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Discussion in 'Foreign Languages' started by Meijin, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. Meijin

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    Here ye! Here ye! Come one come all! Learn Turkish couresty of Zeh :tem

    Here's some stuff to start you off ;

    Hello - Merhaba (Merr-hah-bah) : The formal way of saying hello in Turkey or to a Turkish person. Hello can also be used.

    How are you? - Sen Nasilsan/Nasilsan? (Sen Nahs-hil-sun) (Nahs-hil-sun) : There's is no difference between the two. "Sen Nasilsan" is used if you're going to ask a group of people one by one. "Nasilsan" is just when you're asking one person how they are. Plural form of the word is "Nasilsiniz" (Nahs-hil-siniz) which is what you say to a group of 2 or more people. It's just asking "how are you all?"

    Thank you - Tesekk?r/Tesekk?r etmek (Tesh-eck-kuur) (Tesh-eck-kuur ett-mekk) : Just basic thank you. "Tesekk?r" is thank you. and "Tesekk?r etmek" is to thank. Not much difference, but just plain "Tesekk?r" is used more often.

    Good morning - Gunaydin (Guun-ai-den) : Exactly what it says on the tin.

    Good afternoon - Iyi??leden (Ee-olen-de) : Can also be used as a subsitute for a greeting.

    Good night - Iyiaksamlar (Ee-akk-sham-larr(slighty roll the "r")) : Not always used when going to bed. Sometimes can be used when a guest is leaving in the evening or latter point in the day.

    There's some basic stuff for now. Ask some rational requests if you want, like other words you want to know. I'll get into piecing sentances later :amuse
     
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    ee-akk-sham-larr, eh? Good to know! :thumbs
     
  3. Toiletnojutsu

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    What about.

    "You have a serious penis disorder?"
     
  4. Meijin

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    Hey Nyb,
    Spoiler: CENSORED!
    ben senin gotun cok hizli siikcam!


    What are you talkin' bout? It's Iyi??leden now :p

    "Senin kam?s'da cok aman bozmak varmis"

    Okay guys, serious requests now :notrust
     
  5. Nybarius

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    "I've never seen such a tremendous cameltoe."
     
  6. Procyon

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  7. Meijin

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    Bah, nobody want's to learn other stuff besides requesting? Aww.

    Giro :

    Zeh kural/kuraliyor. Either one works fine :)
     
  8. Lien

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    Zeh, I like to learn numbers! =O How do you count from 1-10? =D
     
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    seni sevi yorum: I love you!
     
  10. Meijin

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    :smile-big

    1 - bir (bir)
    2 - iki (ick-e)
    3 - uc (oo-o-ch)
    4 - durt (dirt)
    5 - bes (besh)
    6 - alti (al-ti(very brief on the i, almost silent))
    7 - yede (ye-di)
    8 - sekiz (seck-is)
    9 - dokuz (do-kooz)
    10 - on (onn(a "hard" N. Not pronounced like "on" in English))

    Bende seni seviyorum, ama ben bilmiyorum sen kimsin.
     
  11. Procyon

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    I want to learn more. =] Teach, teacher.
     
  12. Lien

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    Ok, I apologise for picking this out. But I couldn't help it.
    xD I read it as secks >.>
     
  13. Meijin

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    Okay, lets start with some conversations. I'll use an example.

    Okay's here's the translation.

     
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  14. happygolucky

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    omg Canby.

    Did I inspire you to make this thread? >.>
    I <3 *FUKADF.
    XD

    *it's the egg word. >_>
     
  15. Meijin

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    Yumurta? :p Remeber the yumurtali yufka? ;)
     
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    I knew that. >_>

    And yes, I remember the yumurtali FUKYA! YUFKA! <3
    Turkish is fun...:spaz
     
  17. Ah B

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    I like saying 8 in turkish.
     
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    was that diffrent from mine?
     
  19. 'RoP'

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    Sikter git

    naber lan ?
     
  20. Meijin

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    Yes. I said "I love you too, but I don't know who you are" :p



    Vay vay, oyle konu?mak aman arkadas :mad Ama ben iyim, sen iyimisin?
     
  21. padisah

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    I'm sorry to say this, but your Turkish is broken Zeh. Some of the stuff which you translated do not make any sense at all.
     
  22. Procyon

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    How do you pronounce "G?le G?le!"? =/
     
  23. padisah

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    This is not 100% accurate but it is the best way to describe it. You would pronounce it as "goo-leh goo-leh." Try it.
     
  24. Procyon

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    Are i's like "ee" and e's like "eh"? (That's how it is in Italian, so I wonder if it applies to Turkish as well.)
     
  25. padisah

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    Yup, exactly. Turkish and Italian has some similarities.
     
  26. 'RoP'

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    NO, not at all...
     
  27. Meijin

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    Really? Everyone I converse with doesn't have a problem =|
     
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    saka abi just saka :D

    ben cok iymisin :)

    I suck at turkish
     
  29. Meijin

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    Haha. More like "ben cok iyim" :p
     
  30. Procyon

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    Zeh, what's your title say?
     
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