Turkish Language Courses
The Turkish Language is a member of Altaic family of languages originated in The Altai Mountain Range in Northern Siberia centuries ago. Its grammatical structure is characterized by agglutination, vowel harmony and consonant mutation. Contrary to English, Turkish language is gender free and there are no verbs like ‘to be’ and ‘to have’ nor a definite article. Suffixes, attached to the end of a word, whether noun or verb, add to the word’s meaning. The word order in a sentence is S+O+V.
Turkish language courses are divided into three parts as Beginner Levels (A1, A2), Intermediate Level (B1, B2), and Advanced Level (C1, C2) to students aged 10 and above. The Turkish courses aim to provide students with an understanding of Turkish language. Students learn Turkish by combining structural grammar and vocabulary in a communicative and cultural context. By the end of each level students will be able to speak and write in Turkish; comprehend what they hear and read materials relevant to their levels of Turkish.