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Turkish resources

Postby reineke » Sat Oct 29, 2016 7:23 pm

50 Languages https://www.50languages.com
FSI/DLI
http://fsi-dli.yojik.eu/

Chung wrote:Here are the resources that I was able to scrounge for Turkish. It's just a list without comments on the quality or suitability of the material.

Turkish

Courses / Supplementary learning material (including literature)
- FSI Turkish Basic Course (Lloyd B. Swift & Selman Ağralı) [English]
- FSI Turkish Basic Course - Graded Reader (Selman Ağralı et al.) [English]
- GLOSS Modules (13 lessons) (DLIFLC) [English]
- Language Survival Kit (DLIFLC) [English]
- Headstart2 Turkish (DLIFLC - free registration required) [English]
- DLIFLC - Legends and Folktales [English - scroll down to Turkey to hear “The Legend of Troy” in either English or Turkish accompanied by subtitles]
- I'm learning Turkish [English, Turkish]
- Nasrettin Hoca Stories (texts with audio) [English]
- Elementary Turkish (Kurtuluş Öztopçu) [English] COMMERCIAL
- Get Started in Turkish (formerly “Teach Yourself Beginner's Turkish”) (Asuman Çelen Pollard) [English] COMMERCIAL
- Complete Turkish (formerly “Teach Yourself Turkish”) (Asuman Çelen Pollard) [English] COMMERCIAL
- Beginning Turkish (Critical Language Series) (András J. E. Bodrogligeti) [English] COMMERCIAL
- Intermediate Turkish (Critical Language Series) (Jessica Tiregol) [English] COMMERCIAL
- Advanced Turkish (Critical Language Series) (Jessica Tiregol) [English] COMMERCIAL
- Assimil Le Turc (Dominique Halbout) [French] COMMERCIAL
- Türkisch: Lehrbuch für Anfänger und Fortgescrhittene (4. überarbeitete Auflage) (Margarete I. Ersen-Rasch) [German] COMMERCIAL
- Türkisch: Übungsgrammatik A1-C1 (2. überarbeitete Auflage) (Margarete I. Ersen-Rasch) [German] COMMERCIAL

Dictionaries / Reference Material / Phrasebooks / Word-lists
- Manisa Turkish (John Guise) [English]
- Sesli sözlük [English, Turkish]
- Milet Comprehensive Dictionary (Birsen Çankaya and Gordon Jones) [English] COMMERCIAL
- The Larger Redhouse Portable Dictionary (Serap Bezmez and Richard Blakney) [English] COMMERCIAL
- Langenscheidt Standard Dictionary Turkish (Resuhi Akdikmen) [English, Turkish] COMMERCIAL
- Turkısh: An Essential Grammar (Aslı Göksel and Celia Kerslake) [English] COMMERCIAL

Media / Culture
- TRT (Turkish Radio and Television Corporation) [English, Turkish]
- BBC Turkish [Turkish]
- Amerika'nın Sesi (Voice of America) [Turkish]
- Deutsche Welle (Deutsche Welle) [Turkish]
- LangMedia Turkish in Turkey (Five Colleges) [English, Turkish]
- LangMedia CultureTalk Turkey (Five Colleges) [English, Turkish]

- Vikipedi (Turkish Wikipedia)
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Re: Turkish resources

Postby Speakeasy » Tue Oct 31, 2017 7:36 pm

New discussion thread containing links, et cetera:

Turkish language resources - A language learners' forum, October 2017
https://forum.language-learners.org/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=7178&p=88264#p88264
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Re: Turkish resources

Postby Xmmm » Sat Mar 17, 2018 3:59 am

I just watched episode #1 of 46 Yok Olan. It looks really good. No spoilers from me, but there's some pseudo-science, some hallucinogens, some cultural appropriation, one or more murder mysteries, and of course a deranged protagonist. It's so helpful to be learning a language where they care about their TV quality. :)

Feels like Turkish is becoming the new Russian on this board ...
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Re: Turkish resources

Postby Expugnator » Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:44 am

Xmmm wrote:I just watched episode #1 of 46 Yok Olan. It looks really good. No spoilers from me, but there's some pseudo-science, some hallucinogens, some cultural appropriation, one or more murder mysteries, and of course a deranged protagonist. It's so helpful to be learning a language where they care about their TV quality. :)

Feels like Turkish is becoming the new Russian on this board ...


Does it have subtitles?
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Re: Turkish resources

Postby Xmmm » Sat Mar 17, 2018 2:49 pm

Expugnator wrote:
Xmmm wrote:I just watched episode #1 of 46 Yok Olan. It looks really good. No spoilers from me, but there's some pseudo-science, some hallucinogens, some cultural appropriation, one or more murder mysteries, and of course a deranged protagonist. It's so helpful to be learning a language where they care about their TV quality. :)

Feels like Turkish is becoming the new Russian on this board ...


Does it have subtitles?


Only in Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Spanish and Turkish (Netflix) ...
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Re: Turkish resources

Postby Expugnator » Sat Mar 17, 2018 3:51 pm

It's not available in Brazil. As for the Turkish one that is available, it doesn't have Turkish subtitles, only the FIGS, Portuguese and English.
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