Turkish for Beginners 🤩 | How To Learn Turkish

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Reşat Ören

Reşat Ören

Күн бұрын

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Reşat Ören
Reşat Ören Жыл бұрын
Hey guys! You can watch this video with both English and Turkish subtitles! Bu videoyu İngilizce ve Türkçe altyazılarla izleyebilirsiniz! 13:21 It's supposed to be 'Tanıştığımıza'. I spelled it wrong. 13:21 'Tanıştığımıza' olması gerekiyor. Yanlış yazmışım.
farhana sanober
farhana sanober 12 күн бұрын
Thank you so much but start it for beginners
Shoaib Akhtar
Shoaib Akhtar 17 күн бұрын
Why we watch movies , always give positive suggestion
Мусульманин
Мусульманин Ай бұрын
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Мусульманин
Мусульманин Ай бұрын
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Мусульманин
Мусульманин Ай бұрын
Her biji kurd u Kurdistan ☀️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️ ✌️
yailyn
yailyn Жыл бұрын
can sıkıntısından kendi dilimi öğrenmeye başladım güzel gidiyo şu an sağ ol abi jbfuvrdfkjgdfnj
Elif
Elif 3 күн бұрын
Bende öyle yapıyorum
Atalay Cem Zengin
Atalay Cem Zengin 11 күн бұрын
@Gerydome it is a random.We 'r useing like "lmao"
Ecrin İnce
Ecrin İnce 24 күн бұрын
@Gerydome means laugh like "lol or lmao"
DNKY Dora
DNKY Dora 27 күн бұрын
@Gerydome It is laughing
zeynep Hamarat
zeynep Hamarat Ай бұрын
Bende sjdjjgkv
Nino Ustiashvili
Nino Ustiashvili 2 ай бұрын
I learned Turkish myself by watching movies in Turkish. It took more than two years. I understand everything and can talk fluently, I live in New York so I don’t have a lot practice, but still I am proud of myself. Sometimes when I go to shopping to Turkish market I talk only Turkish so people are happy and I am happy too. Good luck everybody! Kolay gelsin 🫶
Hypergraph
Hypergraph 5 күн бұрын
when i was 16 i started to read english books, it helped me in a good way, but never resolved into a good english prnuanciacion.
Nino Ustiashvili
Nino Ustiashvili 9 күн бұрын
@Serkan Özcan izledim ve çok güldüm. Teşekkürler
EliteNoobL
EliteNoobL 9 күн бұрын
Cool! Hi from turkey
Rehberlik Servisim
Rehberlik Servisim 13 күн бұрын
Nino çok tatlısın 🌺 Türkiye den selamlar 🖐️
Bill Anderson
Bill Anderson 16 күн бұрын
Are you Georgian?
Arian Mozafari
Arian Mozafari 2 ай бұрын
Great video! Persian is my mother tongue and Turkish felt so familiar to me because the sentence structure is the same, the subject pronouns are the same, and almost all the things that English or Latin speakers are struggling with are pretty much existent in Persian, like Kolay gelsin or Eline sağlık have exact meanings in Persian 😅
Nurmuhammad Mamatusmonov
Nurmuhammad Mamatusmonov Ай бұрын
Please, keep doing videos like these, because I'm gonna learn Turkish from your lessons
Kali Mera
Kali Mera Ай бұрын
Amazing video, Reșat, teșekkûrler! Straight on point. You did a great job explaining the logic of thinking in Turkish. I believe this is the starting point in learning any foreign language. PS: one language that has a sound similar to the "i"-with-no-dot letter sound is Romanian "î". Bulgarian and Russian also (although with a slight difference in pronunciation)
ötzi
ötzi Жыл бұрын
videoyu izleyenlerin %99u türkçe biliyordur kesin
Mele K
Mele K 3 күн бұрын
@merve yavuz kendini bu kadar aşağılayan başka millet yok , haklısın
prrety girl
prrety girl 2 ай бұрын
çok güzel
😑Emoji  :D🌎
😑Emoji :D🌎 2 ай бұрын
Hehehe evet
tushi Tushi
tushi Tushi 2 ай бұрын
I don't know Turkish but yt somehow recommend it to me.
Alina
Alina 2 ай бұрын
Well, I am the other 1% :p
Lourdes Davila
Lourdes Davila Ай бұрын
Tienes subtítulos en español? Sería conveniente que lo incluyeras, ayudaría mucho.
animecyko
animecyko Ай бұрын
This was very helpful! You couldn’t have made it any better I think. I was struggling with the alphabet and now I understand why. Thank you!!!!
Kevin Calderon
Kevin Calderon 3 ай бұрын
I appreciate you sharing the video; it was great. I must admit, though, that I've been working hard to learn Turkish for a very long time. Since I need superior Turkish language abilities for my career, it is really crucial to me. I've learned through this process of learning Turkish that practice makes perfect. I've been learning Turkish online on Turacoon for more than a year. You can practice speaking whenever you want with high-quality tutors.
no twerking in this house
no twerking in this house 25 күн бұрын
@Erdem Erdem be my friend
Erdem Erdem
Erdem Erdem 2 ай бұрын
Hello, if you want to practice Turkish, I can be your friend.
Manny G
Manny G 7 ай бұрын
Greetings from California, USA. I love learning languages. I am fluent in English, Armenian, Farsi, and Azerbaijani. Also conversational in Turkish, French, Italian, Spanish, and some Russian. Learning languages provides you with the opportunity to explore different cultures and have a better understanding of their traditions. Thank you Reşat for your great videos which are both very entertaining and educational at the same time.
Saima Asghar
Saima Asghar 8 күн бұрын
Very intelligent person aap ney itni languages kasey sekhen
shahala khan
shahala khan Ай бұрын
Can you give some hacks how do you learn turkish.
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. Especially during the pandemic period, I was able to meet very few people and this upset me. I want to get new friend. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
cyruszone
cyruszone 7 ай бұрын
If you are fluent in Azerbaijani, then it will not be difficult for you to learn Turkish. good luck!
Limon Kolonyası
Limon Kolonyası Жыл бұрын
🇹🇷:Edebiyat sınavlarım hep kötü geliyodu temelden başlıyım dedim. 🇺🇸:My Turkish Language and Literature exams were always bad and I decided to begin from the basics.
Mele K
Mele K 8 ай бұрын
Sen git önce Türkçe ile Edebiyat I ayırmayı ogren
Özlem Melcö
Özlem Melcö 9 ай бұрын
goodluck
İbrahim halil Tutuş
İbrahim halil Tutuş 9 ай бұрын
Bruh kanka sen çok yanlış anlamışın
Limon Kolonyası
Limon Kolonyası 9 ай бұрын
@sıradan biri Yo dil bilgisi de var.
