The Turkish Language and its Grammar explained for English Speakers.
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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."About the Turkish Language
NEWAbout Turkish Grammatical Logic
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