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MINI-DIALOGUEEnglishTurkishbogazici86
Mini-dictionaryEnglishTurkishmarmaris
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Past simpleEnglishTurkishCaliph
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QUESTION WORDS “NE” (WHAT) and “KİM” (WHO)EnglishTurkishbogazici86
Simple Present TenseEnglishTurkishCaliph
Some phrasesEnglishTurkishalp_er
SOME USEFUL PHRASESEnglishTurkishbogazici86
Some words which are used dailyEnglishTurkishVolcano1985
THE LETTER “Ğ”EnglishTurkishbogazici86
THE PLURAL SUFFİX “-lAr”EnglishTurkishbogazici86
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