136 episodes

Join us at Turkish Tea Time (turkishteatime.com) as we chat about the Turkish language, its grammar, and how it's spoken in everyday life. We're Turkish learners, Turkish teachers, and Turkish people ourselves - so we understand what it takes to get a grip on this amazing language. There's something here for every Turkish learner: the difficulty level of each lesson rotates between four levels, from absolute beginner to advanced. We're currently not publishing new content, but look through our library of 136 lessons to find something on virtually any grammar point you need help with.

To follow along each day with annotated dialogs, vocabulary, audio, and quizzes, join us over at turkishteatime.com.

Turkish Tea Time Turkish Tea Time

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    • 4.4, 49 Ratings

Join us at Turkish Tea Time (turkishteatime.com) as we chat about the Turkish language, its grammar, and how it's spoken in everyday life. We're Turkish learners, Turkish teachers, and Turkish people ourselves - so we understand what it takes to get a grip on this amazing language. There's something here for every Turkish learner: the difficulty level of each lesson rotates between four levels, from absolute beginner to advanced. We're currently not publishing new content, but look through our library of 136 lessons to find something on virtually any grammar point you need help with.

To follow along each day with annotated dialogs, vocabulary, audio, and quizzes, join us over at turkishteatime.com.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

mjbutterworth ,

Süper!

I wish this podcast existed when I first started studying Turkish! Whether you're just starting out or you've been learning for years, Turkish Tea Time has engaging content that will help you learn.

Instant stars ,

Way too fast. Made for themselves. Not for you

I am a native Turkish speaker. My wife is from the states and speaks basic Turkish. She was happy to find this podcast and wanted to test it out before purchasing their lessons. But Busra, one of the hosts, has no idea how to teach. She speaks wayyy too fast! And her voice is annoying.

My wife reached out to them to give feedback and ask to speak a little slower. They told her to buy their lessons to follow along. I'm not sure that's convincing.

Thanks for putting together Turkish Tea Time but it would be nice if you seeked for more feedback and implemented them.

Overall, as of now, I wouldn't recommend these lessons if you want to learn Turkish. Go with Pimsleur. We've found that to be the best.

Emmaj89 ,

Useless

I’ve tried so many times and listened to every episode. I may have caught 2 or three words on accident, but that’s on me. The hosts are so annoying. The Native speaker Busra speaks like she’s trying to trip you up on purpose, and she thinks it’s funny when English speakers don’t get stuff that’s easy for her. Turkish is freakin hard! And ya totally different from English. Sometimes she even does a weird accent, misleading the listener. Justin is annoying because he’s so focused on the semantics of grammar and not actually understanding the language. He rather you know that something is a “dative” or “past participle” rather than understanding what it actually means. My husband is a Maurice speaker and begged me to stop listening to this. It’s a waste of time and on top of that, infuriating.

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