanmak için elinizden gelenin en iyisini yapın. Bunu yaparak, tanıtılan zamanlarla kullanıldığında öğrencilerin diğer zamirlerin kullanımında ustalaşmasına yardımcı olursunuz. Saygılarımla.
Turkishle 2 жыл бұрын
Rica ederim! Beğendiğinize sevindim :) Diğer videolarda önerilerinizi dikkate alacağım.
Vanessa Evans
Vanessa Evans 2 жыл бұрын
Hi, you are a good teacher. So when will you teach us the mysteries of the Turkish suffixes. The more help I get , the better 🥴
Paulina Martinez
Paulina Martinez 2 жыл бұрын
Yes please
Miss L
Miss L 2 жыл бұрын
evet lutfen☹️☹️
shima 2 жыл бұрын
Nikki Bassindale
Nikki Bassindale 2 жыл бұрын
Evet lütfen
Wafikiri 6 ай бұрын
Hello. I noticed something strange with one of the first verbs: bilmek. The simple past tense for the first person singular appears as "biliyordum" and the tense is marked as "geçmiş zaman" like the other verbs, but its structure does not match the simple past verbal form. It looks like a continuous past tense form, which I haven't yet studied in Turkish. Is this a mistake? You said somewhere there are no irregular verbs in Turkish.
suzi Bdhd
suzi Bdhd 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you for your effort. Actually we did not learn 25 verbs only, we have learned more than that in every sentence you gave as an example where you included additional verbs.
Meg Sanchez
Meg Sanchez 6 ай бұрын
Finally! I found a channel that really helps. You explain it very well, thank you so much for these videos.
Nicu Chereji
Nicu Chereji Жыл бұрын
Dolma is called in Romanian ,, Sarmale,, I believe that we took the recipe from the Turks long long time ago . They are very delicious 🤤
Kenan 8 ай бұрын
"Sarma" is another Turkish dish. The most common variety is "vine leaf sarma" (yaprak sarma), made of grape leaves. "Dolma" gets it name from the verb "doldurmak/to fill", it is made by filling bell peppers, aubergines and zucchinis. So, dolma and sarma are different things, when making "sarma", you wrap the suffing with vine leaves or cabbage leaves.
Nicu Chereji
Nicu Chereji 8 ай бұрын
@Kenan thank you 🙏🏻
Hieu Thai
Hieu Thai Жыл бұрын
I like how you pause from time to time, and explain something related to the example. Good job. Keep up the good work and thank you! 👍🏽🙏🏼
Turkishle Жыл бұрын
thanks! Glad you found our content helpful!
Frank Murray
Frank Murray 2 жыл бұрын
It's great to have the verbs put in the context of sentances..Thank you
Games_Info_Roblox 2 жыл бұрын
Very good the way you learn us !I love Turkish language and traditions
Sandra Baptiste - Vivendo nos States
Sandra Baptiste - Vivendo nos States 2 жыл бұрын
Teşekkürler ederim Can! You make me motivate to learn Turkish. Your are doing a great job!
Saad Abbasi
Saad Abbasi 2 жыл бұрын
Either Tesekkürlar or Tesukkür Ederim
I already know several languages.But with Turkish is really pleasure to learn.
Kaitlin Foley
Kaitlin Foley 3 ай бұрын
I am American. My wonderful husband is a native Turkish speaker. I get very confused with "olmak." In English we have the verb "to be" but it is so confusing. There are so many new verbs that come out of "olmak." Can you make a tiny video about this?
Turkishle Ай бұрын
Noted! 🤩
The Explorer Mom
The Explorer Mom Жыл бұрын
I am really eager to remember these 50 verbs. I see them will be really useful for my live here for interacting with people. Thanks Can..
Ana Nojner
Ana Nojner 2 жыл бұрын
All these verbs are all familiar from turskih series, but you are so good at teaching.... Thank you so very much. Sen muhteşemsin....
Ina K.
Ina K. 2 жыл бұрын
What an amazing teacher. Thank you so much
Eva RKF 8 ай бұрын
This was awesome! Love your videos ❤
Turkishle 7 ай бұрын
Glad you like them! 🙌
Azucena Perez Vidal
Azucena Perez Vidal 2 жыл бұрын
Me encantan tus videos, desearía que estuviera subtitulados en español. Soy de España. Saludos.
