Here is our word list; sometimes we use the same word (usually verbs) to teach new tenses, new suffixes. So I deleted those repeated words mostly (not all, didn't want to spend too much time on it :)). That's why some skills seem empty: the verbs in these skills were taught before, and we focused on the suffix there.
On this list, you will see all verbs list as "Verb root -" (e.g. "ye-") because this is the root and you can conjugate it for different persons and tenses.
If someone wants to create a memrise or another vocab training course, feel free to do it.
I made a Memrise with the vocab. The course is still incomplete as many words do not have translations yet. If you want to add some of these translations, let me know and I will add you as a contributor to the course: http://www.memrise.com/course/616738/duolingo-turkish-vocabulary-3/
Thanks Sam. It is very much appreciated if you can finish the project.
Perhaps you can share the doc file on google docs and people can add meanings.
The memrise package still has errors. In the first lesson, we do not have a word called şu that means "that".
I haven't had much time to work on it this week, I'll fix it as soon as I can.
Excellent! But it would be even better if we had the translations too!
By the way, how can I download the chart?
sorry but you need to use a dictionary for that, I recommended several on my external sources post.
you can just copy and paste it as an excel list on your computer.
There is an easy way to get translations for these words that is 90% right: You can use Google Translate.
Just make a copy of the sheet in Google Sheets (File > Make Copy) so you can make changes. Then you create a new sheet (Insert > New Sheet).
Go to the first row, first column in this new sheet and enter the following: =Sayfa1!A1
You will get the same heading as in sheet Sayfa1 (BASICS 1). Drag and drop the blue square on A1 in Sayfa2 vertically until BQ1 (you have to use INSERT > 26 columns right two times to get as many columns as needed).
Now you have the same headings as in the original sheet. Let's translate the words now!
Go to Sayfa2, A2 and type: =GoogleTranslate(Sayfa1!A2;"tr";"en")
Google will translate "elma" from sheet Sayfa1, field A2 into "apple". You can translate into your mothertongue substituting "en" with your local code, such as "de" for German for "es" for Spanish.
You can now drag and drop the blue square vertically and horizontally to translate all Turkish words.
Note that it will take some time until Google translates all text.
You might have to look up some words, because even Google makes mistakes.
Last thing you should do to speed up the sheet is cuting out all translations (STR+Z) and use a special paste it in the same place: Go to Edit > Paste Special > Paste values only.
Go to A2 and you will see that there is no formula (=GoogleTranslate...) but just the text "elma".
Actually, once anyone has translated all words, he could again share the document with us!
I tried to write down the corresponding translations (in blue) next to each column. I will finish eventually. You can find it (and download if you wish) here : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tO-_bPIwbX8I8anYJZD_4a_0jbKUlzcZoP7jqPB7mL0/edit?usp=sharing
Thanks a lot! I replaced "good night" with "good evening" for "iyi akşamlar". In case you find another mistake, let me know :)
Selcen, I wish you had shared a separate copy with write permissions (at least to those who requested) and people could fill in the meanings/alternatives.
Just something helpful for all the people who were talking about being able to edit the word list, you can go to "File" then "Make a copy" from the document, and it will save one into your own Google Drive (you can access it from your gmail at drive.google.com if you've never used it before) and you can edit it and change it however you want :)