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Turkish


Turkish is the language of the once mighty Ottoman Empire, spoken by about 100 million people worldwide. It is now available for study in Khmelnytskyi.

Turkish lessons are held 2 times a week for 50 minutes or 1 hour 20 minutes. Tuition fee depends on the number of students in the group.

The first lesson in the group is free, so please call to sign up for a course and to learn Turkish : (0382) 70-78-76 or (068) 3600108.

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private lessons
when paying
for 8 lessons
private lessons
when paying
for 1 lesson

lessons at school

Tuition for 8 classes two times a week for 1 hour 20 min

560 UAH 664 UAH
(before 3 pm)
800 UAH
(after 3 pm)
880 UAH
(before 3 pm)
1120 UAH
(after 3 pm)
1160 UAH
(before 3 pm)
1600 UAH
(after 3 pm)
2240 UAH
(before 3 pm)
2800 UAH
(after 3 pm)
300 UAH
(before 3 pm)
380 UAH
(after 3 pm)

lessons at school

Tuition for 8 classes two times a week for 50 min

496 UAH 560 UAH
(before 3 pm)
640 UAH
(after 3 pm)
664 UAH 
(before 3 pm)
800 UAH
(after 3 pm)
880 UAH
(before 3 pm)
1120 UAH
(after 3 pm)
1600 UAH
(before 3 pm)
2080 UAH
(after 3 pm)
220 UAH
(before 3 pm)
280 UAH
(after 3 pm)

lessons via SKYPE 

Tuition for 8 classes two times a week for 1 hour 20 min

720 UAH 880 UAH 1160 UAH 1680 UAH 3040 UAH 400 UAH

lessons via SKYPE 

Tuition for 8 classes two times a week for 50 min

560 UAH 664 UAH 880 UAH 1160 UAH 2240 UAH 300 UAH

 INTERESTING:

Turkish (tour. Türkçe) is one of the Turkic languages, the official language of Turkey. Used in Turkey and Romania, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the former Yugoslavia. Turkish is spoken from 80 to 100 million people.

Over the past few centuries the Turkish language has been influenced significantly by Persian and Arabic languages, and therefore the amount borrowed from these languages, words sometimes reached 80% of the Turkish. By the XX century the Ottoman language (Osmanli) was the literary language of the Ottoman Empire, it was very different from the spoken language of Turkey. In the late 19th and early 20th century, magazines and newspapers were published in the language, although it was different from the modern Turkish language. The new language was promoted by the Young Turks. Contemporary writing started in 1928.