Anna Eg
Anna Eg 3 жыл бұрын
Bütün bu fiilleri biliyordum🤗çok teşekkürler! Devam etmeyi bekliyorum🌷
Turkishle 3 жыл бұрын
Harikasın Anna! Devamı gelecek 😊 Yorumun için teşekkürler🙏🏼
Gregory Glavinovich
Gregory Glavinovich Жыл бұрын
you give us the verbs in 3 tenses = very good
Urwa Asad official
Urwa Asad official 2 жыл бұрын
Literally ThankyouSm Your efforts r beyond my words 🍂 like I learnt alphabets and numbers by watching your videos and that was so Amazing and so easy to get ThankyouSm boy ♥️♥️♥️
amjan 2 жыл бұрын
There is nothing weird in using "to sit" as "to live"!!! We use it the same way in Polish, and they use it the same in Dutch ;) Probably in mamy other languages again.
Akihiro Tanaka
Akihiro Tanaka Жыл бұрын
Yes, like also in Malaysia🇲🇾 Duduk = sit, live I live in Malaysia Saya duduk kat Malaysia
Dwi Retno Handayani
Dwi Retno Handayani Жыл бұрын
You're a Hoca, Cem 👍👍 thank you for teaching us this
Ana Collado
Ana Collado Жыл бұрын
Hi tessekkur ederim for teaching turkish. You are very good. You speak very good English and are a very good in the translation. Gracias Thank you❤️❤️
Riza Tanjung
Riza Tanjung Жыл бұрын
Thanks for your explanation about Turkish language.. I really want to be able to speak turkish fluently...🤲👌😀
Maureen B
Maureen B 6 ай бұрын
Video için çok teşekkürler!☺ türçe bilmiyorum ama biraz öğrenyorum ve bu video bana yardımci olur.
Aziz Bereket
Aziz Bereket 6 ай бұрын
29+ tenses in turkish language Anatolian Turkish verb conjugations A= To (towards /~for) (for words with a thick vowel in the last syllable) E= To (towards /~for) (for words with a thin vowel in the last syllable) Okul=School U=(ou)=it’s that>(I /U /i /ü=~it’s about) Mak/Mek (ımak/emek)= process /exertion Git-mek=(verb)= to Go (the process of going> getmek =to get there) 1 .present continuous tense (right now or soon, now or later, currently or nowadays) Used to describe the current actions or planned events (for the specified times) YOR-mak =to tire ( to try , to engage in) >Yor=~go over it (yorgunum=I’m tired) A/E Yormak=(to arrive at any opinion over what it is) I/U Yormak=(to arrive utterly onto it) used as the suffix=” ı/u - i/ü + Yor" positive Okula gidiyorsun ( you are going to school)= Okul-a Git-i-Yor-u-Sen >School-to Go-to-Try that-You < (please read backwards) Evden geliyorum ( I'm coming from home) = Ev-de-en Gel-i-yor-u-Men >(from Home I’ try to Come) =Come-to-try that-Me Home-at-then< negative A)..Mã= Not B)Değil= it's not (the equivalent of) examples A: Okula gitmiyorsun ( you’re not going to school)= Okul-a Git-Mã-i-yor-u-Sen >You don't try to Go to school B: Okula gidiyor değilsin ( you aren’t going to school)=Okul-a Git-i-yor değil-sen >You aren't Go to School Question sentence: Mã-u =Not-it =(is) Not it? Used as the suffixes =" Mı / Mu / Mi / Mü “ Okula mı gidiyorsun? ( Are you going to school )= Okul-a Mã-u Git-i-yor-u-sen? (To-school/ Not-it / You-try-to-go)(Are you going to school or somewhere else?) Okula gidiyor musun? ( Do you go to school )= Okul-a Git-i-yor Mã-u-sen ? (To school /Try-to-go /Not-it-you)(~do You (try to) go to school (at specific times) or not ?) Okula sen mi gidiyorsun ? =Are you (the only) one going to school? 2 .simple extensive tense ( it's used to explain our own thoughts about the topic) (always, since long , for a long time, sometimes, right now, soon or later / inşallah) positive VAR-mak = to arrive -at (to attain) (var= ~being there) used as the suffixes >"Ar-ır-ur" (for thick vowel) ER-mek= to get -at (to reach) (er= ~achieve there) used as the suffixes >"Er-ir-ür" (for thin vowel) examples Okula gidersin (You get to go to school)= Okul-a Git-e-er-sen= You get (a chance) to go to school Kuşlar gökyüzünde uçarlar=(~ Birds fly in the sky )=Kuş-lar gökyüzü-n’de uç-a-var(u-lar)= Birds have likelihood to fly in the sky = ~ Birds arrive by flying in the sky Bunu görebilirler (They can see this) = Bu-n’u Gör-e-Bil-e-er-ler =~They get to be able to see what this is Question sentence: in interrogative sentences it means: what do you think about this topic or is not it so? Okula gider misin? (Do you get to go to school) Okul-a Git-e-er Mã-u-Sen =You get to Go to School -is Not it?