Reading is considered as the third of the four language skills. Do we have to read in order to speak Turkish? The short answer is no.
Some native speakers cannot read or write but they speak Turkish fluently. On the other hand, reading is something that you can do on your own and that greatly broadens your vocabulary, thus helping you in speaking (and in listening and writing).
Reading is therefore a highly valuable skill and activity, and it is recommended that Turkish learners try to read as much as possible in Turkish.
Become a better Turkish Reader
Do you want to become a better Turkish reader? Many Turkish learners have this goal in mind. Our native Turkish teacher team can help you become a better learner.
In this reading lessons you will learn about: reading and why it matters; reading materials for Turkish language learners; typical tasks found in Turkish-language reading tests; general reading tips to become a stronger reader; where you can find reading materials; reading strategies.
If you want to improve your Turkish, learn to love reading in Turkish. The best readers often get the best grades, jobs and opportunities.
Importance of Turkish Reading
You probably know that even in your own language reading is regarded as important because it can be entertaining and educational, can open up new worlds and enrich your life, and can improve hand-eye co-ordination and enhance social skills.
But for learning a foreign language, in this case Turkish, reading in that language has additional important benefits that can help you learn the language faster and more completely.
Reading is an essential skill for language learners. When your reading skills improve, your listening, speaking and writing skills improve too.
Turkish Readig Strategies
- Skim: read for the brief idea or overview.
- Scan: read for specific details or a specific reason.
- KWL: determine what you Know about the topic, what you Want to know, and what you Learned.
- Skip: if you don’t understand a word or section, keep reading ahead. Come back to the section or word again and try to figure out the meaning. Use a dictionary if necessary.
Turkish Reading Tips
1-Read at a level slightly lower than what you understand.
2-Make reading a ritual.
3-Read what interests you.
4-Understand what you’ll be tested on.
5-Visualize what you are reading.
6-Listen and read. Find podcasts or videos.
1-Fill up the little form below to take a free trial lesson that your teacher will determine your needs and level.
2-An e-mail that includes your teacher’s skype and google id and avaliable hours informations will be sent to you quickly. If you use another instant messenger, Please inform us about it.
3-After the trial lesson, schedule your lessons with flexible hours according to your availability using online booking calendar.
Terms And Conditions
We offer one to one and group lessons up to five individuals. The Turkish language level of learners must be equal or close enough in order to be able to take group lessons.
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 inform 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.
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