I can answer questions about grammar and vocabulary. I can also translate brief paragraphs, not exceeding a few sentences.
I'm a native speaker of Turkish language.
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Hello Emili; Actually it has been quite many years since Turks moved to the latin alphabet, but the writing could possibly be in old Turkish. However, I am not familiar with that alphabet unfortunately
Hi Justin; Actually I do not know any corresponding word in Turkish that is being used for this purpose. However, when I was at the university theater club, we were saying "1001", "1002", "1003"
Hi; In the following link there is a similar discussion about this idiom. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081127135138AACMmGt But unfortunately it may be very difficult to find its
Hi Jada; "Aynı tas, aynı hamam" is a Turkish idiom. It means that everything is just the same as it used to be, nothing changed. If we were to translate it directly, it would
Hi Janie; I think nobody in Turkey will be worried about the snakes or the wild life, but I write some phrases below: "We are scientists" ==> "Biz bilim adamlariyiz" <beez beeleem