=~What about you getting to go to school? Okula mı gidersin? =Do you get to go to school or somewhere else? negative Mã= Not Bas-mak =to tread on/ to dwell on/ to stand on (bas git=~leave and go > pas geç=pass by> vaz geç=give up Ez-mek = to crush/ to run over (ez geç= think nothing about > es geç=skip/ quit thinking about) the suffix ="MAZ" Mã-bas=(No-pass)>Na pas > (not to dwell on / to give up) (for thick vowel) the suffix ="MEZ" Mã-ez= (No-run over)>doesn't > (to skip) (for thin vowel) for the 1st person singular and 1st plural is only used the suffix “Mã” examples Okula gitmezsin (you don't/ won't go to school)= Okul-a Git-mã-ez-sen > You're skipping going to school Babam bunu yapmaz (my dad doesn't do this)= Baba-m bu-n’u yap-ma-bas > my dad doesn't dwell on doing this Bugün okula gitmem (I won't go to school today)> Okul-a Git-mã-men =I don't (have) to go to school Bugün okula gidemem (I can’t go to school today)= Okul-a Git-e-er-mã-men >I don't get (possibility) to go to school Bir bardak çay almaz mısınız (Won't you get a glass of tea /2. plural)> Bir bardak çay al-ma-bas-sen-iz > Do you (really) give up on having a cup of tea? Kimse senden (daha) hızlı koşamaz (Nobody can run faster than you)=Kimse sen-den daha hızlı kaş-a-al-ma-bas 3.simple future tense (soon or later) Used to describe events that we are aiming for or think are in the future Çak-mak =~to fasten ,~to tack ,~to keep in mind ,~to hit them together (for thick vowel) Çek-mek=~to pull, ~to take along, ~to feel inside, ~to attract , ~to will (for thin vowel) positive.. Okula gideceksin ( you'll go to school)= Okul-a Git-e-çek-sen =~You fetch/take (into mind)-to-Go to school Ali bu kapıyı açacak ( Ali’s gonna open this door)= Ali Kapı-y-ı Aç-a-çak =~Ali (fixes in his mind) to open this door negative A. Okula gitmeyeceksin (you won't go to school)= Okul-a Git-mã-e-çek-sen =~You don't keep/take (in mind) going to school B. Okula gidecek değilsin (you aren't gonna go to school)= Okul-a Git-e-çek değil-sen =~you won't go to school and nobody is demanding that you. 4 . simple past tense (currently or before) Used to explain the completed events we're sure about Di = now on / anymore Di-mek/demek= ~ to deem / to mean/ to think like this Used as the suffixes= (Dı /Di /Du/ Dü - Tı /Ti /Tu /Tü) positive Okula gittin = You went to school = Okul-a Git-di-N Dün İstanbul'da kaldım= I stayed in Istanbul yesterday Okula mı gittin ? (Did you go to school)= Okul-a Mã-u Git-di-n> You went to school or somewhere else? Okula gittin mi ? (~Have you gone to school)= Okul-a Git-di-n Mã-u> You went to school or not? negative Okula gitmedin =You didn't go to school / Okul-a Git-mã-di-N Bugün pazara gitmediler mi? =Didn't they go to the (open public) market today? Dün çarşıya mı gittiniz? =Where did you go yesterday, to the (covered public) bazaar? Akşam bakkala (markete) gittik mi?= Did we go to the grocery store in the evening? 