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Turkish Teachers! 8 years 7 months ago #22092

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Does anyone know of a decent/good quality Teacher of Turkish? :noclue

Please be aware my requirements are clear, and I don't want the usual dodgy facsimile of good, I want a genuinely good teacher, ideally with a "good" grasp of English to boot!! Wannabees and poor imitations will be shot down! :tosser

I figured it may be time to brush up on my basic understanding of what passes for good grammar and speech, so dodgy accents, the poorly educated and other "chav" types need not respond! :finger

The aim is to practice "speaking" Turkish and improve on what I may already know! (which might not actually be that much at all!) But at the very least, the intention is to kick start my ailing confidence in this area. I am not particularly interested in writing much at all (although I appreciate there may be some), or spending any time (at all) trying to remember by rote, anything at all, I simply don't learn that way! :der

For those peddling some lame language school, I have neither the time nor the inclination to suffer alongside students of other nationalities, and contained in the first line of this post, reads "Teacher of Turkish" not language school! If you can't understand that basic requirement, you really have no business teaching! :nono

Whilst these "requirements" may seem taxing, demanding or even unrealistic, they are mine, not yours and I don't feel inclined to settle for what I might consider to be a "second best" situation at this time! There is no urgency to this, and if I can't find the right person now, I can always wait and look around in another 5 years or so! :whistle:
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Turkish Teachers! 8 years 7 months ago #22102

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It sounds very clear :) I hope you can find a good one soon...Good luck :thumbup
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Ays07 wrote:
It sounds very clear :) I hope you can find a good one soon...Good luck :thumbup

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Let's see if I am inundated with lists of "good" teachers!! :think

I'm not actually holding my breath you understand! :no
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Turkish Teachers! 8 years 7 months ago #22105

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Steve wrote:
Ays07 wrote:
It sounds very clear :) I hope you can find a good one soon...Good luck :thumbup

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Let's see if I am inundated with lists of "good" teachers!! :think

I'm not actually holding my breath you understand! :no

B)

I know, there are some really good ones but let's wait and see if you can get any :noclue
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Turkish Teachers! 8 years 7 months ago #22106

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Perhaps I could have been of some help :D I was born in Turkey but am a teacher who was educated in Australia. Shame I now live in Sweden and am learning Swedish :D
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gul.gkdgn wrote:

Perhaps I could have been of some help :D I was born in Turkey but am a teacher who was educated in Australia. Shame I now live in Sweden and am learning Swedish :D

That's a very nice idea and offer, :thumbup

but I'm not sure Australian counts as good English?? :whistle:
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