Learn Turkish by experienced native Turkish teachers
– Conversation Club
– Games and activities
– Small size classrooms
– Plenty of Turkish tea and Turkish coffee
Turkish daily language, communication in daily activities and following structures are studied:
– How to meet people
– How to describe people
– How to ask and say the time
– How to speak on the phone
– How to ask and tell directions
– How to express your feelings
– How to ask for help
– How to bargain and purchase
– A1 Level- Intensive Beginner Classes on Saturdays at 11:00 am to 2:30 pm starts on 20th of October. It will be 4 weeks.
– A2 Level Weekend Beginner Classes on Saturdays 11:00 am to 2:30 pm starts on 20th of October. It will be 8 weeks.
-B1 Level Weekdays Beginner Classes on Mondays and Thursday 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm start on 19 October. It will be 8 weeks.
For all classes $250 plus $50 course materials fee.
Our courses start on the 20th of October. We may open new sessions and levels if there is a need.
Contact:Fatma O +1 (437) 9716499
Why should I learn Turkish?
- Turkish is the 5th largest spoken language worldwide, with more than 200 million people.
- The Turkish language is written in Latin alphabet and pronounced as it is written. Therefore, it is easy to learn and to pronounce.
- Turkey is an emerging economic power with geographical and political ties with Central Asian, Middle Eastern, and European countries.
- According to MESA (Middle Eastern Studies Association), There is only 0,7 person for every Turkish Language position in the United States and Canada. That means supply does not match the demand.
- Turkey has a very rich history from Biblical times to the earliest human civilizations, from the first Christians to the most elegant architectural monuments of Islamic civilization.
- Turkey has a long established culture of coexistence between various members of ethnic and religious groups from Jews to Syriac Christians from Circassians to Albanians