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GLOSSARY:
1 – Şekil A (Figure A): In school textbooks and other certain documents, it is common to see remarks such as “As seen in Figure A”. This remark has become a popular slang in Turkish spoken language, often used to bring attention to something we want to show or demonstrate.

2 – Şefim (My Chef): In Turkish, we use the possessive suffix when we address people in certain professions. These include: Teachers (Hocam or Öğretmenim), Chefs (Şefim), Police officers (Komiserim) and military commanders (Komutanım). Note that this is NOT the case for all professions.

3 – Tüketmek (Consume): In Turkish, this is a slightly more formal way of saying “eat”, similar to “Consume” in English, although it is more commonly used in daily speech than in English.


Host of the video: Emin Doğan
Camera: Ahmet Can Demir
Edit: Emine Doğan
Translation: Onurhan Aksoy

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39 thoughts on “What's your favourite Turkish food? | Easy Turkish 17

  1. sara harold says:

    I like the clips but it's very fast for me. Would like some with slower more simple sentences for beginners. I really enjoyed simit bread and borek. Also my favourite yogurt is the Turkish style and Ayran is very refreshing.

  2. MrItaliano1900 says:

    The Turks have from 20% to 50% of Italian blood, we are talking about pure Italian blood from northern Italy. Pradossally, the Italians of southern Italy have no Italian blood, they are Greek, North African, Iraqi, Iranian, Indian mestizos.Look for "turkish DNA tests" here on youtube.

    I think this depends on the Roman Empire.

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