• Saying that you didn’t understand something, asking others for their names, talking about family

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    Ailen nasıl? Part 1

    How is your family?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. how to say "mother", "father", "brother" and "sister" in Turkish
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    Ailen nasıl? Part 2

    How is your family?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to talk about your family
    2. to express possession for "my" and "your" using the possessive endings
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    Ailen nasıl? Review

    How is your family?

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. expressing possession for "my" and "your"
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    Possessive pronouns

    Here you'll learn:
    1. the Turkish possessive pronouns in the singular and plural
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    Efendim? Part 1

    Pardon?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to ask if you haven't understood something
    2. to ask others for their names
    3. and review the possessive endings for "my" and "your" with the rules of the major vowel harmony
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    Efendim? Part 2

    Pardon?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to talk about your relatives and ask others about theirs
    2. the possessive endings for "his/her", "our" and "your"
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    Efendim? Review

    Pardon?

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. the possessive pronouns and endings
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    Param yok. Part 1

    I don't have any money.

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to tell someone that you're at home
    2. to ask about the presence or absence of things and reply to these questions using "var" and "yok"
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    Param yok. Part 2

    I don't have any money.

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to talk about things you have or do not have
    2. to ask if someone has time to meet
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    Param yok. Review

    I don't have any money.

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. the use of "var" and "yok"
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