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Turkish Tea Time

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Join us at Turkish Tea Time ( 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

Customer Reviews

Easy to use, great instruction

The 10-15 minute lessons focus on one particular topic and explain that topic really well. They are a great way to learn Turkish. The instructors' conversational tone makes each lesson a pleasure to listen to, and the strong focus on fully explaining a new grammatical concept helps a learner really understand what's going on. The lessons are engaging, and I can listen to them while I'm sitting at home or on my way somewhere.

Great job

It has been more than helpful to me. As a forigner living inTurkey, listening to these podcasts has helped me improve my skills a lot. Cok tesekkurler!


I'm headed to Turkey for my honeymoon this summer, and have checked out a few podcasts to try to learn important phrases. This beats every other one, hands down. The quality of instruction is high, the phrases are useful, and you'll come away with functional Turkish fairly quickly.

The lessons are divided into Noobie, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels. If you're just starting, ignore the advanced and intermediate lessons, and just focus on noobie. Beginner lessons are sometimes helpful, as they occasionally contain useful phrases and vocabulary, but the grammar instruction may go over your head.

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