The 'If' lesson has way too much content to learn for just one lesson.
This lesson shouldn't exist in this form. Italian for English speakers, for example, has multiple lessons for subjunctive and conditional, four in total, and each covers a different time in said mood, so people can focus on one thing at a time.
In Turkish, we have even more times where -sA can attach to, each resulting in a different meaning and then we have to do all times in one single lesson while also learning a bunch of new verbs?
No, this is definitely not a good idea and will frustrate a lot of people.
Split the lesson up give people a chance to slowly learn the meaning of the mood in teach time instead of throwing super hard sentences at them like that.
You're spot on! However, unfortunately, the moderators of the Turkish course don't seem to make any changes as to the tree. The vast changes are only made in famous languages like Spanish, French, and German. They're most probably going to pay attention to this course in the future. But not now, I guess.
they definitely need to change it!! there are so many people using turkish course, it doesn't matter how popular it is or not, it should be effective even if only 1 person using it