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Tutorials & Courses

FSI Turkish - The same course used by the U.S. government to train diplomats.  This course is now available in digital format thanks to a community effort.

Turkish for Beginners - A basic introduction to Turkish.

Turkish Language Class - This site contains lots of online Turkish resources.  Worth a look.

Turkish Tutorial - A simple and easy to follow Turkish tutorial.

Interesting Reading Practice

BBC - Up to date news from the BBC in Turkish.

Children's Library - Currently offers 2 children's books in Turkish that can be read online.

Deutsche Welle - Up to date news from Deutsch Welle.

Logos Library Turkish - Stories and poems in Turkish.

MPT Online - Online news from Macedonia in Turkish.

The Little Prince - Available in Turkish.

Turkish Audio Books - This site offers a huge selection of audio books.  A wonderful resource.

Voice of America - Interesting Reading practice from Voice of America.

Wikipedia - Wikipedia in Turkish.  If online news isn't interesting enough for you, you can search for whatever you like on Wikipedia.

Things To Listen To

BBC Audio - A great resource to practice Turkish.  Try listening to a little every day.

China Radio International - Audio and more available in Turkish.  An interesting way to practice your Turkish.

Global Recordings Network - Provides several free Christian audio recordings.  A great resource. 

Radio France International - Offers lots of audio as well as news.

SBS Radio - Offers short audio files covering various subjects.

Turkish Internet Radio - A large list of online radio stations that broadcast in Turkish.

Other Turkish Resources

Digital Dialects - This website offers basic vocabulary and games to help you practice.

English-Turkish Dictionary - A useful online dictionary.  It also includes German translations.

Linguanaut - A useful collection of basic phrases.

Verbix - The best online verb conjugator I have found.  Just type in a verb and Verbix will completely conjugate it for you.