Turkish Word of the Day - read (verb)


25
Oct
2014

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Okumak read (verb)

Anne, kızına okuyor.
The mother is reading to her daughter.

Oğlan parkta bir kitap okuyor.
The boy is reading a book in the park.

Kadın bir dergi okuyor.
The woman is reading a magazine.

Televizyonu kapat ve bir kitap oku.
Turn off the television, and read a book.

Anne kızına okur.
The mother reads to her daughter.

Anne kızına okudu.
The mother read to her daughter.

Anne kızına bir kitap okuyor.
The mother is reading a book to her daughter.

Anne kızına bir kitap okur.
The mother reads a book to her daughter.

Anne kızına bir kitap okudu.
The mother read a book to her daughter.

Bir kitap okumak
read a book

Gazete okumak
read the newspaper

Bir dergi okumak
read a magazine

Kızına bir kitap okumak.
read a book to one’s daughter

Kızına okumak
read to one’s daughter

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Turkish Word of the Day - peach (noun)


24
Oct
2014

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şeftali peach (noun)

Şeftali Çinden gelmesine rağmen, bugün dünyanın heryerinde yetişmektedir
Peaches are originally from China, but are now grown throughout the world.

şeftali ve bir dilim şeftali
peach and a sliced peach

Şeftalilerle dolu şeftali ağacı
peach tree with peaches

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Turkish Word of the Day - room (noun)


23
Oct
2014

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oda room (noun)

Bir hamal çantalarımızı odamıza taşıdı.
A porter carried our bags to our room.

Yurt odası
dormitory room

otel odası
hotel room

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Turkish Word of the Day - fast food (noun)


22
Oct
2014

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fast food fast food (noun)

Fast food yemek için arada bir can atıyorum.
I crave fast food every once in a while.

Hamburgerler ve patates kızartmaları fast food yemeklerdir
Burgers and fries are considered fast food.

Fast food restoranı
fast food restaurant

Fast food yemek
fast food meal

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Turkish Word of the Day - superior (noun)


21
Oct
2014

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üst superior (noun)

Benim üstlerim çok titiz ve talepkar insanlar ama çok şey öğreniyorum.
My superiors are very demanding, but I’m learning a lot.

Ben her sabah üstüme rapor vermek zorundayım.
I have to report to my superior every morning.

İşteki üst
superior at work

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Turkish Word of the Day - honest (adjective)


20
Oct
2014

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dürüst honest (adjective)

O kadar dürüsttü ki tek bir yalan bile söyleyemiyordu.
He was so honest that he just couldn’t tell a lie.

O, dürüst biri.
He is an honest person.

dürüst adam
honest man

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20
Oct
2014

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Turkish Word of the Day - wall (noun)


19
Oct
2014

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duvar wall (noun)

Duvarımızda birçok resim asılıdır.
There are a lot of pictures hanging on our walls.

Turuncu duvar
orange wall

Tuğla duvar
brick wall

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Turkish Word of the Day - four (noun)


18
Oct
2014

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dört four (noun)

Kasım otuz gün çeken dört aydan biri.
November is one of four months with thirty days.

dört derece
four degrees

dört köşe
four corners

dört numara
number four

dört şeritli otoyol
four-lane motorway

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Turkish Word of the Day - winner (noun)


17
Oct
2014

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Kazanan winner (noun)

büyük kazanan
big winner

yarışın kazananı
winner of the race

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