Learn Turkish online.
Discover the Turkish language and Turkish culture.
A complete Turkish online course for beginners
Learn the necessary skills to communicate effectively in Turkish.
The course leads to Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) – the international benchmark for measuring language learning.
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√ Learn to understand and speak Turkish.
√ Practise Turkish vocabulary.
√ Study Turkish grammar.
√ Discover Turkish culture.
√ Designed for Turkish self-study.
√ Easy to use
√ Step by step instructions and guidance
√ Speaking and pronunciation practice online
√ Activities to practise until you are confident
One year subscription
£4.50 per month*
You pay £54 for 12 months.
*Subscriptions do not renew automatically.
Renew after one year and get a 50% discount.
Join Frank and Sarah as they travel to Istanbul and Bursa to meet new friends and make new contacts. Topics include:
- Arriving in Istanbul and meeting new contacts
- At the hotel and making arrangements
- Taking a taxi
- A first business meeting, breaking the ice
- At a restaurant
- Finding your way about town
- A second business meeting
- Finding out about a potential business partner
- Checking into a hotel
- Discussing business arrangements
- A day off. A visit to a museum
- Saying goodbye
Take a test. Gain a certificate.
Subscribe to the Turkish online course for beginners and get recognition for your learning.
An online test with a digital certificate is available for First Steps Turkish as part of the subscription.
A Certificate of Completion is available on completion of the full main Turkish course.
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