Please read “Terms and conditions” section below. Fill up the little form above to take a free Turkish trial lesson that your teacher will determine your needs and level.
An e-mail that includes your Turkish teacher’s skype id and avaliable hours informations will be sent to you quickly.
My first lesson with the teacher was a very positive experience. He quickly gauged my level and within minutes we were studying vowel concordance and consonant mutation, which is something I always find very tricky. I look forward to my next lesson.
Masako - Japan
Great first session, I will be taking this class again. I like how we read and speak Turkish together. The most helpful part for me was listening to simple questions in Turkish about the short reading; it helped with my understanding. I definitely recommend online skype Turkish lessons for Turkish learners.
Rick - United States
A very nice and patient teacher. Thank you, this was really a fun lesson. I enjoyed it very much. We read a text and he asked me many many questions based on the text. We talked about some unknown vocabulary and he answered all my questions! A very convincing first lesson. See you soon!
Jennifer - America
Excellent session I felt that I could learn and study better. Besides the helpful Turkish exercises that we did together, we talked about many different topics in Turkish what help me to get more confident in speaking.
Renato - Portuguese
Professional and fun teaching approach throughout the online lessons. I have been taking classes for more than 3 months and I will continue taking lessons until acquiring Turkish language properly.
Eric - Istanbul
Turkish Teachers are not only professional but also so friendly, I feel like knowing them so long time. I love their approach that help me understand and feel better.
Nataly TORBNU - Russia
Very promising trial section using a basic reading passage. We red and translated the passage and then I answered many super easy questions about the passage aloud. Teacher is able to speak english well and that makes the lesson more effective
Mitch - America
- Dear Teacher, I am speechless!!!!!!! The Best Lesson!!!!! You are a GREAT TEACHER!!! You make Turkish Grammar be so understandable!!! Thank you!!!
Umar - America
Duru is an excellent teacher and the session was great. In this session she went through all the Turkish resources we might use in the course and explained how the different classes work. She also answered a lot of questions I had about pronunciation, grammar and informal conversation. Thanks.
Ratul KERMET - India
I really enjoy talking with the teachers of this web site. They really are friendly, professional and helpful. They have a long list of questions that can be used, or you can just hold a simple general conversation. The teachers speak english very well and can easily explain how to say something, or what something means. When a word or phrase comes up that you don't know, they correct you and types in the word on the message box so you can review it later. I highly recommend the services of this web site.
Tim - İstanbul
I would recommend this web site to others. I have just started learning Turkish and this was only my first speaking lesson with a live tutor. Teacher sent me some roleplay and exercises before the class which we used during the lesson. The lesson was a combination of reading and understanding the roleplay and then an introduction into some grammer exercises. Teacher also set some homework for correction. I look forward to having the next class.
Neil - Australia
I know I will succeed! I am very grateful to you for your help, sometimes I do not have the energy or time to study well. But with you having fun and you always understand what I'm trying to say.
Cecile HUNGORN - Japan
Good study materials and teacher speaks Turkish slowly, just like in real life language teacher who teaches students in class. Just that, the internet connection and sound quality were good as well, that I could hear the sound very clearly. I plan to double my Turkish lessons in the future. Thank you so much.
Adel - Brazil
Another fantastic lesson with this teacher, who is very patient but also manages to challenge the student. I felt that by the end of the lesson I was much more confident with major vowel harmony, although I will definitely need to revise on my own what we studied as Turkish is SO FUN!
Jane - England
Another excellent lesson. After only a couple of lessons with this teacher I feel more confident and have started to think that learning Turkish might be possible after all!
Elena - Russia
Terms And Conditions
We offer one to one and group Turkish lessons up to five individuals. The Turkish language level of learners must be equal or close enough in order to be able to benefit from group lessons properly.
Your English level must be at least elementary level or more in order to take benefits of skype Turkish lessons.
We generally use our specially designed Turkish learning materials during the lessons. If the students would like to use different books, they must get in touch with us before the lessons.
We accept payments through Paypal or IBAN bank transfer. Paypal is the safest and easiest way to make payments online.
30$ for an hour.
27$ for two hours in a week.
25$ for three hours in a week.
22$ for five hours in a week.
Turkish, moreover referred to as Istanbul Turkish and Anatolian Turkish, is the most largely spoken of the Turkic languages, with more than 70 million native speakers. Speakers of this language are located generally in Turkey, with smaller groups in other countries like, Germany, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Northern Cyprus, Greece, and other parts of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia.
The roots of the language can be traced to the Altay region, with the first known written records dating back nearly 1,300 years. To the west, the influence of Ottoman Turkish—the variety of the Turkish language that was used as the administrative and literary language of theOttoman Empire—spread as the Ottoman Empire expanded. In 1928, as one of Atatürk’s Reforms in the early years of the Republic of Turkey, the Ottoman script was replaced with a Latin alphabet.
The distinctive characteristics of the language are vowel harmony and extensive agglutination. The basic word order of the language is subject–object–verb. This language has no noun classes or grammatical gender. This language has a strong T–V distinction and usage of honorifics. This language uses second-person pronouns that distinguish varying levels of politeness, social distance, age, courtesy or familiarity toward the addressee. The plural second-person pronoun and verb forms are used referring to a single person out of respect. On occasion, double plural second-person “sizler” may be used to refer to a much-respected person.