Heaven
Heaven 9 ай бұрын
@sıradan biri lisede edebiyat ve Türkçe dersi bir sinavi da bir hayatım
Ελευθέριος Κουφός
Ελευθέριος Κουφός 2 ай бұрын
Hello from Greece! I saw your video! Very nice introduction to Turkish language! You caught my attention on learning Turkish as a new foreign language! It's easier from English, German and Greek as I saw and it's funny that you actually add suffixes to a word and make a new word etc. That sounds fun for me at least. 🤣I will see your other videos too. Oh and thank you for the Greek subtitles you have!
Αναστασία Παυλίδου
Αναστασία Παυλίδου Күн бұрын
I learn turkish one year now. I give my fırsat exams a1.
Hypergraph
Hypergraph 5 күн бұрын
i dont think its easier then english, english is mostly populer because its easy to learm espicaly for some one from greece, you guys know half of the anscilopedia definitions of living creatures:)
WM
WM Ай бұрын
@Bihter Ziyagil yuva yıkanın yuvası olmazmış. behlülle nasıl gidiyor
Bihter Ziyagil
Bihter Ziyagil Ай бұрын
❤️🤍💙
No Katshiz
No Katshiz 3 ай бұрын
I literally fell in love with the Turkish language 2 years ago when I randomly watched Cesur ve Güzel in original version with English subtitles. It's an amazing language and sounds so beautiful to me. I absolutely love spoken Turkish: it has a lot of pizzazz. I'm a native French speaker but I studied Latin in high school and also speak Swahili. You have no idea about the similarities that I find in Turkish with those 3 above-mentioned languages! I'm learning Turkish as a hobby and although it is hard, I find it very fun . That helped me lot when I went to Türkiye this year (twice!), as I was able to understand what was written in most places, have basic conversations with the locals and most importantly pronounce their names right!(where I'm from it's a big deal). Türkiye is an amazing country: the language is awesome, the culture is so rich and the food... Man, the food! 🤌🤩 Anyway, thanks for your lessons and keep up the good work! 👍
No Katshiz
No Katshiz Ай бұрын
@Murat Kılıç Neden bahsediyor?
No Katshiz
No Katshiz Ай бұрын
@Ali BUZKURT Hey, I'm not a native English speaker per se but I'm a fluent speaker. I'd like to have someone to practice my little turkish with. So how do we go about it?
İlbilge Hatun
İlbilge Hatun Ай бұрын
@Grace ColleyLove from İstanbul.🥰❤️💐
Ali BUZKURT
Ali BUZKURT 2 ай бұрын
Hello, I would love to help you learn Turkish. I really need a native English speaker to be able to speak fluently. Please, let me know if you are willing to learn Turkish.
Murat Kılıç
Murat Kılıç 2 ай бұрын
Je vous recommander que vous regarde 《Muhteşem Yüzyıl》
Amy Shadoin
Amy Shadoin 3 ай бұрын
Thank you for the explanation of how Turkish is structured. I am learning Kazakh and find it to be difficult because the ordering of the thought process in sentence structure is so different from English. However, Kazakh is also a Turkic language and sounds very close to Turkish, so I found your explanations to be quite helpful.
Danny Stoelzaet
Danny Stoelzaet 2 ай бұрын
Merhaba Reşat Ören , I'm from Belgium and my mother tongue is in Dutch, I also speak decent English, French and German. When I travel to Turkey, I try to speak a few words of Turkish, if I come to live in Turkey, I will do everything I can to speak Turkish. I think if you want to speak a language and make the effort to learn it, it's not that hard. There must always be a will and then any language is acceptable. Teşekkürler
c
c Жыл бұрын
As a Japanese speaker, Turkish grammar is very intuitive and makes a lot of sense! Same goes for Korean
C.
C. 3 ай бұрын
I’m a native turkish speaker and I wonder if it works backwards too
K
K 4 ай бұрын
日本語をちょっとだけできますがそう思いますよ、文法は少し同じですね
Yo2 Trader
Yo2 Trader 4 ай бұрын
Turkic, Mongolian, Manchu, Korean, and Japanese are all northeast Asian languages and have the same grammar. If you speak any of the languages, the other four languages should be intuitive in terms of grammar. Writing, on the other hand, is a totally different beast.
B O'door
B O'door 4 ай бұрын
@Ines Costa it depends, if you use certain words like for example the word harita (map) in a sentence it can sound Japanese to a non Turkish speaker.
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. Especially during the pandemic period, I was able to meet very few people and this upset me. I want to get new friend. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Nurmuhammad Mamatusmonov
Nurmuhammad Mamatusmonov Ай бұрын
I really love Turkish 😍
BARROCO TAROT
BARROCO TAROT 5 ай бұрын
I wish I could read book in turkish language, I loved to learning it but I can't find a teacher online. Thanks a lot. I'm from Spain.
Ryan
Ryan 11 ай бұрын
Wow, this is awesome. You seem to have an American Accent and way of looking at the Turkish language so it is helping me understand much more deeply. Tips here also explained why my Turkish wife omits some words a lot haha
Mildred Cajina
Mildred Cajina 3 ай бұрын
Merhaba Resat, muchas gracias por la introducción al idioma turco, lo hiciste excelente, pude comprender algunos porqué, buen trabajo!
Batu Genç
Batu Genç 10 ай бұрын
Ana dilim türkçe olmasına rağmen yine de dinledim :) Dankeschön !
TV Pupo - The Polyglot
TV Pupo - The Polyglot 3 ай бұрын
Merhaba, Reşat. Ben Brezilyalıyım ama hobim dil öğrenmek, sonra üç ay önce Türkçe öğrenmeye karar verdim ve her gün çalışıyorum. Video içeriğiniz için çok teşekkürler!
nahh
nahh 3 ай бұрын
Yorumunda hiç hata yok, harika ilerliyorsun. 👋👍
Leesha Haneef
Leesha Haneef 8 ай бұрын
A very comprehensive insight to the basis of Turkish Language. Like many people I came here first after watching Magnificent Century. Then I began listening to Turkish Music which I find very beautiful. Then I ended visiting Istanbul for Business, the cultural experience of almost a month there made me fall in love with Turkey so much. I am really making an effort to learn the language and wish to use it for business, making beautiful friends and of cox enjoying the wonderful movies, series and music. ❤️
cbates7588
cbates7588 6 ай бұрын
Wow, what a thorough and digestible overview of Turkish! It's definitely different than any other language I've attempted to understand on a conversational level, but this video made me believe I could maybe say a couple phrases on my future visit to Istanbul. Teşekkürler!
Stefano Movilli
Stefano Movilli Жыл бұрын
I am a native Italian speaker, and for me Turkish can be described like this, when compared to Italian. Both languages are pretty easy to pronounce, because they are "almost" phonetic and really put emphasis on building words so that they are easier to pronounce (no excessive clusters of consonants and no throat sounds, for example). The main difference is obviously grammar. I perceive Turkish grammar as if it was designed by engineers: systematic, modular and easily expandable. Building a phrase is like combining coloured Lego blocks. Once you learn the correct technique, you're good. On the other hand, Italian grammar looks like it was designed by artists: elegant, eccentric and full of peculiarities and exceptions. Building a phrase is like combining unique handmade pieces. Every time you have to curse a lot before they fit in a smooth way.