5 .narrative/reported past tense- (just now or before) Used to describe the completed events that we're unsure of MUŞ-mak = ~ to inform (muşu=inform /notice> muşuş/mesaj=message /muştu=müjde=evangel) that means -I've been informed/ I heard and learnt that/ I saw and realized that/ I've noticed that/ or it seems such (to me) used as the suffixes= (Mış/ Muş - Miş/ Müş) positive Okula gitmişsin= I heard that you went to school> Okul-a Git-miş-u-sen Yanlış birşey yapmışım=~I noticed I made something wrong >Yaŋlış Yap-muş-u-men negative A. Okula gitmemişsin (I’ve learned> you didn't go to school)= Okul-a Git-mã-miş-sen (I heard that you haven't gone to school) B. Okula gitmiş değilsin =I noticed (You haven't been to school) Okul-a Git--miş değil-sen In a question sentence it means: Do you have any inform about- have you heard- are you aware -does it look like it? İbrahim bugün okula gitmiş mi? =Have you heard / did Abraham go to school today? 6.Okula varmak üzeresin =You're about to arrive at school 7.Okula gitmektesin (You're in (process of) going to school)= ~you’ve been going to school 8.Okula gitmekteydin =~You had been going to school =Okula gidiyor olmaktaydın 9.Okula gitmekteymişsin =I heard >you've been going to school 10.Okula gidiyordun (Okula git-i-yor er-di-n) = You were going to school 11.Okula gidiyormuşsun (Okula git-i-yor er-miş-sen)= I heard that you're going to school / I learned you were going to school 12.Okula gidiyor olacaksın (Okula git-i-yor ol-a-çak-sen)= You’ll be going to school 13.Okula gitmekte olacaksın (Okula git-mek-de ol-a-çak-sen)= You’ll have been going to school 14.Okula gitmiş olacaksın (Okula git-miş ol-a-çak-sen)= You’ll have gone to school 15.Okula gidecektin (Okula git-e-çek er-di-n)=You were gonna go to school > I had thought you'd be going to school 16.Okula gidecekmişsin (Okula git-e-çek ermişsen)=I learned you're gonna go to school>~I heard that you'd like to go to school 17.Okula giderdin ( Okula git-e-er erdin)=You used to go to school >~You'd have had the chance to go to school 18.Okula gidermişsin ( Okula git-e-er ermişsen)=I heard that you used to go to school> I realized that you’d get to go to school 19.Okula gittiydin ( Okula git-di erdin)= I had seen you went to school >I remember you had gone to school 20.Okula gittiymişsin = I heard you went to school -but if what I heard is true 21.Okula gitmişmişsin = I heard you've been to school -but what I heard didn't sound very convincing 22.Okula gitmiştin (Okula git-miş er-di-n)= you had gone to school 23.Okula gitmiş oldun (Okula git-miş ol-du-n)= you have been to school Dur-mak=to keep to be present/there = ~to remain Durur=remains to exist / keeps to be / seems so used as the suffixes=(Dır- dir- dur- dür / Tır- tir-tur-tür) (in official speeches these suffixes are used only for the 3rd singular and 3rd plural person) its meaning in formal speeches> it has been and goes on like that Bu Bir Elma = This is an apple Bu bir elmadır= (bu bir elma-durur)= This is an apple (and remains so) Bu Bir Kitap = This is a book Bu bir kitaptır= (bu bir kitap-durur)= This is a book (and remains so) informal meaning in everyday speech>it seems/ likely that/ the remaining on my mind Bu bir elmadır= (bu bir elma-durur)=It seems like- this is an apple Bu bir kitaptır= (bu bir kitap-durur)=It's likely that -this is a book Bu bir elma gibi duruyor=(looks like an apple this is )>This looks like an apple Bu bir kitap gibi duruyor=This looks like a book 24.Okula gidiyordursun =(guess>likely-You were going to school 25.Okula gidiyorsundur =(I think> you are going to school 26.Okula gidecektirsin =(guess>likely- You would (gonna) go to school 27.Okula gideceksindir=(I think> You'll go to school 28.Okula gitmiştirsin =(guess >likely- You had gone to school 29.Okula gitmişsindir =(I think> You've been to school
Manuela Nascimento
Manuela Nascimento 7 ай бұрын
Great job. Congratulations ❤
Khánh Nguyễn
Khánh Nguyễn 8 ай бұрын
Can you tell me again how to understand these verbs and what rules to follow? I still don't understand this part. Thank you very much!
