In this questionnaire, we plan to interview Lexiophiles bloggers to get tips on how to learn their native language. Instead of offering run of the mill advice, we tried a… [Continue Reading]
Turkey is ranking 16th in the world with more other 16 million internet users and is mostly regarded as a growing online market. If we look at the recent Internet Report made by the Turkish Statistical Institute, it is noticeable that people in the age group 15-24 are the main internet users in Turkey with a percentage of 46 %.
Türkiye’deki harcama alışkanlıkları 1970’lerden beri önemli değişiklikler geçirdi. 1970’lerde Türkler daha çok tutumluyken 1980’lerde tüketime ağırlık vermeye ve kendilerini tüketim biçimleriyle ifade etmeye başladılar. 1990’larda ise insanlar yabancı markaları almaya… [Continue Reading]
In Turkey, there have been significant changes in the consumption habits in the course of time. In 1970’s, people were rather thrifty; afterwards, in 1980’s, they became excessively consumptive. In those years, consumption style became a way of self-expression. In 1990’s, people began to buy foreign brands, which became a symbol of status.
Tekerleme her dilde bulunan ve eşsesli kelimelerle kurulan bir kelime oyunudur. Tekerlemeler hem çocukların hem de büyüklerin konuşma becerilerini geliştirmelerine yardımcı olur.
Tongue Twisters are one of the few types of wordplay that exist in every language. They are quite fun and help you develop your speaking skills.
Avrupa’ya kahveyi Türklerin getirdiğini bilmeyen yoktur sanırım. Onlarda da kahveyi 15. yüzyılın sonlarında, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman döneminde Yemen’den almışlar ve sonrasında İstanbul’da ilk kahvehaneleri açmışlar. Türklerin kahve geleneğinin başlangıcı bu…
It is well-known that the Turks brought coffee to Europe, first to Austria when their army surrounded Vienna in 1683. Actually, the Ottoman Turks got coffee from Yemen by the late 15th century in the period of Suleiman the Magnificent and opened the first coffeehouses in Istanbul.
One of the first things that attracted my attention in Germany was the common use of abbreviations, especially acronyms, mostly formed with three letters. If you decide to live in Germany, it is better that you learn some of them.