Stefano Movilli
Stefano Movilli Ай бұрын
@Shakeel Ahmad I think the best way to learn the basics is to watch videos made by experienced teachers. This series, for example, might be very useful for you: kzbin.info/www/bejne/e3icqWObmtuVjJY
Shakeel Ahmad
Shakeel Ahmad Ай бұрын
You are very right to presume so, as for Turkish is concerned. The same is the case with Urdu, my national language and as such easy to write, speak and learn. Whereas, French is hell hard to pronounce, read or write, and Slavic languages fall in No good to learn genre. By the way Italian and Spanish are so Sweet and romantic to learn. I am a polyglot and now intends to learn either Spanish or Italian. Would you like to help me, Online, with regard to learning Italian, per favore. (SHAKEEL AHMAD, U.K)
Stefano Movilli
Stefano Movilli 2 ай бұрын
@Aleyna Mutlu You're welcome. I like the fact that your name can be easily translated into Italian: you would be named "Elena Felice" 😁
Aleyna Mutlu
Aleyna Mutlu 2 ай бұрын
I loved the colored LEGO blocks reference. Thank you.
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. Especially during the pandemic period, I was able to meet very few people and this upset me. I want to get new friend. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Aamna Here
Aamna Here 10 ай бұрын
Whether a language is difficult or not depends on your own mother tongue. If it's completely different (unreadable script, rare common words, sounds not pronounced in your mother tongue) then it becomes harder to learn. It still doesn't mean you can't learn it but it requires more work. I chose to learn Turkish because I am familiar with the script as well as my language shares many common words with Turkish (because of the Persian influence). However, I feel people sometimes learn languages the wrong way with unrealistic expectations. I did the same in the beginning and learnt to not do it. The best way to learn a language is the way babies learn to speak. Don't try to learn the grammar until you've passed the beginner level of understanding. Children simply learn words spoken around them, not full sentences and only after they build a certain amount of vocabulary, they start making small (sometimes incorrect) sentences and progress from there. That's the way to learn any language in my experience. Another mistake people make is wanting to learn a language too quickly. Watching subtitles of videos from that language helps but first familiarising yourself with the sound of the language is important so I think it helps a lot to simply listen to music and films for weeks and months without constantly looking at the meaning of every word. As you slowly build your vocabulary, you'll find that you'll be able to pick up the meaning of certain words spoken in the videos and it'll help organically as you progress. If you truly enjoy the process of learning a new language more than the idea of impressing people with your newly acquired skill, you'll remain consistent and have fun while learning and practising.
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Tancredi
Tancredi 2 ай бұрын
My goal as a foreigner who wants to learn some languages that I find interesting, is to learn Turkish in a way the can provide for me the ability of speaking fluent to natives, but not for any job-related reasons, just for fun!
Carmita Smiles
Carmita Smiles 3 ай бұрын
Very excited to learn Turkish! I've been interested in it for quite some time, along with the food and drinks. So ready to get started! Çok teşekkür ederim!
ana🌻.
ana🌻. 9 ай бұрын
as an indian, i’ve heard quite a number of turkish words (in dramas ofc) which are used in a similar manner as used in hindi with just slight pronunciation changes. even in this video for eg., "rahat" in hindi means relief which i can relate with comfort from turkish, also for the pronunciation part, considering hindi is a mix of shudh hindi+ modern hindi + arabic words, i think (and hope) turkish won’t be difficult for me to pronounce..
Laura Gonzalez
Laura Gonzalez Жыл бұрын
I’m learning Turkish bc my fiancé is turkish, we communicate in English always, but we promised to each other to learn the other person’s mother tongue. So I’m learning Turkish and he is learning Spanish. So we can talk to each other’s families. Thanks for this video.
Mr Raoui
Mr Raoui 4 ай бұрын
Are you fluent?
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. Especially during the pandemic period, I was able to meet very few people and this upset me. I want to get new friend. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Aisha Nasir
Aisha Nasir 5 ай бұрын
Si nice and cute to fo yu so cute
Ryce Honey
Ryce Honey 5 ай бұрын
I wish my hubby would want to learn my mother tongue. That's so sweet that you two are doing that for each other. I'm looking for a new language to learn. I speak four languages: Lao, English, Thai, and French. My hubby only speaks English and has no desire to learn a new language. A few of my friends also speak Turkish and I want to learn so we can chat secretly at work with each other lol.
Gmz Akg
Gmz Akg 6 ай бұрын
@Laura Gonzalez spanish grammar was the death of me haha but good luck with turkish! The only thing that helps me with spanish is the practice so im guessing practice practice :)
Philippa Bertacco
Philippa Bertacco 4 ай бұрын
Merhaba Beşat. I just came across your channel and am really enjoying your teaching method. Teşekkürler! I am visiting Istanbul for my fourth time next week and am brushing up on my limited but growing Turkish knowledge and am learning a lot from you. As a matter of interest, here in South Africa we do indeed have an equivalent for the Turkish ı in one of our 11 official languages, Afrikaans (which was derived from Dutch). It is written as 'n but pronounced exactly as you would pronounce your ı. It means "a" as in the article. Example: Ek is 'n Suid-Afrikaner. Meaning: I am a South African Thanks again for your channel. Bu harika!
Маргарита Постевка
Маргарита Постевка 9 ай бұрын
I'm from Ukraine. I study Turkish, because I very like this language. I used to watch TV shows in Turkish with Russian subtitles (because I speak Russian), and thus improve my Turkish. I understand spoken language well, I can read, but I still do not understand everything. You have a very good lesson to learn how to build sentences and talk to other people. My dream is to visit Istanbul and I hope it will come true
d T b
d T b 9 ай бұрын
As a native English speaker, trying to learn Turkish.. you hit the nail on the head with many of the things outlined in this video, at least the way that i have always perceived them... The order of subject object verb, the basics of conversational differences like formalities (naber), etc. I have been married to a Turkish kadın for several years and have only managed to pick up very basic Turkish because we only travel to turkey once per year. We may be moving there soon and i find myself re energized in my attempt to learn, and so i am seeking a method to learn before actually living there. I subscribed to your channel as i like your style and hope to learn more!
Francesco D'Arcangeli
Francesco D'Arcangeli Ай бұрын
Turkish definitely sounds hard but cool, and that coming from someone who speaks Russian. The regularity fascinates me, Germans say their language is regular but their irregular verbs are a pain in the Weltanschaung. Italians too omit the pronoun unless emphasis is needed. Theoretically "I'm going home" should be "io vado a casa" in Italian, but in common language, not just informal but formal too, you omit the pronoun unless you want to stress the fact. "Allora che facciamo?" "IO vado a casa, tu fai quel che vuoi" ("So, what do we do now?" "I am going home, you do what you want")
Fahmida Lutfullah
Fahmida Lutfullah Жыл бұрын
I find the Turkish sentence structure challenging! With the vocabulary, not much problem because I speak Urdu which has a lot of Turkish words. The fact that it is a language that combines prefixes and suffixes is also something to get used to. So glad Atatürk introduced the Latin alphabet which makes it easier to read! Love Turkish! It sounds amazing and please make more videos!!!
