The Turkish sentence is mainly based on the correct construction of the verb which includes the suffixes for the subject, the tense, modal verbs, affirmative, negative or interrogative modes and so on. Once the students establish this very important information and understand the most commonly used word order, they will start making sentences hence start enjoying talking in Turkish. For this, i find it best to study verbs before anything and learn how to break them down so we can start improvising and building them up. I like to start but simple conversation and greetings, teaching basic vocabulary and then move on to the sea of verbs.
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