They are both commonly used ways of saying "Thank you." Teşekkürler literally translates to "Thanks" and teşekkür ederim translates to "I thank you." Less common is teşekkür ediyorum. That translates to "I am thanking you." It is more formal and is reserved for strong expressions of thanks, but can also be taken as smart alec.
Can we just say "Teşekkür"? Or is it weird because it translates to "Thank" (and not "Thanks")?
Just a question outside of this, did anybody actually knew how to speak a whole language from this app? I love it but i don't want to just learn the basics from it
Ive thought the same. Strangly enough many natives claim theres no shh, that its instead a rolling r like in spanish. Like pronouncing bir like beers. I call lies. Lol I trust my ears and call them out on their treachery. They just laugh. Ive read otherwise that the r is pronounced as "schua". I sticking with ş