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Festivals, Fairs, Feasts, Fares...

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  • Turkish Choral Festival
  • İzmir International Fair
  • Cesme Sea Festivity
  • Nasreddin Hodja Festivities
  • Strawberry Feasts In Bartin
  • Pamukkale Music & Culture
  • Manisa Mesir Festival
  • Istanbul Jazz Festival
  • International Bursa Festival
  • Atatürk Dam Water Sports Feast
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THE SAINT

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#246
Aug 5, 2012
 
WCE wrote:
<quoted text>thereS NO SUcH ThinG AS A puRE AUSSie
Too right, my ancestry is Scottish.

Since: Dec 11

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#247
Aug 7, 2012
 
Kelkitli Yavuz wrote:
Hayvan gibi sikilmis ermeni hayvanlarina guvenmeyin.
Haklisin arkadas.
Roger That

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#248
Aug 9, 2012
 
THE SAINT wrote:
<quoted text>Too right, my ancestry is Scottish.
My background is Irish.
WCE

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#249
Aug 17, 2012
 
iTS almosT bayRAM feTiVAL
Kelkitli Yavuz

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#250
Aug 21, 2012
 
sssssikerim sikerim sikerim ermenileri.
falan filan

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#251
Aug 30, 2012
 
falan Cesme Sea Festivity filan
Okkeshoglu

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#252
Sep 10, 2012
 
SuperZekali wrote:
<quoted text>Haklisin arkadas.
Ermenilere destek vermeyin.
Turq

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#253
Sep 17, 2012
 
1922

Turks defeat Greeks and drive them out of Asia Minor; sultanate abolished
Turkfact

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#254
Sep 23, 2012
 
Since 1928, Turkish has been written in a slightly modified Latin alphabet which is almost phonetic. Loanwords are adjusted to the Turkish spelling. For example,
media becomes medya ,
television becomes televizyon,
restaurant becomes restoran and
hotel becomes otel.

The absence of feminine or masculine forms of nouns and adjectives in Turkish also makes life easier for learners. But just like in French, you has two forms, the informal sen and formal siz. The verbs – which always come at the end of sentences - require suffixes according to the level of formality you choose when speaking.

Suffixes in Turkish may well cause difficulty at first, but once you’ve got your head around the logic of conjugations, you’ll see that it`s not impossible to figure out all verbal conjugations.
Git(mek), to go, in present tense appears as -yor:
Ben gidiyorum, I am going: gid-i-yor is the present tense and -um is the first person singular personalisation suffix which determines who is doing the action.
Git(mek) in past tense appears as ti:
Ben gittim, I went,:-ti is the past tense and -m is the first person singular personalisation.
Git(mek), in future appears as cek, depending on the vowels:
Ben gidece&#287;im, I will go: gidecek(&#287;)*is the future tense of to go and -im is the first person singular personalisation suffix
AFG Thug

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#255
Sep 24, 2012
 
Turq wrote:
1922
Turks defeat Greeks and drive them out of Asia Minor; sultanate abolished
Why didnt Turks drive out the Greeks from Europe?
Nathan Davis

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#256
Sep 29, 2012
 
Its showtime.
Okkeshoglu

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#257
Sep 30, 2012
 
Turq wrote:
1922
Turks defeat Greeks and drive them out of Asia Minor; sultanate abolished
Greeks always fail.
Agro Ali

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#258
Oct 2, 2012
 
hi im baaaack...

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#259
Oct 8, 2012
 
Slayer Armenians Reveal Their Killing Ways
AFG Thug

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#260
Oct 15, 2012
 
Investigat0r wrote:
Slayer Armenians Reveal Their Killing Ways
How? Where??
Kelkitli Yavuz

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#261
Oct 28, 2012
 
sikdimin adi ermenisi
more facts 4u

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#262
Nov 8, 2012
 
In 1923 the democratic Republic of Turkey was established under the leadership of Kemal Atatürk.

Turkey is a young country in more ways than one: over two-thirds of the Turkish population is under age 30

Since: Jun 10

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#263
Nov 18, 2012
 
Not So Tough
A nun in full black habit is walking past a bar when a drunk stumbles out, sees her, and punches her square in the nose. Before she can scream, he lands a sloppy one-two and an uppercut. When she goes down, he starts kicking her with his scuffed business shoes. As a crowd gathers, the drunk stops, staggers back, and slurs, "You're not so tough, Batman!"
Ivo

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#264
Nov 18, 2012
 
pustikaa.
cartcurt

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#265
Dec 4, 2012
 
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