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Turkish Classes for Spring 2015

SPRING 2015 Registration is open!

Turkish courses are 10 weeks program with one meeting in each week on or off campus. Study Turkish offers three levels of Turkish courses.

To register for Beginner classes, you DO NOT need prior experience in the Turkish language.

Spring 2015 Orientation

We would like to meet with you to give a brief orientation about the course, its content, the textbook and more. 

Why Learn Turkish?

First of all, it is fun to learn a new language. Besides,
  • Turkish is the language of a strategically important country located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. 
  • Turkish is the 5th biggest language spoken in the world. There are more than 200 million people speaking Turkish. 
  • Turkish language is written in Latin alphabet and pronounced as it is written. Therefore, it is easy to learn and to pronounce.
  • Buy one, get several!  Turkish is a kin to many Turkic languages, such as Azeri, Kazakh, Tatar, and Uzbek. Hence, Turkish is the language of an emerging Central Asian market.

Our students won the silver and bronze place at Internal Languages and Cultures Festival!

From our students, Amelia Min-Venditti was awarded silver (second) place, and Wendolyn Zamora was awarded bronze (third) place at Turkish Language contest. Their awards were presented at annual International Languages and Cultures Festival at Hobby Center. Congratulations Amelia and Wendy!







9th Annual Turkish Culture and Language Olympiad will be held at Hobby Center in Houston

Raindrop Turkish House is organizing the 9thAnnual Turkish Language Olympiad Southwest America Finals and everyone is invited to this exciting event that contributes in very colorful cultural life of Greater Houston area and Great State of Texas. Houston will host students from six states who will compete in 11 categories including singing, poetry, talent, picture and figure, folklore, cuisine, language and state exhibition contests.

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