100 Most Useful Words in Turkish

Last Updated on September 8, 2023

Anyone can learn 100 words! These are the simplest Turkish lessons ever, quicker—and cheaper—than a Turkish language course in Istanbul. Even if you learn Turkish only this much, it's sure to make your trip to Turkey go more smoothly.

100 Travel Words - Turkish

I've developed a special new ebook to help you learn The 100 Most Useful Travel Words in Turkish™. The book is 100 Travel Words - Turkish and you can learn more about it here.

Because it's an ebooknot an app, you can read it on any electronic device that can read ebooks: smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, no matter what brand. Download the ebook, add it to your ebook-reading app (such as iBooks on Apple iOS devices), and study your 100 Most Useful Words whenever and wherever you like—no need for an Internet, Wifi or mobile phone connection after you've downloaded it. More...

You can get a look at the 100 Most Useful Words on my free website 100 Travel Words - Turkish. Click here!

Study a lesson each day, and in only 10 days you'll know more than 100 Turkish words and short phrases. You'll be surprised how useful they'll be every day during your travels, and how you'll feel much more a part of your surroundings—a traveler, not a tourist—as you pursue your journey.

100 Travel Words - Turkish is the most up-to-date version of my Turkish Language Guide. The links here are to an older version:

Turkish Language Guide

These links below are to older pages....

Lesson 1: Greetings!

Hello, good morning, goodbye, what's your name, how are you...

Lesson 2: Pardon Me...

Pardon, yes, please, thanks, friend, what, how, who...

Lesson 3: Why, When, Which?

What's this, how much, how many, I want this, that, the other...

Lesson 4: New-Old, Hot-Cold

And/or, big/small, open/closed, good/bad, beautiful/ugly...

Lesson 5: Where Is...

Train station, bus terminal, toilet, hotel, restaurant, shower, bath...

Lesson 6: Bath & Tea

Luggage, laundry, lights, Turkish bath, toilet paper, tea, money, water...

Lesson 7: Going Places

Car, bus, train, ship, street, map, near/far, left/right, ticket...

Lesson 8: Days of the Week

Also day, daily, today, tomorrow, week...

Lesson 9: Months of the Year

Also month, year...

Lesson 10: Turkish Numbers

Cardinalordinal, one-half, million, billion, trillion, quadrillion...

The phonetic pronunciations in the right-hand column of each page are based on the sounds of Standard American English. See my Turkish Pronunciation Guide for more.

—by Tom Brosnahan


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