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Basic Turkish sentence structures, words which sound the same with different meanings and a lot of startup tips...


Aug 26, 2016 3:52 PM
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Turkish sentence structure:

Subject (özne)    +      object (nesne)      +        verb (yüklem)

Ex:

Ben  (I)                      okula  (to school)               gittim (went).           (I went to school.)


There are lots of homonymic words. In my opinion you should focus on basic sentences, grammar rules, conversation abilities and so on if you are beginner. Because you can find more than 100 homonymic words. By learning/memorising these words, you will gain vocublary. However, memorising these words will not make a beginner talk in Turkish if he/she does not know fundemantal Turkish grammar rules, sentences...

I appreciate your desire of learning different words (to speak better, keep this desire alive). This will help you to speak better, but it is important to keep in mind that you should learn fundemantal Turkish gramma rules and so on.

Some homonymic words:

yüz (100 or face)

yaz (write or summer)

ocak (january or oven or chimney)

... To learn more you can have a look at : http://www.turkdilbilgisi.com/sozcukte-anlam/es-sesli-kelimeler-ornekler-sozlugu.html


August 26, 2016
Tinotenda B
Language Skills
Other, Turkish
Learning Language
Turkish