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We chat about Turkish language, its grammar and how it's spoken in every day life.

We chat about Turkish language, its grammar and how it's spoken in every day life.

Location:

Turkey

Description:

We chat about Turkish language, its grammar and how it's spoken in every day life.

Language:

Turkish


Episodes

Lesson 136 (Int): Prohibition

3/20/2014
Today, we’re learning the different ways to say “when” in Turkish. When? Today. When? Yep. (intermediate)

Duration:00:22:38

Lesson 135 (Beg): Butterfly Hunting

3/20/2014
Le, la, li, lu! Today’s suffixes make quite the tune. Join the chorus and come learn how to say “with” with us. (beginner)

Duration:00:17:06

Lesson 134 (Beg): A Selfish Lesson

3/5/2014
Today, we’re talking all about ourselves. And yourselves. And myself. Join us for some fun with kendi! (beginner)

Duration:00:20:10

Lesson 133 (Beg): Writing A Letter

2/25/2014
Dear Turkish learner – won’t you please join us for some tea and Turkish this evening? Sincerely, Turkish Tea Time. (beginner)

Duration:00:15:10

Lesson 132 (Int): A Hat Anarchy

2/18/2014
Grab your fanciest hat and come learn about the Turkish hatted A in today’s lesson.

Duration:00:21:46

Lesson 131 (Beg): Life is Hard

2/12/2014
We’re going back to basics in today’s lesson. Life is hard, but the accusative suffix is not. (beginner)

Duration:00:22:36

Lesson 130 (Noob): Happy Merry Best Wishes!

1/27/2014
Happy new day and merry salutations! Today we’re looking at the many ways in which Turks congratulate, well-wish, and console. (noobie)

Duration:00:18:36

Lesson 128 (Adv): Zaytung

1/17/2014
Bugün Türkiye’nin en popüler sahte haber sitesi Zaytung’tan taşlamalı bir makale okuyacağız. (advanced)

Duration:00:10:11

Lesson 127 (Beg): The Tourist

1/13/2014
Today, we’re reviewing all the major suffixes we think you should know as a beginner Turkish learner. (beginner)

Duration:00:26:56

Lesson 126 (Noob): At the Bank

1/9/2014
We’re taking today’s lesson all the way to the bank. . . literally. Join us today for some useful phrases for the Turkish bank. (noobie)

Duration:00:17:25

Lesson 123 (Beg): Debt Depression

12/19/2013
Being in debt is no fun. But you know what is? Consonant mutation! Join us today as we pour radioactive waste all over some Turkish words and watch them mutate. (beginner)

Duration:00:20:44

Lesson 122 (Int): Whipped

12/4/2013
Sometimes, you’ll do anything for that special someone. Join us today for a lesson on love and the causative suffix. (intermediate)

Duration:00:19:47

Lesson 121 (Beg): Vampires

12/2/2013
Today, a couple of well-meaning vampires help us distinguish some basic verbs that Turkish learners confuse all the time.

Duration:00:20:40

Lesson 120 (Noob): Dates

11/28/2013
Alright guys, we gotta learn dates. Not the most exciting topic when learning a foreign language – but it’s important, you’ll use it all the time, and we’ll do our best to make you giggle. (noobie)

Duration:00:17:32

Lesson 119 (Beg): Küçük Kitty

11/26/2013
Today, we’re looking at all the different ways the simple present tense is used in Turkish. If you do well, we’ll let you keep the kitten from today’s lesson. (beginner)

Duration:00:22:48

Lesson 118 (Int): Turkish Bath

11/22/2013
There’s no better place to reflect than the Turkish bath – so join us at the hamam today as we go over the Turkish reflexive suffix. (intermediate)

Duration:00:22:39

Lesson 117 (Beg): Dream Big

11/19/2013
Not many people know this, but I’m an aspiring Turkish pop star. I’ve got it all planned out, beginning with step one: learn how to say “as soon as” today on Turkish Tea Time. (beginner)

Duration:00:21:08

Lesson 116 (Noob): Fruits and Veggies

11/17/2013
The secret to a long and healthy life: plenty of fruits, an abundance of vegetables, and a daily dose of Turkish Tea Time. (noobie)

Duration:00:19:14

Lesson 115 (Int): Haunted House

11/15/2013
Today, we team up with a couple of ghosts to plot how to scare the pants off the new family moving in. . . and to explain how to say “instead” with -eceğine. (intermediate)

Duration:00:20:27

Lesson 114 (Beg): The Pizza Man

11/13/2013
Today, we’re talking about -mekte, which is really just a fancy alternative to -iyor. Sort of like the spinach and goat cheese pizza of Turkish present tense. (beginner)

Duration:00:17:37