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https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a

I've just finished Turkish tree!

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Hello!

I'd like to share my accomplishment with you - I've finished Turkish tree. It is my third finished tree on Duolingo, which makes me very happy. I started Turkish probably around 2 minutes after its release and after all this work I've finally made it. Which of course does now mean that's the end of my story with this language! I already liked Turkish before, and this course only made me fall in love with it more. I'll keep practising all those skills, I also think about getting more into grammar, so I'll probably focus more on the resources outside of Duolingo for now.

I need to say that it was my favorite course here. Not only because it was Turkish (which is a good reason by itself) but also because of all those cool sentences. (Game of Thrones references, for example) It also had the biggest impact on me - even in as simple aspects as typing, because I have problems writing on English keyboard now, since I got so used to writing on the Turkish one.

I would like to use this opportunity to thank the whole Turkish team for creating this course and the whole Duolingo staff - for making it possible.

Let me finish this post with my favorite sentence from the course:

Gerçek dünyaya hoş geldin!

Best wishes,

Marta

PS. I forgot to add the key to finishing the tree (in my case). This is the best background music for learning languages! :D

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/mjacobsen121

Congratulations! That has got to take a lot of dedication! Grattis!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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It did, but at the same time it was really fun :) Thank you!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/PedrOgle
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I hope to soon follow in your footsteps! That is an incredible accomplishment! Thank you for the motivation and good luck on future language learning ;)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Thanks! And good luck to you as well :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/tnel1
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M4rt4a! No way! Amazing!!! Please share the resources you will be using as you come across them! More details about what makes Turkish so special for you lütfen! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Sure, I have a few sites bookmarked... somewhere :D I'll let you know when I dig them out.

I'm not going to hide it - I firstly discovered Turkish through a music channel I found when I was bored and just decided to check all the programs in TV. Then I started watching Magnificent Century last year and since then I really wanted to learn the language. I'm interested in Turkish history and I'd love to visit Turkey one day so it's be nice to be able to communicate. Also, I'm fascinated by the fact that there a few Turkish words which are exactly the same, or at least really familiar, with Polish. The grammar is so different from everything I've tried so far, but it's really fun (I treat it as some sort of brain exercise :D)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/tnel1
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Ahhhh!!! :) Good stuff! :) p.s. thanks for the reminder on Magnificent Century - I've been meaning to watch that!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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It's great! I'm watching the 3rd season right now and currently I'm waiting for subtitles to the next episode :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Deliciae
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Aferin! You're a star! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Teşekkür ederim! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/het_aapje
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Aferin! Gratulacje! It doesn't seem like that long ago we was all learner number 5 :')

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Dziękuję! That's so true, I remember everyone being so happy about being number 5 and I was sitting here like 'whatever, I was the fifth!' :D

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sercani
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Gerçekten tebrik ederim. Ben bir Türk olmama rağmen, henüz bitiremedim Türkçe kursunu :) Bu cümleleri anlayabiliyorsan ve dahi anlamına gelen -de, -da eklerini ayrı yazabiliyorsan sen Türkçeyi bir çok Türkten daha iyi biliyorsun demektir. Bu aşağıdaki şiiri anlayabilecek misin?

Bugün pazar. Bugün beni ilk defa güneşe çıkardılar. Ve ben ömrümde ilk defa gökyüzünün bu kadar benden uzak bu kadar mavi bu kadar geniş olduğuna şaşarak kımıldamadan durdum. Sonra saygıyla toprağa oturdum, dayadım sırtımı duvara. Bu anda ne düşmek dalgalara, bu anda ne kavga, ne hürriyet, ne karım. Toprak, güneş ve ben... Bahtiyarım...

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/krasnayavishnya

dahi anlamına gelen de, da bağlaçları ek değil :/

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sercani
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Haklısın, çok utandım şu an :( Şunu da buraya ekleyeyim bari bir faydam olsun http://www.kaanfakili.com.tr/de-da-eki-ve-deda-baglacinin-yazimi/ (Cümledeki -da son dakika çırpınışı :) )

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Teşekkür ederim! şu anda ben Türkçe iyi bilmiyorum. fakat zaman okumak, çok şeyler anliyorum. :)

At this time of the day this is all I'm capable of, sorry. (I hope it's at least close to being understandable) I'm completely fine with Turkish word order when I have to understand something but it gets quite tricky when I have to use it by myself. Anyway, I could understand that poem only with a big help of my dictionary. I guess there's still a lot of work waiting for me but for now my goal is to be able to freely communicate by summer (July or August)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sercani
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Don't worry, you are quite good at it. But my suggestion to you would be "work harder on grammatical cases" . They are really hard to understand at first, but when you do, I am sure you will enjoy the most unlimited language in the world.

