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Going through some of my old online Turkish learning materials. Here are some of the most useful/creative:

Learning through popular songs: tuned-in-turkish.com

Through podcasts: turkishteatime.com

Through an interactive graphic novel: cis.uchicago.edu/turkish-graphi…
Short videos about Turkey: langmedia.fivecolleges.edu/culturetalk/Tu…

Video lessons: turkishclass101.com/index.php

Lessons using clips from the Bizimkiler series: turkish-tutor.org/home

Learn through classic songs via @AnatolianRockRP (excellent English subtitles): youtube.com/channel/UCCpTa…
Learn through excellent Turkish video journalism:

+90 (Turkish subtitles): youtube.com/channel/UCUnwi…

@140journos (Turkish/English subtitles): youtube.com/channel/UCO-_F…

@bbcturkce (Turkish subtitles) youtube.com/user/bbcturkce
It seems simple, but I always find translating this form of 'de/da' so hard...Yes, reviving my Turkish with Behzat Ç 😎
I love this show 😂
🤣 #BehzatÇSnippets
Currently struggling not to confuse vaziyet, vesayet, and vekalet, which have somehow all ended up among my current batch of flash cards...

Meanwhile, recently realized that muhabbet and müebbet are not in fact the same word...


I thought I was pretty good with (*endless*) Turkish family vocabulary, but nope, still more to learn...

New for me (probably b/c neither exist for us):

Bacanak - wife's sister's husband
Elti – husband’s brother’s wife

Useful video from @s_fanur

Watching Aşk-ı Memnu to practice my Turkish listening, though often there’s not much dialogue to listen to...
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