Turkish Resources Suggestions

Discussion in 'Türkçe (Turkish)' started by Chazzwozzer, May 20, 2007.

  1. Chazzwozzer

    Chazzwozzer Senior Member

    Hello posters,

    I am pleased to announce the opening of Turkish Resources Suggestions sticky. This thread will invite you to contribute resources that help learner in various aspects of the Turkish language. Contributions, upon approval, are to be listed in Turkish Resources post in the Welcome! thread of Turkish Forum. Please note that this thread is NOT the Turkish resources collection but a place to suggest resources that other posters may find useful.

    Please make sure that your suggestions contain the following items:
    a. URL
    b. a short description of the Web page: what information it presents, how the info is presented and so on.
    c. one and only one category label

    Below is an example contribution:

    Category labels

    In order to easily locate resources, approved links are going to be sorted out in separate sections, each of which consisting of links relevant to a particular topic. Please use category labels to suggest where the posted resources should belong to. Below are the category labels tentatively created. If you come up with a resource that fits in none of the labels, you are free to propose a new category label in your suggestion post.

    Character and Writing, Online Lessons/Tutorials, Words and Phrases, Literature, Pronunciation, Web Services, Media, About Turkish, Dictionaries and Other Reference, Softwares

    Use of this thread
    This thread is maintained only for suggestions. Please check the our Turkish resources collection before posting suggestions. To do so, click here. In case you find problems with existing links (such as broken links, commercial contents, redundant items etc.), kindly contact Turkish Forum moderator via PM.

    I hope we can all benefit from this asset and contribute to its development.

    Turkish Forum moderator
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 19, 2012
  2. ancalimon Senior Member

  3. JGIC

    JGIC Member

    a. www.simplang.com/turkish
    b. The simplang Turkish course. A free course in conversational Turkish based around recorded dialogues with grammar notes. There is also a flashcard feature.
    c. Online Lessons/Tutorials

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