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Vijayashree
Vijayashree Жыл бұрын
Yes,there are many words that are common in Turkish,Urdu and Hindi.Even I find it a bit easier
Tashiya Fernando
Tashiya Fernando 2 ай бұрын
Don't know how I found this video but very interesting and also me too wanted to learn Turkish language. There are few reasons why I do like to learn Turkish language, I'm a Sri Lankan been living in the UK and yes me too falling love with Turkish series. But most importantly , rhythm of the Turkish language is very interesting and it's feel so good to listen. Moreover, there are few words they using to appreciate others are way impressive . I believe I would able to learn Turkish language very soon as I can understand many words.
일리
일리 Ай бұрын
Thanks for ur video, I learned Kazakh languages for 3 years, but Turkish is much more easier I think. Well just beginner now, and wanna complete all the basic things to know. It's really helpful course
Габриела Иванова
Габриела Иванова 3 ай бұрын
Hii, I love the video, also for the "i" sound (without a dot), we have it in bulgarian language, it's the same but we write it "Ъ", and the same goes for "j". :) I also think that our languages have a lot of similarities considering the sounds, i guess it's because of our history together, anyway i really enjoied the video, thanks for sharing.
S. D.
S. D. 10 ай бұрын
I‘m german living in germany. Many of my friends are turkish because a lot of turks live in germany. Through them i fell in love with the turkish language and i must say that i developed a better understanding for the mistakes turkish people commonly make in the german language. They seem to mix up the 3 articles and now i understand that it’s because in turkish there are none so of course they are not used to it. German is also just a difficult language so i applaud anyone who tries to learn it 👏🏻
ms pan
ms pan 7 ай бұрын
i love u
Richard Young
Richard Young Жыл бұрын
Please give us some extra Turkish lessons and make it upon a regular basis if possible. Many English speakers want to learn Turkish, and this clip was excellent, thanks
H.
H. 4 ай бұрын
What makes u wanna learn Turkish?
dilara
dilara Жыл бұрын
@S M lol
Richard Young
Richard Young Жыл бұрын
@S M would you prefer us to choose another language, and leave Turkish for Turkish natives?
S M
S M Жыл бұрын
Turkish won't be a cool language anymore because many people now can speak it I mean no native
dilara
dilara Жыл бұрын
ben de sanki sakizli corap yazmış da onunla dalga geçiyorum gibi oldu
i.m mic
i.m mic 7 ай бұрын
as a passionate language learner, i feel like turkish will be my next challenge. it's such a different language from the ones i've been studying and it just sparks my interest. thank you for this introductive lesson, it was very helpful!
Rita Arfa
Rita Arfa 3 ай бұрын
Thank you) you helped me a lot to understand the philosophy of this language. I'm a french and Arabic speaker, I think if I was talking just in French it's will be harder for me to understand Turkish logic, but as an Arabic speaker too, I think it's easy to learn it, cause as you say, there is some words that similar to Arabic words, this is very cool !
LOSERWHOGOTCONFIDENT
LOSERWHOGOTCONFIDENT Ай бұрын
Hey Rešat, thank you so much for your video! I was already speaking a little Turkish prior, but this was an amazing refresher, and the way you laid out all the information in an organized manner, and shine the light upon the things that I was always curious about was really great! I would suggest if you would like people to get into Turkish, to display more of the beauty of the language, as it is described by many as a very appealing sounding language. Thank you so much again for pulling this together. It has been very helpful to me and increase my confidence.
Fēlīx
Fēlīx 8 ай бұрын
Thanks for the thorough introduction, and especially pointing out that Turkish is not phonetic! The way spoken Turkish omits the verb 'to be' and uses existence instead of 'to have' in order to talk about possession reminds me a lot of Russian, which I have been learning for a period of time already, so at least these aspects of the language should already have a compartment somewhere in my brain. I am a native Norwegian speaker (of a southeastern dialect), so the sounds of the Turkish letters 'ö' and 'r' are already part of my native repertoire, represented by the Norwegian letters 'ø' and 'r', respectively. The sounds of the Turkish 'ı' and 'ü' will need some practice though. Dialogues in Turkish (as I have heard them in the streets at home) sound like bubbling streams of water in the forest, and I find it very beautiful. I think it is the combination of the high frequency of vowels, the relatively wide spectrum of the vowel sounds, in addition to the general rhythm of the language, that results in this association.
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Skeptic
Skeptic Жыл бұрын
Turkish seems hard to learn but it is honestly one of the coolest languages and it is fun to pronounce
HPnicholasTurkey🌛
HPnicholasTurkey🌛 11 ай бұрын
I am turkısh I dont feel cool but you're really loved us language 🙂
Simi Bajaj
Simi Bajaj Жыл бұрын
noooooooooooooooooo its so easy
LITTLE Star😍💖
LITTLE Star😍💖 Жыл бұрын
Yes😅
princy swarna
princy swarna Жыл бұрын
Learn to write may be tough but learning to speak and understand is super easy with Duolingo I did with it in a month
Naz
Naz Жыл бұрын
I speak Arabic and I've watched ertugrul and ottoman so that's one of the reasons I want to learn Turkish, and some of the Turkish words actually sound like Arabic.
Christine Wittmer
Christine Wittmer 2 ай бұрын
I really like this, thank you! I started learning Turkish 8 weeks ago with an online teacher from Ankara. This video came at the right moment and gave me a nice summary of my first lessons. By the way: I like how you compare to German, French and Spanish. I speak all of these languages and can refer to your examples. That‘s very helpful. Great pronounciation, too!
TheTarnishedOne
TheTarnishedOne Ай бұрын
@Ali BUZKURT half my family is Turkish and my other half is Scottish but I don’t get to see my Turkish side, I only speak English and as Turkish is half my nationality I am so so determined to learn it may I have support ?
Ali BUZKURT
Ali BUZKURT 2 ай бұрын
Hello, I would love to help you learn Turkish. I really need a native English speaker to be able to speak fluently. Please let me know if u are really determined to improve your Turkish.
Lina1803
Lina1803 10 ай бұрын
I can say in Romania we have some common words that sound and even mean the same as in Turkish. We have that i without a dot, we write it î - same pronunciation. Also glass we called it geam - which is the same as the Turkish word but i think it is written a little differently. My mom knows more hahaha Amazing video!
Ionuț Coman
Ionuț Coman 6 ай бұрын
I learnt Turkish with the help of Turkish series. I can watch them without subtitles and I can understand. In fact, I can speak it fluently
charlesthebrick
charlesthebrick 7 ай бұрын
Went through a Turkish rock phase when I was 14 (love you maNga!!) Hopefully i’ll master Turkish someday.
