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Two Languages One Fairy Tale

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Berlin Yunus Emre Institute presented Turkish and German fairy tales to audiences in both languages at all digital platforms.  

Berlin Yunus Emre Institute added a new event to the digital events which emphasized during the pandemic. Turkish and German fairy tales were presented to the audiences in both Turkish and German languages at all digital platforms.

All fairy tales will be told in both Turkish and German languages. Gönül Tiftik, one of the teachers assigned abroad by the Turkish Ministry of National Education, tells the fairy tales in Turkish. Tiftik, who started to narrate Turkish fairy tales to her students when she became a teacher after acquiring storytelling training, mentioned that she had been telling the Turkish fairy tales she collected not only to Turkish students but to all students at the school.

Storyteller Silvia Freud tells the fairy tales in German and says, "I love Turkish fairy tales, and I very much love to tell them."

5 TURKISH 5 GERMAN FAIRY TALES WILL BE READ

The list is comprised of a total ten fairy tales and includes the Turkish fairy tales of Invisible Man by Keloğlan, Deli Dumrul,  and Kantur Ali by Dede Korkut and the German fairy tales of Worn Out Shoes and Golden Goose by the Grimm brothers, Legend of Admetus and Cyclops.

The list is comprised of a total ten fairy tales and includes the Turkish fairy tales of Görünmez Adam (Invisible Man) by Keloğlan, Deli Dumrul, and Kantur Ali by Dede Korkut and the German fairy tales of Worn Out Shoes and Golden Goose by the Grimm brothers, Legend of Admetus and Cyclops.

The fairy tales will be published in international platforms with millions of subscribers such as Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Podcast and Google Podcast. One fairy tale will be published each month.

 

 

 

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