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http://tuam.mersin.edu.tr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=70:tuam-tuerkce-kurslar&catid=1:son-haberler

Apparently there is a Turkish Teaching Center at the Mersin University.

I guess the classes are intended for the erasmus students as an extracurricalur activity.

Their last class started on march 7th according to the article, but they have a contact number and an e-mail adress, I would ask for new classes if I were you.

You may also try the language centers around the forum mall center, i googled them, but i can't find any that offers turkish classes to foreigners.

Then again they might be willing to offer private one on one lessons as they don't have many foreign students.

Good luck.

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Hello Edgen, and thanks,

Actually I have checked the university cousrse and contacted them, but the fees are too high for me. I want to check if there will be anything cheaper than this.

If you are of aquaitance of where I can find Language centers please do share :) I will keep the online search.

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Silifke is a little out of the way for me Oz but great that you are a vet.  Were you school in the UK or here in Turkey?  We have a vet in Mezitli however he is a little rough with our pets (and my thousands of strays).  He also doesnt know how to give my poodle a hair cut tongue.png

 

Will keep your no and will contact you.

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Hi guys, I am wondering if someone could  teach me some basic turkish phrases in order to manage life in Turkey. I would prefer online or Skype lessons

Regards,

Silikroute

 

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I used TurkishClass101. I am still using it, in addition to the regular classroom Turkish classes I am taking. There are lessons from beginner to advanced, with both written and audio versions of the written Turkish. I currently read the courses, then listen to the audio versions, then when I have spare time, listen to the audio versions again. Once you get through all the way to the advanced lessons your Turkish should be pretty good.

 

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That's a shame, we considered taking some classes but we live 50km from town and the classes are every day. We cannot do a 100km round trip each day to attend Turkish classes, alongside all the other jobs. I hope that you find something.

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I've taken courses from both Tömer and the Turkish-American Association in Antalya, and all of the courses were taught in Turkish, for all nationalities, from the beginning (requiring some pantomime of course!). All of the books are also in Turkish. My current teacher speaks very little English. Which might be a problem for online courses, but if you can find a private teacher you could learn it whether your teacher speaks English or not.

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