The Turkish Language and its Grammar explained for English Speakers.
To all our Turkish Learners I say Allahasmaladık!
Due to ill health I have to retire from Manisa Turkish Webmastering.
Nathan will be taking over , so look out for some changes.
I wish you well and many thanks for the many inputs and suggestions to improve Turkish learning over the last 18 years.
Happy Turkish Learning to every one - it takes a lifetime...
You can Google the author from the bottom if you wish.
Happy learning - John Guise, Kawerau, New Zealand.
Manisa Turkish answers some of the difficulties which Turkish learners may encounter along their way.
Wikipedia says: "The best website for learning Turkish with detailed explanations."
The vowels of suffixes must mirror the final vowel of the root word being suffixed.
Their corresponding front / back sounds form the basis for vowel harmony rules.Vowel Harmony
Certain consonants are inserted as "buffers" between vowels.
These buffers are always Y, N, S.Buffer Letters
Consists of twenty-one consonants and eight vowels.
The Turkish alphabet is phonetic as each letter always retains it own sound.Alphabet