My name is Ceyhun. I am 36 years old, and I am continuing my academic studies here in Munich at Technische Universitat.
In addition to being a native speaker of Turkish, I have a general interest in languages.
Turkish is definitely not Esperanto, and it is not the easiest language to learn :
a) Mostly due to its syntax (that is quite different from most European languages),
b) The type/ordering of suffixes
However, as in many languages, it is about getting used to that particular language.
And that's why practice, practice, and more practice - especially speaking to a native - would really lift you up in your skills in only some month's time.
I speak very clearly and easily comprehensible both in Turkish and English. And since I speak in the prestigious dialect of Turkish, the students who learn Turkish from me would "also" be able to follow Turkish films, TV series, etc.
I have more than 10 years of teaching experience, so the students can rest assured that they are learning from a qualified tutor.
There is quite a considerable community of Turkish people in Munich, so a learner can often find the chance to have practice with Turkish speaking people here.
Depending on the willingness of the learner, it would take between 6 to 12 months to be able to speak at around B2 level.
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