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Turkish Sentences

0.30MB. 0 audio & 0 images. Updated 2021-02-06.
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Description

This is a collection of Turkish sentences, sorted from easiest (most simple) to hardest (most complex). This deck begins with very simple sentences, and slowly gets harder as you progress. -=-=-=-=-=- — Why study sentences? Memorizing the meaning of individual words... is pretty much pointless. If you want actual fluency, you need to see a word in as many example sentences as possible. That makes the language start to flow in your head. That shows you how to use the word. How it is combined with the other words. And many other things. We think that effort always converts into fluency. This is not true. If you memorize the meaning of individual words you won't get fluent and you will spend a ton of effort. But studying sentences is the real deal. Is the method of learning that actually converts effort to fluency. Get some basic grammar, some basic vocabulary, then just dive into sentences and more sentences until you're fluent. -=-=-=-=-=- https://frequencylists.blogspot.com.br/

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Sentence Seni çok seviyorum.
Sentence (English) I love you very much.
Sentence (Search Field) Seni çok seviyorum.
Language Code tr
Language Turkish
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Sentence Seninle konuşmak istiyor.
Sentence (English) He wants to talk to you.
Sentence (Search Field) Seninle konuşmak istiyor.
Language Code tr
Language Turkish
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[2]
Tags
Sentence Böyle iyi mi?
Sentence (English) Is that good?
Sentence (Search Field) Böyle iyi mi?
Language Code tr
Language Turkish
[1]
[2]
Tags

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Reviews

on 1617036494
Çok basit
on 1608189857
Good for good
on 1590271680
Obrigado pelo ótimo trabalho e por disponibilizar os decks. Fique com Deus e abraços.
on 1588556587
gramer didn't true
on 1570234944
This deck is a work of art! You can clearly see the effort Neri has put into it, not only by extensive amount of sentences, but also by the fact it has audio and highlights the words you should be worrying about.

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!
Comment from author
I can make something much better than this deck... but my current to-do list is fairly big, it will take a while to make the next version of this deck ^^
on 1558553834
Cards are in complete mess.. Grammar mistakes in both turkish and English cards.. I'm disappointed..
on 1544725171
Hello Neri!
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 shamil153@gmail.com.
Respectfully yours, Shamil Khayrutdinov.
on 1513382400
It helps me to learn turkish every day
on 1496016000
pronunciation is difficult

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.
on 1493596800
Google translate is not safe enough

Yeah... Google translate.... = Problem.

Also, it's a massive download with the audio files.
on 1488240000
pretty awesome but minor mistakes

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.
on 1487376000
Where's part 2?

I enjoyed using this deck but unfortunately, I'm not able to find the second part... Is it still online/downloadable somewhere?