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    Basic English speaking tv

    Hi all Again looking for a bit of guidance . Free to air English satelite tv systems please any advice . So I am looking at approximate cost and system name . Only want free to air basics in films ,news kids etc Mainly to use as holiday home and possibly for us to view dvd etc . I can't...
  2. T

    Some greetings and basic phrases

    Some greetings and basic phrases The following list of commonly used greetings and basic phrases may be helpful for you. Günaydln. Good morning. İyi akşamlar. Good evening. iyi geceler. Good night. There is no set expression for 'good afternoon~ but you can say: iyi günler. Good day(s)...
  3. Mushroom

    Best basic satellite TV package in Turkey??

    Having had Digiturk as a basic package for about 5 years and seeing the number of useful channels reducing, I am looking for another provider. We are not prolific TV watchers when in Turkey but it is often just appreciated to being able to watch the news or some other English speaking programs...
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    Basic Property Management Service

    Hello I wonder if I could call on the expertise of site members. I have an apartment in Yalikavak and have been renting it for a few years, arranging my own lettings from the UK. I am looking for someone to provide: 1. A key Handover Service and checking there is no damage when clients...
  5. onz

    Basic cost phone and internet please

    hi has anyone got the cost of a phone line and internet please i know you need to be turkish or have residency to get it installed,also can you suspend service in winter many thanks john:kitapoku:
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    Basic Turkish Words Please

    Good afternoon everyone I am off to Turkey on the 17th (and very excited already) and would really like to be able to have some simple words/phrases I can use when I am over there. I was never any good at languages at school and have no knowledge at all of Turkish so an absolute beginner. I...
  7. tinkycarol

    Basic laptop - any recommendations?

    Hi, I intend to buy a new laptop next month and wonder if anyone has any recommendations. Very basic requirements - using the internet using a 3 dongle, uploading/ storing a small amount of photos, watching the odd DVD, burning/ripping CD's & loading some CD's onto MP3 player (once sussed how...
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    Some Basic Questions and Answers Regarding Turkish Condominium Law

    Q: In our site, one of our neighbours is feeding a dog in his individual property. My little children are annoyed and scared of this dog, furthermore, we are getting disturbed by its barking at nights as whole family. What can we do? A: Every individual owner has to show respect towards other...
  9. shirleyanntr

    basic for telling the time

    i have a feeling i might have done a thread about tellinng the time..but never mind..it was always a hurdle for me..im getting better..but it took me ages to learn to tell the time in english. İ hope this little bit will help those of you who havent got to grips with it yet. and if it seems...
  10. shirleyanntr

    basic form filling words

    Basic form filling words. İve had a few pm’s lately asking what different things mean..and i notice on the forum today there's a query about some basic words. So here's a few words and phrases that might be of some help ..and of course they come with a price…… my price is that you read and try...
  11. shirleyanntr

    basic turkish test

    heres a little test from the Dilmer language school...its the test from their first lessons...see how you get on..and dont be despondent if you dont do ok...i will post the answers later...or if you want by pm. 1- Sınıfta kimler .......................? A) değil B) var C) nerede D) mi...
  12. bobthenob

    Ten basic rules for doggies

    copied from the doggy webpage. Basic Rules for Dogs Who Have a Yard to Protect by Gary Bogue, Columnist for The San Ramon Valley Times Newspapers: If you have to go pee while playing in the front yard, always use the newspaper that's placed on the driveway every morning just for that purpose...
  13. shirleyanntr

    a basic for enjoying it

    how to put things in the past and future tenses(and a reminder of the present) Most of us when we start to learn turkish we tend to use the present tense all the time..its usually the first tense in most grammar books..so we get stuck with it added to this we tend to use not only the present...
  14. shirleyanntr

    some basic phrases

    basic phrases. here are some random phrases and some replies you may get and can't quite catch. For those of you who like to understand the grammar take notice of the tenses and the endings. Can you find the İF tense?..its useful..but not used much by learners..and thats a shame as you can...
  15. shirleyanntr

    a basic about pronouns

    basic pronouns pronouns are bewildering..there seems to be so many to remember...and which one to use where in a sentence. if you remember the noun case endings we did earlier..then it will be a little easier to understand the pronouns..since they also take these endings. lets do some...
  16. shirleyanntr

    basic for saying not..değil

    last basic we did was the endings of the ''helping verb''.. 'to be' remember. now lets look at how you make it negative ((to make main verbs negative is a different thing.. eg..gel-M-iyor..not coming.git-M-iyor not going etc..BUT thats for another day!)) For today the word is...
  17. shirleyanntr

    basic test..check your progress

    here's a test to see how you are getting on..no prizes just a bit of fun and a lot of learning make sentences out of the following by putting them in the right order Kaç-evde-var -kişi? biniyor-bisiklete-çocuk rengini-severim-mavi-çok kitap-zamanlarımda-çok-boş-severim-okumayı...
  18. shirleyanntr

    basic for saying ,i am, you are, etc

    verb to be..a helping verb in english as you know the verb 'to be' is as follows..(and forgive me for the little grammar reminder), i am... 1st person singular you are.. 2nd person singular he is 3rd person singular she is .. .. .. it is .. .. .. we...
  19. shirleyanntr

    basic about buffer letters

    As with the other things we've looked at the buffer letters come early on in whichever method you are using to study.Understanding these will help you with reading Turkish..as well as understanding the spoken endings. The buffer letters are S-Y-N.. they are there to keep vowels and suffixes...
  20. shirleyanntr

    basic about letter changes

    a basic about consonant changes. Lets have a look at how and why the consonants change. As with the vowel harmony..its about keeping the sound smooothhh The most frequent change you will see is the K to Ğ its everywhere K always changes..or softens..to soft Ğ (yumuşak Ğ..yumushak gay)...
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