Turkish Lessons in Glasgow. Learn Turkish
All of our Turkish trainers are fully-qualified native speakers who will tailor your course to your individual requirements. Classes are held at a venue and time that suit you, whether that be morning, afternoon or evening; weekdays or weekends. One-to-one and small-group options are available to suit everyone from solo learners to businesses. Course materials are provided.
Turkish Course in Glasgow
It doesn't matter if you want to learn Turkish for business or pleasure - our customised language courses will help you get where you want to be.
Thanks to one of our general Turkish courses you will get a lot more pleasure out of your trip to foreign countries where it is spoken. There are few things more satisfying than being able to communicate well in a second language and this is what the course offers you. The Business courses we provide will give you the ability to cope in a more formal Turkish environment whenever you need to.
You shouldn't think that you need to pick from either Business or General courses, though. The exact content of a Business course will vary depend upon your needs and what you request from the teacher. All that really matters is what you want to learn and how you intend to use your Turkish skills once you have gained them. A good example of how a General course can be adapted to personal needs might be for a client who intends to buy a property overseas and wants to learn all the words which they can on the subject.
Lots of different types of students choose our Business classes. A good example comes from the range of people who work for multinational firms and need to be able to other languages such as Turkish from time to time. General courses in Turkish suit those hoping to emigrate to foreign shores, people with a view to travel to countries where Turkish is the vernacular tongue, those with a keen interest in Turkish culture and language, and people with foreign spouses.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Turkish Course in Glasgow (closed group)
Info about Turkish
The most commonly spoken Turkic language, Turkish dates back almost 1200 years and is spoken in fairly large communities in a wide range of countries all over the globe, though predominantly in Turkey, Cyprus and Bulgaria. Vocabulary comes from a range of sources, mostly Arabic, Persian and French; though there are also many derivations from Italian, Greek and English. There are around 70 million native speakers of Turkish worldwide.
A difficulty of learning Turkish for English speakers is the '2-dimensional vowel harmony' of the language, though it generally becomes second nature after a period of study. However, Turkish isn't considered a massively difficult language to learn. Like German, words in Turkish can be formed by combining (or 'compounding') two or more words into one; and like English, nouns have no gender.
Meet some of our teachers
Watch interviews with a few of our teachers, and find out why the best way to learn a new language is with Language Trainers!:
Ola Paula, My lessons are going very well and I am enjoying them. Maje is keeping me on my toes and I feel I am making progress. She works very hard to prepare interesting work and I am enjoying the huge variety of exercises, reading passages and writing tasks. She is certainly fulfilling the programme we set out at the beginning of the course. Hope this is enough. PS my home computer is down for the next couple of weeks and I am having to pick emails up at the local public library. Un saludo James
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We will send you a quote within one working day of your enquiry.
Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)