Jenxevernano - Jensdiziland
Jenxevernano - Jensdiziland Жыл бұрын
This is great! First time I actually got a real insight into the Turkish language and was able to understand it a little bit better. Please Reşat keep doing videos like this! I would be forever grateful
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Eva Altieri
Eva Altieri Жыл бұрын
I totally agree, thank you arrest!
Elif Naz Aksaç
Elif Naz Aksaç Жыл бұрын
Yeme lan bizi hesabına baktım benim bike bikmediğim türk dizilerini takip ediyon
Sana
Sana Жыл бұрын
Ditto!
She She
She She Жыл бұрын
@Süleyman Havare I suggest you write correctly if you want people to get classes from you. In a short youtube comment you have two gigantic mistakes already so how are you going to teach a language when you don't pay attention
a a
a a 7 ай бұрын
The Turkish 'ı' actually sounds pretty similar to the Korean 'ㅡ'! In general Korean and Turkish seems to be similar, what with the similar base grammar structure and phonetic scripts and both being agglutinative languages
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Robert Edwards
Robert Edwards 8 ай бұрын
As a retired teacher, I appreciate your calm, effective teaching style. Very impressive! I am learning Turkish and am very happy to have found your content. Thank you!
H.
H. 4 ай бұрын
What makes u wanna learn Turkish?
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Kate Sannicks-Lerner
Kate Sannicks-Lerner 8 ай бұрын
Teşekkürler Reşat. Yaklaşık iki yıldır Duolingo'da Türkçe çalışıyorum ve anadili İngilizce olan birinden ders alıyorum. Kendim de bir dil öğretmeni ve öğrencisi olarak, kelime sırası ve kelime kökenleri hakkındaki net açıklamalarınızı gerçekten takdir ediyorum. Kanalınızı öğretmenim ile paylaşacağım.
Buz Tuz
Buz Tuz 26 күн бұрын
The only mistake is you put comma after olarak.
Kate Sannicks-Lerner
Kate Sannicks-Lerner 5 ай бұрын
@Mavi Kurt, I'm not a native speaker, I promise! - Google Translate works wonders! My teacher is a native Turkish speaker, though, and she's very good.
Mavi Kurt
Mavi Kurt 7 ай бұрын
I do not belief that you are not a native Turkish speaker.
phet nantharath
phet nantharath 3 ай бұрын
I am learning Turkish because addicted to Turkish series dramas. LOVE ❤️ from Melbourne Australia ❤️ 🇦🇺
RDG
RDG Жыл бұрын
This is such a helpful video for those who are planning to learn Türkçe. I wish this video existed when I needed it years ago. 😅 I actually find the Turkish language easy to learn. It really is a language of affixes! 😂 The good thing about this is if you know the root words, you'll get an idea what a sentence meant just by knowing the root words. 😊 I do know how to count in Türkçe! The most confusing for me was the "ö" and "ü" haha I think those 2 sound similar. But whatever. 😅 The first thing that really helped me was to study the alphabet and the sounds. Once you get that you can read turkish anytime! I studied it because I liked a turkish guy. 😂 and to practice my Türkçe I watched a Turkish drama (which helped me with pronunciation and remembering phrases and increasing vocabulary) and Turkish music. Overall, I loved the culture and history too! The sentence structure is so flexible as if you could just say any thing in whatever order. 😂😂😂 JK. I stopped learning it last yr though so my knowledge is very basic. 🙊 I will continue learning it again when I have more time. Türkiye seviyorum. ❤ Merhaba from Philippines. ❤ Note: there are similar words between Türkçe and Filipino 😁
Louna Chrifa
Louna Chrifa Жыл бұрын
So i guess you're no longer with that turkish guy 🥺
アレイナ
アレイナ Жыл бұрын
Merhaba from turkey❤️❤️
sevval bilgin
sevval bilgin Жыл бұрын
Probably cause of Spanish
Halime
Halime Жыл бұрын
For example which words are similar?
Sayeda Fatema
Sayeda Fatema 14 күн бұрын
That was awesome ☺️ It would be really helpful if you make a playlist of these lessons. Thanks a million..
Anxious Fur
Anxious Fur 9 ай бұрын
This is a great help for learning, being able to watch a Native speaker's mouth movements & hearing correct pronunciation is wonderful! I am having quite a difficult time learning Turkish, but it is my first time learning a new language & I haven't figured out what learning techniques work best for me yet!
Buz Tuz
Buz Tuz 26 күн бұрын
Please study the letters in turkish. It would help you a lot.
माधवी बांदेकर
माधवी बांदेकर 5 ай бұрын
I have just started learning turkish because I love to watch Turkish serials as you have already mentioned above in your video.. lock down period of Corona has taught many of us to learn something different and new... I am from India and I found many similar words in Turkish and Urdu only difference is the pronunciation.. in Turkish they use e vowel sound where in Urdu for same word they use a vowel sound.. Merhabba and Marhabba Selam and Salam Emanet and Amanat Ask and ishk So I am having more fun in learning.. thank you
blgygntcs89
blgygntcs89 11 ай бұрын
Mükemmel bir video hazırlamışsın. Ayrıca gender konusundan bahsederken binary'nin dışına çıkıp cisgender yanında transgender ve non-binary'e de değinmen çok hoşuma gitti. Senin gibi insanlar dil öğretmeli. Başarılar diliyorum 🤗🎉😬
Ornela Lalaj
Ornela Lalaj Жыл бұрын
Hello! As an Albanian, turkish was very difficult for me to learn especially gramatically, and sometimes the pronunciation of sounds ö and ğ. I think we have a sound similar to ı in my native language and is written as ë. However, we also have a lot of common words and that helped me out a bit. But the whole agglutinative part of the language was and sometimes still is difficult. Merhaba! Arnavut olarak türkçe öğrenmek benim için çok zordu, özellikle cümle yapısı ve ö ve ğ harflerin telafuzu. Arnavutcada ı ya benzer bir harfimiz var, ë olarak yazılıyor. Buna rağmen birçok ortak kelimeler de bulunmaktadır, böylece türkçeyi öğrenmek biraz kolaylaştırdı. Yine de ekler ile oluşan uzun ve karışık kelimeler söylemekten hala zorlanıyorum.
MrEmretti
MrEmretti 9 ай бұрын
@Ornela Lalaj I would have not wished this in this time. Situation is a bit complicated in Turkey. we need to chose a new government and they need to build a new economic plans ... otherwise it is not good idea if you do not earn you money with dollar/euro in Turkey.
Ornela Lalaj
Ornela Lalaj 9 ай бұрын
@MrEmretti I just want to live in Turkey
Ornela Lalaj
Ornela Lalaj 9 ай бұрын
@Ahmet Özer olabilir, onlarla çok temasım olmadığında hiç rastlamadım
MrEmretti
MrEmretti 9 ай бұрын
you learnt Turkish well. what do you want ? wanna be a author in turkey?
