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Turkish Class

Learn Turkish by experienced native Turkish teachers

– Conversation Club
– Games and activities
– Small size classrooms
– Plenty of Turkish tea and Turkish coffee

Level: Beginner

Turkish daily language, communication in daily activities and following structures are studies:

– How to meet people
– How to describe people
– How to ask and say the time
– How to speak on the phone
– How to ask and tell directions
– How to express your feelings
– How to ask for help
– How to bargain and purchase

 

Pricing

– 1st Level Intensive Beginner Classes on Saturdays 11:00 am to 2:30 pm starts on January 18. It will be 4 weeks.
– 1st Level Weekend Beginner Classes on Saturdays 11:00 am to 2:30 pm starts on August 18. It will be 8 weeks.
– 1st Level Weekdays Beginner Classes on Mondays and Thursday 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm start on August 16. It will be 8 weeks.

Fee :

For Intensive 1st Level Beginner Classes $150 plus $50 course materials fee

For other classess $250 plus $50 course materials fee.

Our courses start on the 16th of August. We may open new sessions and levels if there is a need.

Contact: Erol Gülbay  (416) 858-5454

Why should I learn Turkish?

  • Turkish is the 5th largest spoken language worldwide, with more than 200 million people.
  • The Turkish language is written in Latin alphabet and pronounced as it is written. Therefore, it is easy to learn and to pronounce.
  • Turkey is an emerging economic power with geographical and political ties with Central Asian, Middle Eastern, and European countries.
  • According to MESA (Middle Eastern Studies Association) There is only 0,7 person for every Turkish Language position in the United States and Canada.That means supply does not match the demand.
  • Turkey has a very rich history from Biblical times to the earliest human civilizations, from the first Christians to the most elegant architectural monuments of Islamic civilization.
  • Turkey has a long established culture of coexistence between various members of ethnic and religious groups from Jews to Syriac Christians from Circassians to Albanians