Dilza silva
Dilza silva 5 ай бұрын
Eu amo a Turquia, mas difícil aprender va língua
I enjoy learning turkish.Tesekur ederim hoca .
Ahmad_أحمد 2 жыл бұрын
These are pretty useful to learn, Thanks
Fatima Ali
Fatima Ali 2 жыл бұрын
Merhaba..I'm your new student😊 your videos r super good ...I learn some words from your videos..thanks
msgold_73 2 жыл бұрын
I love your videos and I will always learn Turkish
Lacieduchangementdes2 mm
Lacieduchangementdes2 mm 2 жыл бұрын
Videolarını seviyorum !!! KZbin daki en türkçe öğretmenisin !!!
Marilyn Ayala
Marilyn Ayala Жыл бұрын
Hi Cam, thank you so much for taking the time to teach us your beautiful lenguaje. Is there a rule I can follow in order to conjugate verbs in every tense not only for “I”?
era Жыл бұрын
His name is Can,my name is Can too by the way
Chusnul Yakin
Chusnul Yakin 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you very much for PDF of top 50 verbs in Turkish Çok têşêkkür êdêrim
Mahdi jan
Mahdi jan Жыл бұрын
this is good that explain several meanings of a word to know better. if you can use more sentences with words.
LaureneCrafts 7 ай бұрын
Ne güzel! Teşekkür ederim Hocam!
Turkishle 7 ай бұрын
Rica ederiz! 🙌
Daldira Almeida Silva
Daldira Almeida Silva 2 жыл бұрын
Você explica também que dá para entender o idioma turco Se você soubesse o português para ensinar Seria maravilhoso🇧🇷. Eu sou do Brasil e amo o idioma turco
Sivapriya Krishnan
Sivapriya Krishnan 2 жыл бұрын
Lovely. Clear lessons
Elizabeth Mayama
Elizabeth Mayama 2 жыл бұрын
Excellent my friend 💕👏👏👏👏👋
Nasima Raxmatullayeva
Nasima Raxmatullayeva 8 ай бұрын
By the way you dropped the 20th verb(to take/to buy/ to get) 😄. I think they'd be: Ben aldım/alıyorum/alacağım.
Bhakti-Man 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you brother . Love your way to explain . Teşekkür ederim Kolay gelsin
samad nematpour
samad nematpour 11 ай бұрын
It is so good, you are a good teacher, please make a more lesson for us.
Amiee ciao!
Amiee ciao! 2 жыл бұрын
Merhaba! Tanıştırma memnun oldum. I study with this video. It’s very useful. By the way, could you tell me about the inflected form of “almak”. It was missing. Lütfen 🙏
Ankara'da sonbahar YILDIZ
Ankara'da sonbahar YILDIZ 4 ай бұрын
Aldım Alıyorum Alacağım
Alina Muchova
Alina Muchova Жыл бұрын
😊😊great ! thanks .. I want to learn Turkish with you.
Los Inmortales - Gallos de Combate
Los Inmortales - Gallos de Combate Жыл бұрын
I got confused in the pronunciation of the future tense. It didn't sound to me like all the letters are pronounce. It sounded to me like one sound for the ending of the future tense. I'm not sure if I'm explaining myself correctly. But the biggest challenge I’m having understanding Turkey is that the conversations sound like a very long word. It’s hard, for me at least, to detect the different words. It's like there is not break in between the words like the ending sound of one word is attached the begining sound of the next word.
The Euclid Class
The Euclid Class 3 ай бұрын
All letters can be pronounced like how it's spelled and it'll be correct, but for more native Turkish speakers, they simplify the words. So instead of pronouncing "isteyeceğim" fully, they say it more like "isteyicem" because it's easier. It's kinda like how it's correct to say "I am going to go" but most people just say "I'm gonna go". It's easier and faster
Los Inmortales - Gallos de Combate
Los Inmortales - Gallos de Combate 3 ай бұрын
@The Euclid Class thank you 🙏🏻 so much for your explanation. That’s what I was thinking that some of the words are kind of shorten. The same way we do in Spanish or English. Like “bir dakika” that in the TV shows I hear “bir daka”. Once again I thank you for thanking the time to explain.