By the way, this is the translation of that poem: http://www.siir.gen.tr/siir/n/nazim_hikmet/today_is_sunday.htm

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Thanks, that's what I'm planning on doing. I guess it'll get easier with more practice :)

In my translation the meaning was the same but it wasn't so nicely put. It's really beautiful!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/flootzavut
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Man, I'm gobsmacked by the number of people who are through the tree already. I'm slowly making my way through the locative! 8-o

round of applause

Well done and congrats and enjoy finishing your Irish tree also :D

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Well, I think I just have too much time, so I could spend at least an hour a day on this (or maybe I'm just notorious procrastinator and I chose to spend my time duoling instead of doing all those things I really should ;p)

How do you my first self-invented word: duoling? By the definition it's suppose to mean: doing things on Duolingo. I'm planning on making it a trend. LOL :D (I think it's getting too late, I can't think straight anymore... :P)

After Turkish, Irish seems like a piece of cake since I'm already somehow familiar with it.

Thanks and good luck with your tree! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MusingThoughts

duoling - I love it!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Thanks! Finally someone who appreciates my invention! :D

3 years ago

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Duoling is a very cool word :D

For me it's not a lack of time, I just don't think I can process and absorb the information that fast! Even with my first tree, which was German, where I was a false beginner, when I tried to move fast, even though I was getting through the lessons I ended up stalled further down because I hadn't retained enough of previous lessons. I'm in awe of you picking up and retaining enough to be able to use it later down the tree and keep going, in such a short frame of time. Fantastic!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Oh, thank you! :D

I think, if I tried to do the same lessons over and over again, I'd just get frustrated about it and found something else to do. That happens a lot with things I start, I get bored way too easily. About picking it up - I guess it's mostly thanks to the fact that I've been constantly studying something for the past few years, every day. That's a good brain exercise and learning becomes easier with time :)

The other thing I love about languages, is that there are those concepts that are repeatedly appearing. So now I do not necessarily need to learn a whole new grammar rule - often I just have to remember that it's the same/similar as in another language. And then I can focus on the exceptions. Maybe that wasn't exactly the case with Turkish, but you know... Generally it works like that :)

3 years ago

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I just can't assimilate the information that fast. I love languages, but I don't pick them up that quick. I pick up phrases okay - I think because it's information in context. I pick up music and songs fast, and I pick up general knowledge fast (I'm that person who always has some random factoid about a given subject ;D I'm kind of known for it among my friends) but I just really can't seem to pick up grammar rules that fast. I'm still going back and reviewing lessons and grammar rules and don't really have my head round some of the earlier lessons, even though I'm past the second checkpoint. I'll get there eventually, but I just don't absorb it fast enough to race forward.

I have ME/CFS/SEID/whatever the hell they're calling it these days and I don't know if that is part of it... I've been ill on and off since I was about 11 so I don't really have a reference for learning languages (or most things) without it.

Anyway, regardless, I'm super impressed :D

3 years ago

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I'm like that with history, whenever someone starts a new subject I'm like 'Did you know that in xxxx year someone named xxxx did exactly the same thing!' or something like that :D (the general response tends to be something along the lines of 'How great, do I really look like I care?" :p)

Well, thanks. I guess I pick up things faster than most people now but it's still not exactly a piece of cake :P Anyway, most of people around me are often being enlighten with completely unneeded (for them) knowledge, by me.... when I learn something new, I tend to remember it faster if I talk about it, and since I'm not really interested in talking to myself and my dog still has that really strict 'no comment/don't expect the answer, this subject is way below my level' policy there are people who... have to listen :D for example, a few weeks back I've explained a big part of Irish grammar to my mom (I honestly don't thing she would EVER need it :D). And today I was explaining Turkish to my friend, who does not seem to understand that learning more than 5 languages at the same time is not 'the weirdest thing under the sun' (but hey! no one understands why I listen to greek hip hop either :D)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/AlexisLinguist
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Tebrikler, Marta! :) Will you continue goldening the tree? :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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Thanks! :) I definitely will! But not at the same speed I was going through the tree - I'll be focusing on grammar for the time being, and maybe some vocabulary courses on Memrise :)

In the meantime, I'll finally go back to my Irish tree, I should be done with it in a few days as well (if everything goes along with the plan) :)

3 years ago

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Congrats! I'm going to miss the skills on my activity stream now!

