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Monday at 6:30 pm
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way to easy for Intermediate level 😞

Wednesday at 4:48 pm
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cok tesekkur ederim

Saniya
Saturday at 2:13 pm
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Tesekkür ederim zehra.❤

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Mateo Tošić
Thursday at 5:22 am
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I like the lesson. I love Turkish language. I have a message for your programmers. In the quiz, there are two radio inputs to answer the question. Next to each of them is label. You should move the input tag inside the label tag in order to make the label clickable so I can click on the word false instead of having to click the radio input. PS sorry for repeating the comment. I can’t edit the old one.

Mateo Tošić
Thursday at 5:20 am
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I like the lesson. I love Turkish language. I have a message for your programmers. In the quiz, there are two radio inputs to answer the question. Next to each of them is label. You should move the tag inside the tag in order to make the label clickable so I can click on the word false instead of having to click the radio input.

Christoph
Thursday at 3:01 am
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Hi,

how come the word “teşekkürler” is pronounced like [teşekkürl-asch] here?
A half-turkish friend of mine says he has never heard of such thing!

Thank you😄

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Sayantani Sinha Mathur
Friday at 11:29 am
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Tessekkurler zehra. Thank you very much for your pleasant way of teaching this beautiful language. I have fallen in love with Turkish language and I seriously want to learn it. Basically I want to understand and converse in the language. How many days do you think should it take for me to be fluent? By the way I am from Mumbai, India. I have a flair for learning languages.