How To Learn Turkish Language In A Fun And Enjoyable Way – Turkish Language Teacher Shares Valuable Advices
When I first came to Turkey I thought I could learn Turkish language on my own, just listening, reading and that somehow my brain will adopt the new language. But after some time I discovered that I wasn’t improving at all, that a whole year has gone by and I still wasn’t able to express myself and include myself in the conversations. So I decided that school can be a good option for me and that is where I met this energetic and joyful teacher Eda Ocak. I still remember her interesting Turkish language classes and her passion for teaching.
This amazing woman today has her own website where she shares great materials that I find very helpful and interesting and I believe that anyone who wishes to learn Turkish language easy and fast should find Eda on Facebook, Instagram and check out her website. It is a true treasure of phrases, stories, grammar and more. What makes Eda Ocak a great Turkish language teacher is that it is truly enjoyable to learn with her and her fun and interactive materials.
Here is an interview with Eda where she shares many helpful tips on how to learn Turkish language faster, easier and better.
Here is what she says about herself:
I’m a Turkish teacher and I’ve been teaching Turkish language to the foreigners since 2008. I started to teach in a language institute in a class and also private lessons for 8 years. One day one of my students asked me to give her Skype lessons because she wanted to continue and not forget what she learned when she goes back to her country. So this way I started the idea of online lessons and loved it. When I moved from İstanbul to Derince -close to Kocaeli- last year I started my website and teaching only via Skype. Now I am not only a teacher but a blogger for teaching Turkish as well. I write stories and articles, I make videos and flash cards for learning, then I share them on my website and on social media. Because after years of teaching I noticed that it’s not easy to find good materials especially reading texts which fit your level in Turkish. Now I started to write articles and short stories about different subjects and for different levels, which I also use for my lessons.