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blueberet

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  1. yep i was joking about being agent there'll be hardly any problem. from now on you should be able to communicate with him once in a week or two. i'm not saying its not normal to receive letters i'm just saying that its unusual because most of the guys communicate with others via e-mails and social network. Considering the delivery time of letters this is better.
  2. Hi, Almost 45 days passed since the last enlistment and the boot camp period already finished. Its a rare thing today that soldiers receiving mails and considering your mail is from romania its very unusual. I think there wont be any problem as long as you dont talk about Turkish PM and his goverment or else you'll get your share from non-lethal dose of Tayyip cencorship. just write the address in turkish and your mail surely going to reach its destination and then pray that his commanders are reasonable men so your bf wont end up charged with being a romanian agent
  3. right how could i forget to mention çibörek, favourite food of superheroes
  4. yes, legally soldiers have 2 days military leave per month. As things stand your boyfriend have 30 days leave. But most of soldiers prefer not use them all in once (some use 10 days some 20) because unused days reduces the total service time. For example if he uses 10 days he will be discharged from military 20 days earlier.
  5. Eskişehir is not my hometown but I lived in Eskişehir for past 4 years and I know pretty much everything about the city. I'm actually surprised nobody started Eskişehir topic so I decided to start my own. Eskişehir is a city in the northwestern part of Central Anatolia. The city is 233 km to the west of Ankara, 330 km to the southeast of Istanbul. The city is home to 500.000 people and two of Turkey's biggest universities Anadolu Üniversitesi and Osmangazi Üniversitesi therefore the city is widely known as student's city. The Porsuk River divides the city in two. The river is so cute and p
  6. Hi Anfal, i've made a quick search and found some information which could be usefull.Here is the excel list of universities and their application criterias (unfortunately document's language is turkish);http://www.yok.gov.tr/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=850results of my quick search;Uluslararası Antalya Üni. 5 subjects at least C levelAntalya Üni. Medical School 3 subjects at least A levelAntalya Üni. Engineering and Law Schools 2 subjects at least A levelAksaray Üni. at least C levelGediz Üni. at least C level for 5 subjects
  7. Thank Abi, University did help but I took english classes when i was in highschool.
  8. Hi, I've finished my national service in september. Maybe i can help you with your question.Recruiting process is a bit complex in Turkish Army. Looking at his joining date i assume he is "92/4 tertip" which means he will be in the army for the next 15 months. For new recruits there is a training schedule which lasts 30 to 75 days in a training base.Those bases have telephone boots that soldiers can use. During this schedule they are not allowed to leave the military base. When their training finishes they will be given a one or two day off then they will be sent to their military bases where
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