This video is very interesting because I picked my favorite Turkish words and I put them in one video. Those are really nice Turkish words both for native and for non-native Turkish speakers and learners to improve their language skills.

A lot of people around the world have been wanting to learn Turkish because of Turkish TV series.
In this video I am explaining the key elements of the structure of Turkish, how it is used and what the main similarities and differences between Turkish and English (and other European languages) are. If you are a beginner and want to start learning English and don’t know where to start, I’ll show how to learn Turkish fast by firstly understanding the language culture and structure. Since Turkish is an agglutinative language, people struggle thinking in Turkish and therefore might learn the grammar because it is rather easy but the usage in everyday conversation can be quite different.

You can watch this video with both English and Turkish subtitles!
Bu videoyu İngilizce ve Türkçe altyazılarla izleyebilirsiniz!

13:21 It’s supposed to be ‘Tanıştığımıza’. I spelled it wrong.
13:21 ‘Tanıştığımıza’ olması gerekiyor. Yanlış yazmışım.

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17 thoughts on “My Top 10 Favorite Turkish Words 🇹🇷| Learn Turkish With Me!

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  2. بان رمز سامي says:

    As a Kurdish guy who can speak English fluently I have never known that Turks can reach to that high level of English in speaking side specifically your way of pronouncing is too close to native speakers man I just got surprised by you may god bless you we should avoid racism brother Kurds and Turks are brothers in faith

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