This is series is the place to start if you want to start learning Turkish right. You will discover the key points of Turkish grammar some critical basics and the logic behind them! This starts with what is usually my first lesson with most students. I teach Turkish at all levels but my videos here will be mostly Turkish for beginners but with a lot of depth to allow you to progress faster. I talk here about the basic rules and Turkish sentence structure. Starting from lesson 1 to lesson 17.

If you do plan to travel to Turkey then you will find that the lessons learnt here will make it much easier to build your vocabulary later on and is very useful if you need to learn something in the Turkish language on the spot or if you need to speak in Turkish with a limited vocabulary.

So let’s learn the best basics first and I wish this leads you to true fluency down the road.

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15 thoughts on “Learn Turkish – Lesson 1 – Turkish for Beginners – Basic Rules and Turkish Sentence Structure

  1. Philip Tait says:

    Are you Turkish because you talk as though what you are saying comes naturally to you but it is not the case for learners; it is a complex language that does not make sense to – in my case – an English speaker. I think it needs a native English speaker to explain Turkish because s/he will understand the problems involved. For me, your explanations make it even more complicated and some things just leave me totally confused. Sorry!

  2. Devumol says:

    Really, this is the most intelligent language teaching I have ever come across! Turkish is fascinating and I am hooked. I am from South India and don't know much Urdu but at least three of these words are familiar to us (probably from Chagtai) – can, rahat, shahir.

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