Ahmet Özer
Ahmet Özer Жыл бұрын
O sebeple Türkiye de yaşayan yaşlı Arnavutlar büyük ünlü uyumu kuralı gereği Ben geldim. Demek yerine Ben geldım derler. Yemek yedım. Bahçeye domates ektım.
Adam Moore
Adam Moore 9 ай бұрын
Thanks for the insight. As a native English speaker, and ESL teacher with many Turkish students, I appreciate it.
Fruit Lover
Fruit Lover 8 ай бұрын
This is such a nice video and great sum of everything basic needed to know. I'm doing a summer intensive program for 8 weeks with the university of Pittsburgh for the summer language institute (SLI) and am doing a little background knowledge to get familiar before I start the program. I did startalk 6 years ago in Arabic, then my second year 5 years ago in Turkish. So I decided to continue on in Turkish since it is a less common language and isn't taught at my university (CCU) but Arabic is taught, so if I ever wanted to revisit Arabic I don't feel threatened because CCU offers it. I thought might as well take Turkish during the summer at another university that will offer Turkish, then get my credits transferred. Cant wait to revisit the Turkish language over this summer! Thank you for this easy to understand video!
Angela
Angela 7 ай бұрын
Thank you very much for this video. I'm finding it a bit hard to speak Turkish because I can't remember sound combinations and of course suffixes. I know a lot of words but putting them together in a sentence is a struggle. So for me it's the thought process that is really coming slowly. This video helped me to understand it better.
Джон До
Джон До 11 ай бұрын
My first language is Russian and I was so surprised to find out that Russian and Turkish have so much in common: no articles, no fixed word order, conjugated verbs, omitting the pronouns, formal/informal pronouns, lots of similar sounds, words, etc. p. s. learning European languages was still waaaaaaay more easier 😂 For me Turkish is definitely a hard language to learn.
Jelena Ivković
Jelena Ivković Жыл бұрын
This is first class! Your English is perfect and also understanding of linguistics, thank you! I never watched Turkish dramas, but I am originally from Serbia (I have been living in Canada for 32 years) and we have a lot of Turkish words since most of our country was part of Ottoman Empire for 500 years. I am an English Professor and languages fascinate me.
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Uğur Önal
Uğur Önal 9 ай бұрын
@Super Fatih Kardes en azindan balkan ulkeleri hakkinda fikrin olsaydi. Yastik yorgan pencere tencere diye baslar bir cok turkce kelime vardir tum balkan ulkeleri dilinde.Hatta Kosova prizren sehrinde bir cok arnavut ana dil seviyesinde Turkce konusur.Sirbistan da kufur et Turkce hemen anlarlar.Misırda da ayni durum.var.Bir cok kelimeyi hala Turkce kullaniyorlar.Bunun disindaki ulkelerde dil etkilesimi pek olmamis(Bizden diger dile)
Duaad
Duaad Жыл бұрын
@J'véqnessi Tuirká I don't agree with you. Because there are a lot of Turkish words that have entered into the English language.
Sha Sha
Sha Sha Жыл бұрын
@Super Fatih Please do not speak if you do not know the truth. I am Bulgarian by origin and we have plenty of Turkish words, and I am not Bulgarian-Turkish. Same is in true about the Macedonian language. The number of the Turkish words in the Bg language is large - it is also true that some of these words have Arabic or Persian origin, but they were introduced in the Bg language via the Turkish language. Lets stop talking politics when we speak about language.
Max 75
Max 75 Жыл бұрын
@Jelena Ivković carsav,hajde..😉pozdrav Kiss from Italy
Sadiqah
Sadiqah Жыл бұрын
Thanks for creating this video! It's super easy to understand. Just go back from Turkey and the country fascinates me! Looking forward to master the basic and hone it!
Fadi
Fadi 11 ай бұрын
That flexibility, where you can omit the pronoun (I, she, he, it...) because the verb already has a prefix that indicates the subject, also exists in Arabic language. And I think this contributes to making the language more difficult to learn (at least at the beginning) for others who cant' skip the subject when speaking according to their mother language.
David Ng
David Ng 10 ай бұрын
Thank you for this video. I've only learned basic Turkish words from a few friends who are Turkish so this is a very interesting video for me to watch. Prior to that, I had no idea what other languages don't have articles besides Chinese, which is my ancestral language.
MrEmretti
MrEmretti 9 ай бұрын
as far as I know, that Turkic and Chinese have some common words. For example Chay(tea) and it is same in Chinese? we use a some words in our language in order to confirm the meaning of the sentence like "Bu hatayi sen yaptin degil mi?" ... here is the words " degil mi" ... which means "did you" or "is it right" ... whole translation of the sentences is "did you do this mistake, didnt you? "
Lena
Lena 11 ай бұрын
Magistral la forma de explicar, gracias por dedicarnos parte de tu tiempo, hasta parece fácil de aprender
Kenia Vargas
Kenia Vargas Жыл бұрын
Teşekkürler, zaten Türkçe öğrenmene ihtiyacım vardı 🇹🇷 Ben Meksikalıyım ama Türkiye'yi seviyorum ve öğrenmeye çok meraklıyım
Tuğba B
Tuğba B 6 ай бұрын
@Звездино дете “işgal” kelimesi Türkiye’de kötü bir anlam için kullanılıyor. Bu kelimenin yerine “Türklerin yönetimindeydik” diyebilirsin
Ken~Jutsu
Ken~Jutsu 6 ай бұрын
Teşekkür ederim ❤️🤗
Smtn
Smtn 11 ай бұрын
Öğrenmene yanlıştır. Öğrenmeye doğrudur.
Broken Brain.
Broken Brain. 11 ай бұрын
@Звездино дете Vaay canına bu çook etkileyiciii~
aras demir
aras demir Жыл бұрын
@Звездино дете Dostum okulda öğrendiğin bütün bilgiler doğru olmayabilir. Fetih ile işgal arasında büyük fark vardır. Bunda hemfikirizdir umarım, Osmanlı Devleti yaptığı fetihlerde dine ve dillerine karışmad. Son olarak Türkleri işgalcilik, sömürgecilik gibi şeylerle itham edemezsiniz. Bu bizim büyük ayıptır. Lütfen tarihimizi araştır. Türkçe öğrenmeni tebrik eder iyi günler dilerim.
TrueLoveGuard
TrueLoveGuard 4 ай бұрын
I try to learn at least the basic grammar structures and words to help the children in elementary school in their learning of the German language and even German calculations (as those are different too!) it helps to know where the differences and similarities are to teach them strategies in analyzing language to learn it. So thank you for these looks into their language. Also makes reading translation easier as they usually aren't literate in Turkish yet either.
izak521
izak521 11 ай бұрын
Excellent video! 👏👏👏. Loved the way you emphasize the pronunciation and explain the verb, subject and object differences.
