Re: Interesting Article
From 1990 but still a good read.
In 1990, a...
Seeking to capitalise on the arguments this week about "bullying" England and keeping the pound, they will unveil an ambitious scheme to scrap the current – English inspired – road signage system. M for motorway will be replaced with a new S – for Scotland and the A trunk roads will become N...
A new thread to encourage TLFlers to provide a link to articles that they have enjoyed reading. Hopefully, but not necessarily about Turkey:-
Paper collectors across Turkey cry out against public prejudice - Turkey News
Next time we see one let's give them a smile. Recycling at its best.
I want to shorten a title of an article without changing the meaning:
Would the following :
"Secim Yapmayi Reddediyorum"
can be also said :
Do they differ in meaning at all? if so how?
And how can I translate the shortened version into English (with...
heres an article about Kayaköy village near Fethiye .if you haven't been put it on your list of places to see you wont be disappointed .
although its four years since i was there last..and things might have changed ,we do have members living there İ wonder what they think ?
Another slice of...
AK Party reneges on promise of democracy by targeting judiciary
This made for uncomfortable reading this morning.
It's clear that the article is bias, but unlike most articles in the TZ, this one is highly critical of the AK party, and their plans to abolish specially authorised courts...
This guys wife is on the pigs back for evermore. Ha ah ha ha :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
Russian man walks out on his wife's cooking and ends up surviving on berries and leaves for a month | Mail Online
TASTE OF THE PAST - Slavery among the Ottomans
I'm shocked that as recently as 1846 there were still slaves sold in Istanbul - it's also noteworthy that the trades were most popular between blacks and women.
Need read the article in the Daily Mail today on page 70?
Sorry, do not know how to link the page.can anyone else do it for me please?
All positive re buying property in Turkey :)
Especially Bodrum area.:)
the following is taken from the link think ive osted...i had the article this morning...and really dont know what to think about it
asking the Un for help with the refugees is one thing but invoking NATO to be involved in the border areas is very serious..lets hope it doesnt happen...
Foreign gambling websites cash in on Turkey?s illegal market
A gentle hint in Todays Gule* regarding illegal gambling -
Upcoming investigations intend to decipher the methods being used to provide outlets for gambling in Turkey. The technique used in the Internet cafes in question is that when...
Yesterday while chatting to Sarah at the Ozel Hospital [Bodrum],she said her sidekick Deniz was reading the Hurriyet online & told her about an article on there about Yabanci's having to pay a monthly fee ,[as in the old UK national insurance], for services via the Devlet hospitals.I was told...
Behind Bars in the Deep State - By Justin Vela | Foreign Policy
For many Turkish citizens, the evolution of their democracy is best discussed in whispers. Turkey has come far in recent years, but these days they prefer not to speak too loudly about where it is headed.
In the past two...
I got into translating a Turkish press article from a news website to practice my Turkish skills. In spite of having learned some grammar so far, I am struggling with almost every sentence, so please help me to get it right. The whole paragraph is:
I translated the first, long sentence...
Came across this article in the U.K's press and one of the companies offering this kind of holiday to Turkey is called Crescent Tours, no relation to Crescent Homes is it? :)
The birth of halal holidays | The Guardian