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    Good morning-Günaydın
    Good evening- İyi akşamlar
    Good Night-İyi geceler
    Good days-İyi günler
    Good afternoon-Tünaydın( iyi öğlenler, iyi günler)

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    i realy know turkish language but i hope 2 know it better help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoOlya View Post
    Çok Güzel bir "thread" !
    Çok teşekkürler.
    Çok Güzel bir "konu"

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    thank you so much for all the think you do to help people like who love turkey and i want to learn this language
    in your opinio what's the better way to learn it ?

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    Visiting here often

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3rett0 View Post
    everyone->herkes
    translate this->(bunu)tercüme et


    tomorrow-yarın
    yesterday-dün
    tonight-bu akşam
    night-akşam
    afternoon-öğleden sonra
    morning-sabah
    day-gün
    month-ay
    week-hafta
    year-yıl,sene
    century-yüzyıl,asır
    midnight-gece yarısı

    family-aile
    father-baba
    mother-anne
    grandmother-büyükanne
    grandfather-büyükbaba
    son-oğul,evlat
    daughter-kız
    uncle-amca(father's brother),dayı(mother's brother),enişte(aunt's husband)
    aunt-hala(father's sister),yenge(uncle's wife),teyze(mother's sister)
    sister-kız kardeş,abla(if older than you)
    brother-erkek kardeş,abi(if older than you)
    I'd say night is GECE rather than akşam.

    From what I know enişte has a wider meaning, generally it's sister's husband but it is also used to describe aunt's husband and even your good female friend's husband.

    Enişte's female equivalent is YENGE - brother's, uncle's and your good male friend's wife respectively (and not at the same time ).

    I'd add a few more akrabalar = relatives:

    baldız - wife's sister;
    görümce - husband's sister;
    kayınbirader - wife's or husband's brother;
    torun - grandson or granddaughter;
    kayınvalide or kaynana - mother-in-aw;
    kayınpeder or kayınbaba - father-in-law;
    - husband or wife, rather formally;
    koca - husband, rather informally;
    karı - wife, informally;
    gelin - bride, later daughter-in-law;
    damat - groom, later son-in-law;
    kuzen - uncle and aunt's son or daughter;
    yeğen - sister's or brother's child.
    bacı - is another term for a sister ;-);
    Last edited by Paul Orhan; 12-25-2010 at 05:51 PM.

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    Nice info here guys.

    a small correction :
    Kayınbirader. "Birader" means brother

    and some extra info:
    Gelin "Bride"
    Damat "Bridegroom"

    Parents call "gelinim(iz)" or "damadım(ız)" especially when they are introducing them. ( the -iz and -ız stands for plural (OUR))


    * i am here for Turkish forum Paul Orhan, i saw you asked that but i couldnt answer it because i was in a hurry that time.

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    hayırlısı olsun mecit deannaylayla bırlıktemısınız ne bu ne aşk ya kız cok sevıyo anlasılan

    Can someone please translate to english...urgent

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEANNA1972 View Post
    hayırlısı olsun mecit deannaylayla bırlıktemısınız ne bu ne aşk ya kız cok sevıyo anlasılan
    "Congratulations Mecit. Are you and Deanna together? What a love...It seems that the girl loves a lot."

    Please post that kind of messages here: https://www.allthelyrics.com/forum/le...nslations.html

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    Thank you so much )

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