Online Turkish language learning games
Turkish language learning games on this website were designed for language students of various ages, including younger kids, school children and adult learners. Turkish language resources on Digital Dialects do not require registration or any provision of personal details and are free for anyone to use or share. Games are created for inclusion in lesson plans, casual classroom language study or as a self-study resource for independent Turkish learning. You will find the Turkish words and Turkish phrases given with English translations, along with audio recordings of Turkish spoken by a native speaker. The Turkish phrases sections will help you to start to make conversation with Turkish people. Many people in Turkey and North Cyprus do not speak fluent English and will appreciate your efforts to speak in the vernacular. Turkic languages are spoken in the Caucasus region and Central Asia, and some Turkish can be understood in these places, as well as in parts of the Middle East outside Turkey. The numbers game and food words quizzes will assist you in expressing basic desires and needs to waiters and street hawkers, and to staff in bus and train stations. Pick from the Turkish learning topics and review your progress by playing the language testing games. Each Turkish language revision topic includes vocabulary lists and practice games with audio for teaching correct pronunciation. Materials on the Learn Turkish page are of most use to beginner level students or travelers, though those with some familiarity with the language may wish to try the Turkish spelling games.
Learn Turkish language exercises include:
Turkish phrases - begin your Turkish studies by learning to say hello and asking where the toilet is. Some of the most common greetings in Turkish and phrases for ordering food or asking directions. Exercise and word list with spoken Turkish audio provided by a native Turkish speaker with a standard accent.
Numbers in Turkish - learn to count using Turkish numbers. The Turkish numbers 1-12 game could be a good exercise to begin your studies. Turkish numbers 13-20 builds on the first game, and introduces the numbers up to 20. For multiples of 10 up to 100 play the Turkish numbers 0-100 game. Arithmetic games in which you add the Turkish words for numbers together to choose the correct answer. Audio for learning to pronounce the numbers is provided on the intro page.
Colors in Turkish - the 11 most common color words in the Turkish language. . Fun and interactive multiple-choice game with audio for learning essential adjectives in the Turkish language.
Fruit and vegetables game - 15 of the most useful words for Turkish fruit and vegetables in a simple quiz with audio included. For beginner students and those needing to go grocery shopping.
Animals in Turkish - learn Turkish vocabulary for animals and then choose either the game with 17 questions if you are not yet familiar with the vocabulary or the complete 33 question quiz. A great visual and interactive language learning exercise suitable for kids.
Vocabulary quizzes - two games with vocabulary lists and audio, each of which contains 33 Turkish words. Beginners may wish to first take the simpler quiz with 17 words. Choose either vocabulary game 1 or the slightly more difficult vocabulary game 2.
Vocabulary builders - as you begin to acquire more vocabulary, these two quizzes each offer 48 useful words. Match the Turkish word with the corresponding English word. Vocabulary builder 1 and the slightly more advanced vocabulary builder 2 game.
Turkish spelling games - this Turkish word spelling section currently offers four games for spelling Turkish words; colors, animals and two vocabulary games.
The advanced Turkish games page contains three vocabulary drills for continuing your Turkish studies beyond the level of this introductory page, which focuses on beginner students.
Mobile and tablet games for Turkish - there are several games with audio on our Turkish for mobile/tablets pages including colors, numbers, phrases, animals, vocabulary. If you come to this site with a mobile device you will be automatically redirected to this page.
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