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This lesson will teach you how to count up to 20.
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Turkish follows a very simple logic for counting, in that there are no irregular forms like in English for instance.
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For instance, numbers between 11 and 19 will be ten-one, ten-two, ten-three and so on.
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And 21 to 29 will follow the same logic: 20-1, 20-2, 20-3...
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With that in mind, let's get started:
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one
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bir
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two
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iki
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three
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üç
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four
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dört
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five
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beş
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six
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altı
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seven
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yedi
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eight
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sekiz
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nine
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dokuz
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ten
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on
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Now let's repeat a bit.
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Do you remember one, two and three?
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bir, iki, üç
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Say number ten again:
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Now can guess how to say eleven (remember it's "ten-one")
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on bir
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How about 12 and 13?
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on iki - on üç
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Can you say numbers 4, 5 and 6?
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dört - beş - altı
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Now you can say 14, 15 and 16!
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on dört - on beş - on altı
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Almost there, repeat 7, 8 and 9
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yedi - sekiz - dokuz
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The same way, you can guess 17, 18 and 19.
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on yedi - on sekiz - on dokuz
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And finally, twenty is:
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yirmi
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Now let's see how much you remember.
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Can you repeat numbers 1 through 5?
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bir - iki - üç - dört - beş
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How about 6 to 9?
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altı - yedi - sekiz - dokuz
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Now just say the numbers you hear in turkish.
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3
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üç
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1
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bir
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7
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yedi
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12
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on iki
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16
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on altı
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4
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dört
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15
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on beş
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9
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dokuz
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18
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on sekiz
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20
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yirmi
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  • target-language:tr
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