J DeLorenzo
J DeLorenzo Ай бұрын
Welcome to Turkey 😂 Believe me listening to Turks talk is totally different from studying Turkish. Everything is much faster. With practice and practice you’ll get there. It takes a while.
Los Inmortales - Gallos de Combate
Los Inmortales - Gallos de Combate Ай бұрын
@J DeLorenzo it sure does takes a while and lots of listening. Specially because the syntax is totally different from English, Italian or Spanish the languages I know.
Sam Adam Freeman
Sam Adam Freeman Жыл бұрын
you could consider designing the video so that people can also benefit by hearing it. for example you can say the english equivalent before the turkish for every sentence.
Marila Jimenez
Marila Jimenez 10 ай бұрын
Merhaba! I needed these. Teşekkürler!👏👏👏
Wafikiri Жыл бұрын
By comparison to other verbs, I would have thought that simple past tense (geçmiş zaman) of bilmek would be bildim. But you used biliyordum. Is it an irregularity, or another past tense? For its shape, I'd say biliyordum could be a progressive past tense and would mean 'I was knowing' instead of 'I knew.' Otherwise, a very good job, interesting and much teaching. Thanks a lot. Bilmek is taught at 3:22.
SHagull AHmad
SHagull AHmad 2 жыл бұрын
please make more video about learning turkish thank u so much
novi boerniat
novi boerniat 2 жыл бұрын
Dear Can, thank you for this amazing video lesson. ALMAK is not complete yet, please explain here as an additional. Tesekkürler
Halima 2 жыл бұрын
Hi there. Almak is to buy so you can say Ekmek Aldim I bought bread. Ayakkabı almak istiyorum ( I want to buy shoes) 😆 Bir Elbise Aldım I bought a dress. To buy to purchase to get to revived. I hope that helps.
novi boerniat
novi boerniat 2 жыл бұрын
@Halima Teşekkür ederim, it really helps 👌❤️
one of the ÖSYM victims
one of the ÖSYM victims 2 жыл бұрын
"Almak" is a versatile verb so there are a lot of ways to use it (to buy, to have a shower, to steal, to take, to leak/seep into, to seize, TO GET, room can (accommodate up) to 10 people: Oda 10 kişi alabilir; Glass can hold 1 liter of water: Bardak 1 litre su alabilir ...
Emma Martin
Emma Martin 2 жыл бұрын
Thanks a million 🤩
One time
One time 3 ай бұрын
Thank you so much.Love the way you teach😍😍😍😍😍
Turkishle 2 ай бұрын
You're welcome 😊
Me Жыл бұрын
i love your videos so much, thank you
Turkishle Жыл бұрын
Glad you like them! You're welcome!
Otman 2 жыл бұрын
Great video thank you !!
Hawraa Kadhim
Hawraa Kadhim 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you so much u gorgeous teacher 👏🏻👏🏻
Turkishle 2 жыл бұрын
Thanks a lot Ali!
shima 2 жыл бұрын
Çok teşekkürler Can☺
elena doumit
elena doumit 2 жыл бұрын
Is there any rule to know how to put them in the past /present /futur tense or we should learn them like this?
kadircan yıldıran
kadircan yıldıran 2 жыл бұрын
-dı-di-du-dü adding for past -ıyor-iyor-uyor-üyor adding for present -ecek-acak is for future and because of you always must use personality adding you dont have to use ben sen or o words 😊
David Hamtaro
David Hamtaro 6 ай бұрын
Beautiful language! Turçkce ben seviyorum.
polyglot K
polyglot K 2 жыл бұрын
Wow. Couldn't be better. Your video is well organized so that I can uderstand easily.
Turkishle 2 жыл бұрын
Glad you liked it :)
Nutkamon Ounsue Polkaset
Nutkamon Ounsue Polkaset Жыл бұрын
Teşekkür ederim 🙏
koalabear slimes
koalabear slimes 11 ай бұрын
Very helpful Thank you
always be happy ❤️
always be happy ❤️ 2 жыл бұрын
You are a awesome teacher
lourençom 2 жыл бұрын
the best and most handsome turkish teacher ! thank u very much for the awesome lessons!
