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[Reading] ➮ Turkish (Teach Yourself Languages) ➶ Asuman Çelen Pollard –
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  • Turkish (Teach Yourself Languages)
  • Asuman Çelen Pollard
  • 14 September 2018
  • 9780340871065

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  1. says:

    Our son and daughter in law took our only grandson to Istanbul thirteen years ago Now they have all five of our grandsons there I am working, at a low level, to acquire some Turkish, in part because they are there we go every Spring , and in part because I do not with to die completely monolingual.My 23andMe analysis shows that I am part of a genetic group that is less likely than average to acquire a second language as an adult What does that mean I am reminded that my Mother studied Spanish for four years in college, and got straight As, but never go to where she could follow or engage in conversations, in Spanish, with my Father and his relatives So there is an upper limit even if I were to put time and effort into this.There is also the issue of why I am so comfortable with the book It is deductive nomological nomothetic, and I am very comfortable with that I tried a...

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    I started reading a library copy of this book heading out to the Playa for Burning Man 2010, as prep for my first Turkish class with the Global Language Network, GW s free foreign language nightschool program It gave me enough grammar in the first couple chapters to let me skip GLN s Level 1 and start with Level 2 After two fun semesters with GLN, I ve continued on and off with an electronic copy of th...

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    A great introduction to this language or any language, it appears to be written by a native english and native turkish speaker, and their ability to construct lessons that are very informative and yet...

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    good reading material to grab turkish, from totally beginner to intermediate level the sentences and vocab are useful in daily life, and the exercises r also effective.

  5. says:

    It was a nightmare to find it at Istanbul, but, it worth my 2 days walking around lokking for it A great help if you dont have much clues about turkish language.

  6. says:

    As far as accessible language textbooks go, this one works incredibly Turkish is a complex language that, while it isn t terribly irregular, comes off as almost totally grammatically alien to speakers of most Western languages, and this textbook, for the most part, explains things incredibly straightforwardly While designed for tourists and other travelers to Turkey, this book works wonderful as a self study textbook that s what I used it for Pollard does a lot of handholding through complex grammatical concepts and never assumes that the student has had any formal linguistic training which is wonderful for folks who are new to studying foreign languages The vocabulary is arranged thematically in useful sections and progresses quickly but manageably and has a well assembled glossary in the back.That being said, as someone with a fair linguistic background, I found that sometimes in an effort to be truly accessible, concepts that were relatively straightforward especially phonological aspects ended up being mystified or just ignored A great example vowel harmony is explained away as being governed by strange and esoteric rules that you just have to get an ear for then just leaves it at that Vowel harmony is strange to a non Uralic Westerner, sure, but it s hardly too complex to explain in a beginner s textbook and a pretty necessary part of Turkish grammar to understand if you re ever going to sound like anything ...

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    I ve always been fond of learning languages in a self study manner However, not any self study language training books is of my interest I don t prefer the grammar intensive books, because they are so boring and I won t be able to end these kind of books The books that have a fair amount of grammar but they mostly focus on the conversation and context are the best ones for inspiring the reader to end the book Teach Yourself Turkish is of this kind It includes several lessons and in each lesson you ll be able to learn some new conversational phrases, grammar, and points along with some interesting exercises which ensures you of grasping all the taught lessons.If you want to learn...

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