Yunus Emre Institute has added 4 new languages to its "Turkish Speaking Guide for Foreigners", which has prepared for the Turkish communication needs of foreigners, who come to Turkey for different purposes.
Turkish-Bosnian, Turkish-Serbian, Turkish-Georgian and Turkish-Albanian were also included in the guide, which was previously published in Turkish-Arabic and Turkish-English.
TO BE TRANSLATED TO 30 LANGUAGES
The phrasebook, which is voiced by expert voice artists, allows foreigners to easily learn the Turkish words and dialogues they need on their own.
ADDRESS TO EVERYONE WHO CONTACTS WITH TURKEY
In line with the principles of contemporary approach, the Institute offers basic and supplementary materials to the use of different target groups, expanding its publication area in the field of Turkish teaching. With this guide published for those who learn Turkish as a foreign language, as well as those who come to Turkey for tourism, health, trade or other purposes, the Institute plans to respond to the basic level of communication needs of those who have contact with Turkey within a limited period of time. The guide, which was meticulously prepared by the institute's expert educators in about six months, was designed interactively. The guide included exemplary dialogues along with words that can be used in many social areas such as airport, hotel, restaurant, hospital and so on. Guide consists of 21 chapters based on words, necessary sentences and conversational dialogues. The comprehensive guide covers the following topics: alphabet, numbers and colors, greeting and meeting, at the airport, at the hotel, at the restaurant, transportation, shopping, at the bank, asking for address, at the telephone store, at the hospital, at the pharmacy, at the cargo company, at the hairdresser/barber, social life (events), emergencies, phrases, holidays, days, months and seasons, climate and weather, basic tenses etc.