Sumaya Akhter
Sumaya Akhter 11 ай бұрын
You are a very good speaker and teacher. You taught entirely well.This is your first video I've watched.😊❤️
ayat rao
ayat rao 5 ай бұрын
Exactly what I needed , Thankyou so much I am myself a urdu language teacher , the sentence structure, formals informal and the rules are exactly as Urdu … helped a lot💖
Martyna Jankowicz
Martyna Jankowicz Жыл бұрын
Thank you for this video, it's really informative, I got used to these "weird" rules in Turkish but it's harder to use them in real life haha I'm all for more videos about Turkish! Hopefully you can post more of them :) Polonya'dan selamlar!
Martyna Jankowicz
Martyna Jankowicz Жыл бұрын
@Humboldt that's why the word weird is in quotation marks :) it's not a negative sentence, it's just 'weird' for the speakers of any European language :)
Humboldt
Humboldt Жыл бұрын
“Weird”? These are not weird, turkish is the one of the most mathematical languages in the world
Zübeyde
Zübeyde Жыл бұрын
Selamlar
FilmArt
FilmArt Жыл бұрын
Greetings to Poland :)
Mehdi Jahanfar
Mehdi Jahanfar Ай бұрын
Perfect
J. Selma
J. Selma Ай бұрын
Hello to you from Japan. This was such a cool video. I’ve been web surfing researching one word. BUT First let me ask a question: are there TWO ways to write the alphabet letter i? One with the dot and one without? Please explain. Next, please please explain everything you know about the concept of hülya‎ Turkish: boş hayal‎, hülya‎ Tell me everything you know. Thanks so much. I appreciate this. Xoxo
adım pek de önemli değil gibi
adım pek de önemli değil gibi Ай бұрын
First, for your first question you can watch this second of the video (9:37) / we have I and İ, and they have different sounds but as i know japanese have these sounds too. And for your second question: hülya means being pensive. Like, if you are staring somewhere and thinking of something, that means "hülya". Dream means : rüya (which is we see while we are sleeping) and hayal (which is -for example our future plans or our wedding day) but "hülya" is absoluately different from them.
Mansoora Qureshi
Mansoora Qureshi Ай бұрын
Some people love to learn Turkish,but Turkish people should also learn English for easy communication,also to learn a language is an asset n skill.
chara sans
chara sans 9 ай бұрын
Türk olunpta Türkçe'nin öğrenilmek istendiği insanı gururla dolduruyor...
Aybüke Yılmaz
Aybüke Yılmaz Жыл бұрын
başkalarının bizim dilimizi öğrenmek istemesi güzel bir his :)
Nisa Demir
Nisa Demir 7 ай бұрын
@Altan Türkmen knk yorumlar full yabancı ve evt gerçekten t-dramalar dünyada çok popüler insanların tükçe öğrenmek istemesine şaşmamalı
Uğur Önal
Uğur Önal 9 ай бұрын
@Beyza Kalkan Gittigim bir ulkede atm dr sira beklerken Turk oldugumu ogrenen onumdeki cocuk bana izledigi diziyi gosterdi.Adini ilk kez o gün duydum.Bizimkiler ne var ne yok gonderiyorlar yurtdisina
human
human 11 ай бұрын
@Vikena Ismajlaj yorumun kalbimi ısıttı ♡
Elif Özkan
Elif Özkan Жыл бұрын
@Altan Türkmen 😁
Elif Özkan
Elif Özkan Жыл бұрын
Aynen yaa
Ascension Valdes
Ascension Valdes 11 ай бұрын
why dont you continue teaching Turkish? you do it sooo well👌❤️
Greg McNair
Greg McNair 11 ай бұрын
Although I don't understand the language, here in Holland, I've been exposed to alot of it (as there are alot of people here who come from Turkey). Though not understanding it, I've always enjoyed its the rhythmic flow.
ines Slt
ines Slt 8 ай бұрын
This video gave me a good insight into the Turkish language considering that my mother tongue is Arabic and I'm fluent in English. So I want to thank you so much for making things sounds easier.
Tunguskan Chief
Tunguskan Chief 10 ай бұрын
Teşekkürler! I have started to study the Turkish language in the last few weeks and this video have really been helpful.
Лейсан Мифтахова
Лейсан Мифтахова Жыл бұрын
Thank’s a lot. I’m a native Tatar speaker, for me it’s not difficult to understand the logic of the Turkish language system . Our languages are in the same semantic group. German , Russian, especially Arabic have more difficult and strict grammar structure.
Mavi Kurt
Mavi Kurt 7 ай бұрын
are you from crimea or kazan?
Aziz Bereket
Aziz Bereket Жыл бұрын
(ev ödevi)=the homework / ödev = homework mek/mak= exertion/prosess yap=do / make by adding onto-p yap-mak=the prosess of doing a/e = to ı/u =it's /about ta /da= at/around (in/on) ma=not (mu-eun=this one)=men=I /me (tsi-eun=that one)=sen=you var=arrive / er=get at yor=(go over it) / try di=now on muş=notice/ inform çek/çak = fetch /fasten bil=know al=have/get/take Ödevimi yaparım(ödev-im-ı yap-a-var-ı-men)=(I get to do (it's about) my homework)= I do my homework Ödevimi yapıyorum(ödev-im-ı yap-ı-yor-ı-men)=(I try to do my homework)= I'm doing my homework Ödevimi yapmaktayım(ödev-im-ı yap-mak-ta-ı-men)=(I'm in the process of doing my homework)= I've been doing my homework Ödevimi yaptım(ödev-im-ı yap-di-men)=(I do-ed about-my homework)= I did my homework Ödevimi yapmışım(ödev-im-ı yap-muş-ı-men)=(I'm aware that have done my homework) Ödevimi yapacağım(ödev-im-ı yap-a-çak-ı-men)=(I keep close to do my homework)= I will do my homework Ödevimi yapardım(ödev-im-ı yap-a-var-er-di-men)=I used to doing/ I would do my homework Ödevimi yapmazdım(ödev-im-ı yap-ma-bas-er-di-men)=(I used not to dwell on to do my homework)= I would not do my homework Ödevimi yapıyordum(ödev-im-ı yap-ı-yor-er-di-men)=I was doing my homework Ödevimi yapmaktaydım(ödev-im-ı yap-mak-ta-er-di-men)=I was been in the process of doing my homework Ödevimi yaptıydım(ödev-im-ı yap-di-er-di-men)= I remember I did my homework Ödevimi yapmıştım(ödev-im-ı yap-muş-er-di-men)=I had done my homework Ödevimi yapacaktım(ödev-im-ı yap-a-çak-er-di-men)=I would get to do my homework Ödevimi yapıverdim(ödev-im-ı yap-ı-ver-di-men)= I did easily my homework in no time Ödevimi yapabilirim(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-e-er-ı-men)=(I get to know to do my homework)= I am able to do my homework Ödevimi yapabiliyorum(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-i-yor-ı-men)=(I try to know to do my homework)= I can do my homework Ödevimi yapamam(ödev-im-ı yap-a-al-ma-ı-men)=(I don't get to get anything to do my homework)= I am not able to do my homework Ödevimi yapabildim(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-di-men)= I was able to do my homework Ödevimi yapabileceğim(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-e-çek-ı-men)=I will be able to do my homework Ödevimi yapabilirdim(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-e-er-di-men)= I could do my homework Ödevimi yapabilecektim(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-e-çek-er-di-men)=I would be able to do my homework Ödevimi yapabilseydim(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-eser-er-di-men)=if I would be able to do my homework Ödevimi yapabilmeliydim(ödev-im-ı yap-a-bil-mek-li-er-di-men)=I should be able to do my homework
Betül
Betül Жыл бұрын
@sidra Turks in everywhere dedi ya ona dedim djkdkslslslsmslslld
Adoon-ALLAH
Adoon-ALLAH Жыл бұрын
@DEVOTION Didn’t know the difference, thanks.
