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    Quote Originally Posted by sira View Post
    [why there is no ask ve ceza 34 episode this week? Nov 16 was supposed to be shown
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    Most probably cause of Eid actors also wanna celebrate Eid with their families, you know

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    Where is everyone? Why is it so quiet at the moment?

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    They are hiding! but Im here for you dostum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    They are hiding! but Im here for you dostum!
    Dostum! You you, only you
    What did you bring with yourself? Anything to eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiLvEr_MooN View Post
    Dostum! You you, only you
    What did you bring with yourself? Anything to eat?
    Am I not enough for you?

    Haha maybe we still have some turkish cheese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Am I not enough for you?

    Haha maybe we still have some turkish cheese?
    No, I meant only you are more than enough
    What is special about Turkish cheese? How different is it?

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    Great to know

    Erm, cheese from Turkey? lol no you guys have different cheese, yours is white evet? English chedder is yellow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Great to know

    Erm, cheese from Turkey? lol no you guys have different cheese, yours is white evet? English chedder is yellow!
    Saw its pics, is that really cheese that you eat? How does it taste?
    I'm proud of our white cheese now

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    No way you've never tasted cheddar? erm Europe has many types of yellow cheeses (like edam which has a red casing, and even green 'mouldy' cheeses are quite popular) but England is known for its cheddar. The best thing about yellow cheese is that it melts so its really nice toasting it or using it to make bourak

    Bu arada, is there the letter j in turkçe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    No way you've never tasted cheddar? erm Europe has many types of yellow cheeses (like edam which has a red casing, and even green 'mouldy' cheeses are quite popular) but England is known for its cheddar. The best thing about yellow cheese is that it melts so its really nice toasting it or using it to make bourak

    Bu arada, is there the letter j in turkçe?
    Never have I but it looks like our "kaşar". Our kaşar melts, too, but lately some gossip has (or have?) aroused about the things put into it and I decided to eat it less frequently I love it, though.

    Yes, we have whatever has a dot

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    *was

    Can I have a word with j in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    *was

    Can I have a word with j in it?
    From what I've seen, it's used in foreign words mainly (?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    *was

    Can I have a word with j in it?
    You can have 10

    jandarma: gendarme/military police
    şantaj: blackmail
    kamuflaj: camouflage
    masaj: massage
    kürtaj: curettage/abortion
    jüri: jury
    jöle: jelly
    jest: gesture
    jilet: razor blade
    japon: japanese

    yup, think most of these are from french, not sure about jandarma though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlainChaos View Post
    jandarma: military police
    şantaj: blackmail
    kamuflaj: camouflage
    masaj: massage
    kürtaj: curettage/abortion
    jüri: jury
    jöle: jelly
    jest: gesture

    yup, think most of these are from french, not sure about jandarma though..
    Jandarma must come from gendarme (french again)

    what does şantaj come from?

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    oh yeah well then forget what i said, all of the above come from french
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    Tak Plainy. I ask because many of the 'j' sounds are just denoted by c, like 'canim', 'yalanci' and 'geceler'

    I still forget to read it as j, and to read ç as ch

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Tak Plainy. I ask because many of the 'j' sounds are just denoted by c, like 'canim', 'yalanci' and 'geceler'

    I still forget to read it as j, and to read ç as ch
    Don't say TAK to PlainChaos...

    The 'j' in Turkish is more like the sound of /s/ in measure. I would "spell" it 'zh'.
    The hardest ones for me remember to pronounce: ü, ö (although even if I try, I'm still off.)

    And wow, you two can talk about cheese for a long time!
    And and, I hope you feel better soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post
    Don't say TAK to PlainChaos...

    The 'j' in Turkish is more like the sound of /s/ in measure. I would "spell" it 'zh'.
    The hardest ones for me remember to pronounce: ü, ö (although even if I try, I'm still off.)

    And wow, you two can talk about cheese for a long time!
    And and, I hope you feel better soon.
    Noooo not that TAK, I meant the danish thank you tak I wouldnt tell Plainy to jebiiii se would I???

    Well if you asked me to name stuffed vine leaves in arabic I would have written it yalanji

    And Viva can talk end of, regardless of the topic Me and Plainy once spent a good wall to wall praising coffee

    Heyyy remember the lines I posted in the lyrics you're fond of thread?? Leave the sad faces for me, I dont want to see you sad Zaza!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Me and Plainy once spent a good wall to wall praising coffee
    Lmao viva don't even get me started again

    wow and I didn't know cheddar was British we have all kinda cheese over here too.. and most famous: dana blue just.. I hate cheese.. except some few sorts.. I'm very picky when it comes to food, and it was worse than this when I was a child, poor mom

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Noooo not that TAK, I meant the danish thank you tak I wouldnt tell Plainy to jebiiii se would I???
    Well, people do insane things when they're dying!!! I was kidding of course, I figured it was Copenhellian speak.

    And coffee...now you're speaking my language. I'm getting a bit fond of American coffee. It's nice when you want something that tastes like slightly flavoured water.

    P.S. stuffed grape leaves in Arabic= yalanji?

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