Sample (from 3001 notes)
|Sentence||Seni çok seviyorum.|
|Sentence (English)||I love you very much.|
|Sentence (Search Field)||Seni çok seviyorum.|
|Sentence||Seninle konuşmak istiyor.|
|Sentence (English)||He wants to talk to you.|
|Sentence (Search Field)||Seninle konuşmak istiyor.|
|Sentence||Böyle iyi mi?|
|Sentence (English)||Is that good?|
|Sentence (Search Field)||Böyle iyi mi?|
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That being said, it's obviously not perfect. The audio is computer generated and the database used is not really reliable (some sentences are just direct word by word translations of English). These are the main reason I've stopped using this deck. But I need to give credit where it's due. The amount of work put into this is astonishing. Keep up the good work!
I'm an admirer of your lists of "sentences sorted from easiest to hardest". You've done an amazing job! They helped me a lot at studying the languages that I need. I think your decks are one of the best tools for learning languages ever! Thank you really much, I deeply appreciate your efforts! Will you be able to create such a deck for Uyghur? I am ready to pay you a reasonable sum of money for this job. You see, there are very few resources for learning Uyghur, and this is quite a big language (about 10 million speakers in China and Central Asia). Please help the community of Uyghur-learners, we really need it! Thank you beforehand! My email address is email@example.com.
Respectfully yours, Shamil Khayrutdinov.
Being a listener of turkish speakers and having Turks trying to understand my english, I know pronunciation and speed is one of the major hurdles to fluency. In this deck, I find the speaker both too fast and with poor pronunciation. My wife, who is Turkish, found some of the issues also. For the "easiest" part, and to overcome the recorded nature of the medium, I would expect the speaker to take more care. In some cases, the sentences are intelligible.
Yeah... Google translate.... = Problem.
Also, it's a massive download with the audio files.
Really good job here. Sentences are the most important thing even more important than the word itself. There are just minor mistakes, that will not change the deal. This deck is definitely recommended for every turkish learner.
I enjoyed using this deck but unfortunately, I'm not able to find the second part... Is it still online/downloadable somewhere?