1. Turkey and Turkish 2. Hello. My name is ... 3. What do you do? 4. This is our house. 5. I am hungry. Are you coming for lunch? 6. I want to pay the water bill, please. 7. What do you usually do in the evenings? 8. He knows this area well. 9. Did you see the movie last night on TV? 10. Excuse me! I did not ask for orange juice. 11. What are you going to do at the weekend? 12. Are you going anywhere nice this evening? 13. Can we bring our dog, too? 14. Who shall we ask? Will you lead the way? 15. This is a very nice hotel. 16. There is a leak in my bathroom. 17. Have you heard the news? 18. What time is the last bus to Izmir? 19. Hope you get well soon. 20. You must stay longer next time
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Asuman Celen Pollard was born in Turkey where she spent many years teaching both English and Turkish as a foreign language. She now teaches Turkish at the University of Birmingham and is the author of many Turkish self-study books.After teaching English as a Foreign Language in Switzerland, Bulgaria and Turkey, David Pollard became a computer analyst-programmer and spent a decade developing educational software. He now works in medical education.
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