SUPA MUSIC 2 жыл бұрын
Ben Türkce öğrenmeye başladım, sonra türkce video izledım, bugün anlıyorum... ama konuşmuyorum.. :-)
Jubaer Shopnil
Jubaer Shopnil 2 жыл бұрын
Teşekkurler ave,bangladeş'ten sevgiler
Fomi Mir
Fomi Mir 2 жыл бұрын
Your way of teaching is so good
Rubi R
Rubi R 2 жыл бұрын
Muchas gracias thank you very much my mother language is the spanish and I speak English too now I want learn Turkçe and I love your videos for learn more. Tessekur.
Αναστασία Παυλίδου
Αναστασία Παυλίδου 6 ай бұрын
geleceği ve aksanı olan başka bir video var mı? Sanırım bir yerde birini gördüm teşsekurler
Johanna Rujano Torres
Johanna Rujano Torres 2 жыл бұрын
Hello, do you teach beginners, do you have a course. I live in Belgium and started learning Turkish but the teacher didn’t follow the cursebook and there where people who already knows a lot of vocabulary, when I started I didn’t have any knowledge of the language, I really want to learn so I can talk to my family in law :)
Mr. Jetix
Mr. Jetix Жыл бұрын
I love Game of Thrones 💗💗💗
Mehreen Islam
Mehreen Islam Жыл бұрын
Very nice informative
intan fitri2
intan fitri2 2 жыл бұрын
Ben turkçe yemek en istiyorum, merçimek çorbası❤️❤️
Frank Murray
Frank Murray 2 жыл бұрын
Ben de. 👍
era Жыл бұрын
@Frank Murray Ben de should be written like bende or else you will be writing the word wrong.
David Avi-Ram
David Avi-Ram 2 жыл бұрын
the most adorable person in the world!!!
Rose Жыл бұрын
the 3 sentences you show on your page for each verb don't have translation how can we understand the meaning and the time of verb
Frank Murray
Frank Murray 2 жыл бұрын
I love your lessons....derslerini cok sevdim. Gormedim duymadim bilmiyorum Why does the tense change for bilmiyorum...why not bilmedim?
MattisMeow Жыл бұрын
Bilmiyorum : I don't know Bilmedim : I didn't know.
Chiharu Takase
Chiharu Takase Жыл бұрын
Harika video!
Nurvia Noriega
Nurvia Noriega 2 жыл бұрын
I like very much how you teach. Thanks
海云流 3 жыл бұрын
bu video çok faydalı!
Turkishle 2 жыл бұрын
Çok teşekkürler 😊
Bedřich Smetana
Bedřich Smetana 2 жыл бұрын
Çok teşekkür ederim!!
Linda Hidayanti
Linda Hidayanti Жыл бұрын
please give lessons about negative sentences or negative verbs , hocam
era Жыл бұрын
I can give a couple I’m not going to a vacation.=Ben tatile gitmiyorum. I don’t have enough money.=Yeterli param yok. I can’t afford that shoes.= O ayakkabılara param yetmez. I shouldn’t bully others=Başkalarında zorbalık yapmamalısın.
Rodilyn Abayon
Rodilyn Abayon Жыл бұрын
I enjoy it..thanks
Muniza Riaz
Muniza Riaz 19 күн бұрын
what is "bidaca" (i dont know if this is the right spelling in turkish) means?
Yaver Khan
Yaver Khan 2 жыл бұрын
Very much clear
ERKANGota 8 ай бұрын
Im from Kosovo and I learned turkish a lot of years ago from a turkish tv shows and all the Kosovo know turkish because the Ottoman empire.
Nizar Ismail
Nizar Ismail 2 жыл бұрын
Teşekkürler, kardeş!
Zultana Жыл бұрын
Çok guzel teşekkür ederim
Queen Sibo
Queen Sibo Жыл бұрын
Am a new student in Turkey please I like your teaching steps Sir
Shahnaz Жыл бұрын
I'm from Bangladesh 🇧🇩. Thank you.
jasmine guzel mutlu hidir
jasmine guzel mutlu hidir 2 жыл бұрын
Cok tesekkur ederim
Kaoutar Chahinez Labiod
Kaoutar Chahinez Labiod 2 жыл бұрын
GOT thank u for the video ✌ from 🇩🇿
SPIRITUALS روحانيات 2 жыл бұрын
Perfect thank u so much
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