3 years ago

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Thanks! But you don't need to worry, I still have to finish Irish tree. Hopefully Ukrainian will be out by that time too. So many new skills! :D

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/s-g-lafollette
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<h1>Congratulations, Marta!</h1>

You've done an amazing job with this tree, and I know how hard you have worked on it! Best of luck with continuing your studies!

3 years ago

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Thank you, Shelby! You probably know it the best, but you have still beaten me to it! :P

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/compicej

Awesome. Congrats!

3 years ago

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Thank you! :)

3 years ago

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I'm new in duolingo and I signed up for Turkish. I've always wanted to learn this. Your example strongly encourages. Thx!

3 years ago

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Thanks! Good luck with learning! :)

3 years ago

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Congrats! :D

PS: And thanks for the tip ;)

3 years ago

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Thank you! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/errol86
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Tebrik ederim :) Gratulacje

3 years ago

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Thank you! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Jayway223
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Congratulations, Marta! :D

3 years ago

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Thank you, Jay! :D (or should I currently address you as Little Jay? :P)

3 years ago

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Currently, Little Jay. ;P

3 years ago

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Ok, Little Jay. I hope you grow up happily and become a genius polyglot. :P

3 years ago

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Tank you!!!! ^-^

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Lexi_Paloma
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That was fast! :) Congrats, Marta! :) You did an amazing job! :)

3 years ago

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I just couldn't wait to see all the skills! :) Thank you!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Gaga986
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Congrats, Marta! You did really an amazing job. You truly are a star :)

3 years ago

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Thank you very much! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/FrankKool
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Congratulations! You must be one of the first to have completed this tree. Keep up the good work. Also, any chance you'll be studying Dutch next? :P

3 years ago

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Thanks! I'm not sure, but I've only heard about a few who did it already :) To be honest, I've been thinking about Dutch for some time now, I'm really curious about this language, but I think I'll leave it for summer. I'll have more time then, and I'll be able to give it the attention it deserves :)

3 years ago

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Way to go Marta!

3 years ago

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Thank you! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Kizil_Kafa

tebrikler!

3 years ago

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teşekkür ederim!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/crush
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I'm really curious how people get through these trees so quickly, do you just not do any review until you finish the entire tree? Is an hour a day for less than a month really all it takes? Anyway, congratulations!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4rt4a
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It was at least an hour a day, sometimes it went as far as five or six hours in a day. (that mostly depended on how much time I could spend on it, I guess the average would be 3 hours, 'cause I didn't really have much to do this month) I actually did quite a lot of reviews and some additional work on Memrise. I tend to do every lessons twice before going to another, and then after a few days I go back to the skill (especially those I had the most problems with) and practise it some more, after that I prefer to wait some time till the skill isn't gold anymore and review it then. Now I'll probably start the tree from the beginning one more time :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/PolishMathew
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Do you have life outside Duolingo? :P And can you tell us how your friends react when you tell them that you speak many languages, even Turkish?

Gratulacje Językowa Marto! :D

3 years ago

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To my own surprise, I do :D (The time I spend on Duo is usually the time I really should dedicate to something else, I just 'oh, so don't feel like doing it' :P) I usually get something along the lines of 'I'm so impressed, but you're still weird'. I guess people just got used to it already, I tend to have 'not so common' interests (like Polish movies from 1920-1930, ancient history, grammar, MotoGP, music from all over the world...)

Dziękuję! Szczerze mówiąc, z każdym kolejnym językiem, uczenie się ich staję się coraz łatwiejsze :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/AnnaCorinna

Tebrikler! I've finished about 2/3 of the tree by now. I love Turkish and I would recommend you get tons of immersion now. There are many TV series on Youtube, kanalD, amara, ofdizi etc I can recommend Aski memnu, Fatmagülün sucu ne, Binbir gece, Kurt Seyit ve Sura, Intikam and many more .... iyi eğlenceler Anna

3 years ago

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Turkish is awesome! I'm currently watching Magnificent Century and I've just started Ezel a few days ago. Thanks for recommendations and good luck with learning :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/duedeluee

Tebrikler! iyi yaptin :)

3 years ago

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teşekkür ederim!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Ching-ho_Chen
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So can someone tell me what a Tirkish tree is? :/

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lazouave
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A "tree" is how we call a course because on the previous layout, Duolingo's courses looked like trees. It's less obvious now but the word stuck! So, the "Turkish tree" is the Turkish course, just like you are working on your German tree :)

3 years ago