Asking for Internet
Lesson 64noobie Turkish Noobie
Asking for Internet
Today, we're learning how to get your sweet Internet fix while wandering around Turkey. Luckily, free wifi is easy to find - and after today, it will be easy to ask for the password.
How to ask for the password.
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Merhaba,
Lovely courses!!!! I love them. I have tried many, many courses online Yours is the best.
I am Lebanese, my native language is Arabic, and the big similarities in vocab makes it easy for me as well as the suffix structure. The challenging part is the vowel harmony as well as the sentence structure where the verb is at the end, and verb conjugation.
In this dialogue "internet" there's a typing mistake with the verb "calismiyor", sorry I don't have a Turkish keyboard.
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May 21, 2013
Justin
Thanks so much! Welcome to the site :)

I looked for the typo, but had trouble finding it. Where exactly is it? I see "çalışmıyor" in the dialog.
May 21, 2013
Öğrenci
loved the video!
May 21, 2013
May
Merhaba Justin,
I see the "calismiyor" with a regular "c" without the additional part that makes it a "tch".
May 21, 2013
Justin
Oh, of course. You're exactly right. Thanks so much :D
May 21, 2013
Öğrenci
çok guzel ders
May 21, 2013
Bredo
Thanks for the course! I feel I learn 10 times faster now than with books and other courses. I have spread the link to my colleagues.
Sep 25, 2013
Öğrenci
Why is a simple "evim var" not included in the possible answers ? Bir doesn't seem necessary. Or is it ?
Jun 05, 2018
Justin
Good question! "Evim var" is most likely fine (depending on the exact context), but "bir" does provide the most direct translation. I'd say it's the better answer here, but, again, there's nothing terribly wrong with yours :)
Jun 06, 2018
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