Alaysia
🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷 Hi 👋 and Merhaba 👋Everyone… Just weighing my options for the new year… I need to decide whether I want to study French, Farsi or Turkish as a secondary language… (Arabic will be my main focus). Are there any Turkish tutors teaching using these books? Do you think these books are useful to learn from? Is it possible to learn Turkish in Turkish from day one?
Nov 7, 2021 10:16 PM
Answers · 8
Have u bought those, i also learn trukish
November 8, 2021
Yes, I think they are the best in many ways. English translations of some grammar terms are not very good though as they use traditional grammar terms, still it is not a big problem. But for an absolute beginner ( I don't mean to discourage you) I don't think only studying books will be enough as Turkish is a very different language in the meaning of grammar logic. I recommend you to have a professional, experienced tutor for A1, once you get the logic you can continue on yourself if you want. Everybody wants to improve their English (including Turkish teachers) so you can offer language exchange as an alternative.
November 8, 2021
Hey Alaysia! I think these books do a pretty good job. They include some exercises, grammar topics and lots of vocabulary practices. They lift you from complete beginner up to an advance level. They include chapters from everyday life. I recommend it.
November 7, 2021
Yes, they are easy to study and well-organized but their audios are a bit difficult and fast for a starter.
November 10, 2021
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