• Talking about typical games, recipes, and cooking measurements in Turkey, giving the time with “to” and “past”

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    Okey oynayalım mı? Part 1

    Shall we play Rummikub?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. vocabulary related to Turkish games
    2. which games are the most popular in game cafés
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    Okey oynayalım mı? Part 2

    Shall we play Rummikub?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. more about game cafés
    2. how to use correlative conjunctions
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    Okey oynayalım mı? Review

    Shall we play Rummikub?

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. the correlative conjunctions and their use
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    Numbers from 100 to 1000

    Here you'll learn:
    1. the numbers from 100 to 1000
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    Şeker lazım mı? Part 1

    Do we need sugar?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. common measurements used in Turkish recipes
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    Şeker lazım mı? Part 2

    Do we need sugar?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. some vocabulary for baking
    2. the use of the word "lazım" to mean "to need"
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    Şeker lazım mı? Review

    Do we need sugar?

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. words for measurements
    3. how to use the word "lazım"
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    The accusative case

    Here you'll learn:
    1. the personal pronouns in the accusative case
    2. how to form the accusative
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    Ailemi çok özledim! Part 1

    I miss my family a lot!

    Here you'll learn:
    1. the difference between the definite and indefinite accusative
    2. some verbs that take the accusative case
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    Ailemi çok özledim! Part 2

    I miss my family a lot!

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to give the time with "to" and "past"
    2. to give the time in quarters of an hour
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    Ailemi çok özledim! Review

    I miss my family a lot!

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. the definite and indefinite accusative
    3. giving the time with "to" and "past"
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