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This lesson will teach you some key sentences to find your way and buy a bus ticket at the otogar in Turkey.
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Otogar is the turkish word for bus station.
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First you will probably want to ask where the bus station is:
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Otogar nerede?
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At major bus stations, you will see many tickets selling booths.
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To ask one of them if they have a ticket to Ankara, you can say:
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Ankara'ya bir bilet var mı?
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Which part of it means "one ticket"?
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bir bilet
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The last part means "do you have?":
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var mı
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Now ask how much the ticket costs:
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Bir bilet kaç para?
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You are litterally saying "one ticket how much money?"
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To ask what time the bus leaves, say:
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Bu otobüs ne zaman kalkacak?
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Similarly to ask when the bus arrives:
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Bu otobüs ne zaman varacak?
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You want to make sure you don't need to change buses on the way.
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To ask if the bus is direct, say:
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Ask from which platform the bus departs:
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Hangi peron?
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Here is how you ask if this bus goes to Istanbul:
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Bu otobüs Istanbul'da durur mu?
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