ISBN-10: 0071434232

ISBN-13: 9780071434232

Edition: 3rd 2004

Authors: Asuman �elen Pollard, David W. Pollard

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List price: $36.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 4/6/2004
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 272
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 0.396

Asuman Celen Pollardspent many years in Istanbul teaching both English and Turkish as foreign languages. She has taught Turkish at the Brasshouse Language Centre and at the University of Birmingham, both in Birmingham, England. Now she also runs her own business as a Turkish/English language expert.

The Turkish language
The alphabet and pronunciation
Pronunciation practice - survival guide
Ekmek var mi? / is there any bread?
Exchange greetings and farewells
Ask for goods in shops
Ask simple questions and make simple statements
Ingiliz misiniz? / are you English?
Address people
Request and give personal details
Use the Turkish for am, are and is
Daha koymayin, lutfen! / no more, please!
Order a meal
Tell someone what to do
Give simple directions
Saka yapiyorsunuz! / you're joking!
Say what is happening
Talk about your daily routine
Say what will happen shortly
Say what belongs to whom
Say what you have and what you want
Cok beklediniz mi? / have you been waiting long?
Make introductions and be introduced
Talk about the past
Say what has happened
Tell the time
Yarin erken kalkacagim / I'll get up early tomorrow
Talk about the future
Make suggestions
Say where things are in relation to each other
Yardim eder misiniz? / would you help me?
Make requests
State intention and willingness
Tell stories and jokes
Nereye gidelim? ne yapabiliriz? / Where shall we go? what can we do?
Make exclamations
Express possibility
Make suggestions
Offer to do something
Compare things
Neler yapmayi seviyorsunuz? / what do you like doing?
Express obligation
Talk about likes and dislikes
Give advice
Eger gecmezse, ilac veririm / if it doesn't get better, I'll give you some medicine
Say what will happen if something else happens
Say what you need
Give advice
Say how long something has been going on
Sizce cok sakin bir yermis! / you said it was a very quiet place!
Make complaints
Report what someone else has said
Say what you expect to have happened
Aradiginiz numara yanlistir / the number you have dialled is incorrect
Make official announcements
Make sentences with the equivalent of which or that
Use the Turkish -ip verb ending
Ne oldugunu anlatir misiniz? / could you tell me what happened?
Say what was happening
Say what had happened previously
Say what someone reported or heard about an event
Guldurme beni! / don't make me laugh!
Express surprise
Say what used to happen
Talk about having things done
Say when, where and how something happened
Burasi ne zaman insa edilmis? / when was this place built?
Say what was done and by whom
Say what was going to happen
Build new vocabulary using specific word endings
Fiyatlari bilseydim orada yemezdik / if I had known about the prices we wouldn't have eaten there
Say what you would do in an unlikely situation
Say what you would have done if things had been different
Express regret
Build new vocabulary using specific word endings
Taking it further
Progress test
Key to the exercises
Key to the progress test
Grammar reference
Turkish-English glossary
English-Turkish glossary
Index of language points
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