Utopist wrote:Şükür, salamatçılıqdır. Çox saǧ olun!
I'm glad to hear that.
Utopist wrote:Well, my knowledge is rather passive; I've no problem in uderstanding either written or oral Turkish and even can write not so bad but when it comes to speaking I'm not always understood due to my accent.
My attemt to speak Azeri failed as well
We have loads of dialects in Azerbaijan and we usually use them in our everyday life, it has a great impact on phonetics.
in the speech of "sumqayıtlılar"
"Harada işləyirsən?" would be "Harda iştiyirsən?"
in some dialects its even more extreme
"Yeni ili yaxşı keçirə bildinmi?" =>
Yeni ili yaxs/dz/a çe/ts/ra bildimmi?
That's why in the real-life conversation I prefer to use English while talking with Turks.
Utopist wrote:Ben de Türkçemi daha iyi etmek isterdim geliştirmek isterdim, ama maalesef ilave vaktim boş zamanım yok. Üstokula Üniversite/Lise* sınavına hazırlanmaktayım**/hazırlanıyorum.
Bir il boş vaxtım olsaydı, onu, sözsüz ki, dillərə həsr edərdim.
But at the moment I have the CAE exam comming soon as well as my final school examination.
Well, my knowledge is rather passive; I've no problem in uderstanding either written or oral Turkish and even can write not so bad but when it comes to speaking I'm not always understood due to my accent.
Utopist wrote:"Üstokul" as far as I am concerned is a neologism for 'üniversite'.
Turkish diziler are very popular in Azerbaijan but not among Russian Azeris. I've seen only one of them. "Küçük Hanımefendi''. The music was awesome.
Utopist wrote:Well, have never been interested in it. Actually I know only two comedy soaps "Aramızda qalsın" and "Bacanaqlar". They are hilarious.
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