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Turkish: Basic Course by Lloyd B. Swift, Selman Agrali

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Turkish: Basic Course
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Publisher: fsi-language-courses.org
ISBN/ASIN: 0884327345
Number of pages: 417

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Turkish Basic Course may be described as an introduction to spoken Turkish in that it includes the major patterns of simple sentences and a vocabulary of about 475 high frequency items. The text is designed for use in classes taught by native-speaking language instructors.

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