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tumay


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Message Posted:
06/01/2009 23:04

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Is anyone interested in learning Turkish i charge 50ytl for the hour



Whistler


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Message Posted:
07/01/2009 10:07

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I think that is expensive because I pay 20lira for 2 hours.



dozza67


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07/01/2009 10:39

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That is very expensive. 50ytl for one hour!!!! We heard of someone paying 5 per lesson. Can't remember who though. So if a couple came to you they would have to pay 100ytl per lesson. The words Cow, cash and forhead come to mind.



Aussie


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Message Posted:
07/01/2009 12:02

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For a good teacher for one on one private lessons its probably not that far off the mark.



If its for group lessons it would be very expensive.



Aussie



susief


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Message Posted:
07/01/2009 14:43

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We get our lessons for free every Wednesday evening at Karsiyaka school!



The-Wicks


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07/01/2009 17:31

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Mrs Wick & myself are starting Turkish lessons next week, in Bury St Edmunds. A ten week course has cost her 78, my company has paid for mine, they encourage people to do something different from their normal work.

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fire starter


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Message Posted:
07/01/2009 20:52

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hi the wicks

try the local kebab shop in bury they will always give a helping hand.

if you need to know how to swera in turkish give me an email,lol.

turkish is not the actual language spoken here in cyprus.

cyprus turkish is quite different to turkish mainland turkish.

the local language i can understand well enough but when family speak mainland turkish i am lost.



we get ours for free, living in the village how could we get away from it,lol.

i always tell them i dont speak any turkish so they all talk around me and i can listen in to what people are saying,lol.



tumay


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Message Posted:
07/01/2009 21:32

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it is 50ytl for one2one tuition and you get what you pay for.Im educated to teach, there are many cowboys one of which im not. I speak and therefore teach well pronounced turkish. I suggest to you all that you bring alongside you a well spoken turkish person to your teachers to be a point of reference as to whether the teaching accent, standard is of a good level.As you well know many people are looking to make easy money, as a professional i feel mine is well earnt.



Thank you



The-Wicks


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08/01/2009 11:07

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fire starter do you mean the chap from Chick King on Station Hill, he also has a house in Alsancak.

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mikelapta



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09/01/2009 12:10

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Turkish lessons....I'm ready to start.Can I just turn up at school and register?

Time?

Thanks

Mike



cronos


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Message Posted:
09/01/2009 12:41

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Tumay...msg8

Your qualifications sound excellent.

However,your proposed charge of 50ytl per hour is prohibitive for most people and I suspect you'll have a lot of spare time on your hands (hence the ad on here)

If you charged a reasonable rate...say 25 or 30 ytl..then you would be busy all day.



negativenick


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Message Posted:
09/01/2009 12:41

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jumping on the "cash cow" bandwaggon ?? !!



Seems only five minutes ago when Lawyers didn't charge than much !!



by the way that's 400 TL per day, 2000 TL per week or 8000 TL per month.



Nice work if you can get it...





Nick



Whistler


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09/01/2009 14:06

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Tumay. My teacher is not a cowboy and I do have one-to-one lessons.



Hippo


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09/01/2009 14:38

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Thats expensive as buying logs glad this time NN did the maths.



So i take it Tumay has a certificate in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language witch is a lot different than being a Turkish Language teacher.



Pheraps they could post thier acedemic qualifications here?



turkan


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Message Posted:
09/01/2009 18:43

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Mike lapta im Tumays friend writing in her absence as she has gone to istanbul today, back in a week. Could you send your email to talk off the forum?



Thank you



mikelapta



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Message Posted:
09/01/2009 18:50

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Turkan,for Tumay.....mike_lapta@hotmail.co.uk ....05338713045..tamam?



turkan


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10/01/2009 22:37

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Very good of you to finish in turkish, on her return will let her know to look on the forum for your number, thank you!



Hippo


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14/01/2009 05:12

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still waiting for her qualifications



turkan


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Message Posted:
25/01/2009 20:05

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Hippo those qualifications will be shown in due course to those who have real interest



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