DEVOTION
DEVOTION Жыл бұрын
@Yusuf Kırım Tatarcası çok yakın olabilir Türkçeye, ama Kazan Tatarcası öyle değil. Tatarca Türk Dil Ailesinin Kıpçak grubuna bağlıdır, ama Kırım Tatarcası Osmanlı döneminde çok fazla etkilenmiştir Anadolu Türkçesinden. kzbin.info/www/bejne/kKmZiI2mm6idhaM
İremヅ
İremヅ 9 ай бұрын
this is really informative and helpful, thanks. Im trukish and I was looking for a video like this to send to my american friend who is planning to come to turkey and I kinda wanna teach him turkish too so this could help him understand turkish language better.
Qazaqsha Comedy
Qazaqsha Comedy 10 ай бұрын
It was a great lesson. I'm from Kazakhstan and actually Turkish language is a little similar to Kazakh language. For example Turkish numbers are 100% like Kazakh numbers.
Buz Tuz
Buz Tuz 26 күн бұрын
Are you kidding? Kazak is also a turkic language.
Aseel's Box
Aseel's Box 11 ай бұрын
I love the Turkish language even though it sounds very hard. I'm not sure if I would learn it, but I will try. I'm a native Arabic speaker, and I speak English as a Second Language. Even though I have been living in the United States for almost 4 years, I'm still struggling to speak it ‏ fluently. I go to university and work a full-time job both in English, but I speak only Arabic at home. 🇯🇴🇺🇸🇹🇷🇵🇸
Maja Moore
Maja Moore 2 күн бұрын
I read somewhere that Turkish is similar to Korean. I am a native English speaker from the U.S., but have been studying Korean for a few years. I can see some similar. The sentence structure, the pronunciation of the 'i' without the dot on top, and some other grammar points. Thanks for this video. I am looking forward to learning more.
Ayxmii Doherty
Ayxmii Doherty Жыл бұрын
I've been struggling to learn Turkish for some time now and you breaking this down in such a concise manner really made a lot of sense, so if you could make more videos like this that would be really great
Ayxmii Doherty
Ayxmii Doherty Жыл бұрын
@Burcu Yurtesen that's great! Let me know what apps you use so we can link up and learn together
Ayxmii Doherty
Ayxmii Doherty Жыл бұрын
@zümra demiral that'll be awesome, thanks
Burcu Yurtesen
Burcu Yurtesen Жыл бұрын
Hi, i want to improve my english , if you like we can help each other. I need to improve my speaking skills esspecially
Bumin kaan Demirbas
Bumin kaan Demirbas Жыл бұрын
İ am here too
zümra demiral
zümra demiral Жыл бұрын
If you need any help during your process of learning Turkish, I am here to help 👋 Kolay gelsin!
Bella M Walker
Bella M Walker 9 ай бұрын
It's been a few months that I'm learning Turkish, and you teach it the best way. Thanks a million.
WM
WM Ай бұрын
kolaylıklar dilerim!
Tai Jennex
Tai Jennex 11 ай бұрын
I love Turkish I am currently learning to speak it And I am so happy I found your video I enjoy you’re videos and love the way you explain the language cos I was watching a few other videos of ppl who were explaining but you seem to have a way of doing that so I understand better also please make more videos on Turkish if it is okay for me to ask You are amazing!, thank you Teşekkür ederim
Turkish Conversation Club
Turkish Conversation Club 7 ай бұрын
if u want speak turkish pls book a trial lesson :) preply.com/tr/%C3%B6%C4%9Fretmen/875753/
william massolin
william massolin 5 ай бұрын
Thanks. Great introduction. Where to go next? Do you have a full introductory course available or would you recommend any?
Learn English with Camille
Learn English with Camille 5 ай бұрын
I’m starting my Turkish learning language today! This video was an excellent start! Thank you 🙌🏻🙏🏻
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Honela Kumi
Honela Kumi Жыл бұрын
Your English is perfect and you have the right voice to be a teacher! Your understanding of the linguistics and phonetics are admirable. I understand how history, lifestyle, culture and traditions have a huge impact on a nation’s language. Therefor I also understand perfectly the expression “health to your hands” which in English you could use it as “ God bless your hands” or the expression “kolaj gelsin” it could be used as “have an easy, quiet day of work” pretty much Anyway, what you are doing is awesome so “kolaj gelsin ve tekshukur ederim!” Please forgive my Turkish spelling
Talha Samet Şahin
Talha Samet Şahin 4 ай бұрын
Hello there! I can teach you Turkish. I was born and raised in Turkey/Istanbul. I am 20 years old. I'm an electrical technician. I am trying to learn foreign language like you. I know the difficulties of learning a foreign language. I know that many people only watch TV series and movies while learning a foreign language. This is a so efficient method, but those who only use this method will have a hard time talking to a Turk. This is so natural. I want to learn English and German. I also have a hard time talking to English and Germans. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person to learn a foreign language is to speak to a native speaker in target language. If you can help me learn English and German, or if you just want to be friends and socialize, I would like to help you speak Turkish. I really want to learn English and German and I think I need a friend to speak. If you think like me for any language, you can send me a message. All the best!
Lgs Lgs
Lgs Lgs 8 ай бұрын
Kolay gelsin , teşekkür ederim (İts correct)
paty0916usa
paty0916usa 8 ай бұрын
I love it, thank you... I just started learning Turkish and it is very unique... but I'm loving it...
Mark Smith
Mark Smith 4 ай бұрын
Excellent. I have learned a little Turkish. Your explanations are very useful, and your pronunciation really helped me.
Ange
Ange 11 ай бұрын
I have greatly enjoyed listening to you. Congratulations for both your English and lesson😍
Azizah Katan
Azizah Katan 9 ай бұрын
I’m grateful that i found your great video. I get excited when i hear words which sound similar to my language ( Malaysian language,a lot of words originates from arabic language) while watching turkish series. Thus my interest to learn turkish. I must admit it’s hard to pronounce most turkish words. Thank you.
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