Turkish in Daily Life
A new country, a new culture, new friends and above all a new language!! In short a brand new life…
The foreigners living abroad should cope with all these difficulties. There are many foreigners residing in Turkey and all have different reasons such as work, marriage, and education etc. it becomes easy to get used to a new environment in time, but the most important factor to know and adopt a country is to speak their language. After learning their language it becomes easier to communicate in daily life, to know and understand people better.
In order to assist you we compiled the Turkish words and phrases that might be useful in your daily life according to their subjects.
Please inform us on the other subjects you are interested in or the ones you
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By alta 2.3.2004
greattttttttttt work mymerhaba team. I was looking forward to this kind of information on your site. I should tell that you guys are doing a wonderful job in keeping us informed and entertained about the lovely country. More addition to the same sections would do wonders. Can you put conversation in Turkish with your friends and family. Well wishes and general talk. I am you guys would turn up with something more useful. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GOING.
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