Studying Turkish abroad


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For centuries Turkey has been attracting attention of adventurers, writers, painters, historians and travelers. Today Turkey is one of the most popular tourist destinations and thanks to Turkish commerce Turkish language has become an influential language in the business world.

According to some estimation, Turkish is a native language to at least 90 million people in the world. Besides Turkey, Turkish language has been elevated to the level of official on Cyprus and recognized as a minority language in Macedonia, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Romania.

In Turkish, as in other languages of Turkic language family, additional suffixes are used to construct new words out of existing ones. Linguistically, this could be a difficult task and for this reason it is important to learn Turkish in the country of its origin. Experienced language schools in Turkey will help you to quickly master the language. By the end of the course students generally learn the basics of Turkish grammar and bring their oral and writing skills to the level where they can easily communicate with native speakers.

Of course, if you seriously intend to learn Turkish you would be best advised to take a long course that could last between a few months and a year. Such course will not only help you to learn the language in-depth but will also give you a better understanding of Turkish culture, history and traditions.

Most schools offer a lot of activities which are meant to engage students and facilitate their communication in Turkish with each other and with native language speakers. Aided by various activities, communication helps to break down language barriers, correcting your grammar and pronunciation in process.

Knowledge of Turkish language will look good on your CV and will come useful in future business-development. This language will also be useful to you in travels, as it is closely related to other Turkic languages and is easily understood in Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and other countries of that region.

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