SECOND LANGUAGE COURSES

These second language courses are for participants who would like to be more equipped and more successful in their academic and occupational life. Many of the second language courses are lectured by native speakers, allowing participants to completely grasp the language that they need or want to learn.

GERMAN (A1-1)
COURSE CONTENT:Course aims to help participants to be able to use German to communicate in their daily life. Short reading texts and comprehension questions  contributes to an overall understanding of German. Speaking sections allow   gradual progress in fluency.COURSE OBJECTIVE:LISTENING: Participants will be able to comprehend  closely related issues (For instance, daily life,, family, shopping, local geography, employment) that  use  extremely high frequency vocabulary. They will be able to understand the essential meaning of newspaper ads and basic  messages.READING: Participants will be able to  read simple and short texts. Also, they will be able to  find specific information provided in everyday documents such as advertising, booklets, menus and tariffs.CONVERSATION: They will be able to communicate  on familiar topics and activities that do not require anything other than a simple and direct exchange of information. Even though in general they do not have a full  understanding of  subjects,, they can participate  in a very short communication exchanges.SPEAKING: They will benefit from a series of phrases or expressions for describing their family and other people, living conditions, education and current professional activities with simple words.WRITING: Participants will be able to write simple messages, short notes and very simple personal letters, such as a letter of thanks.Source: Funk/Kuhn: Studio 21 A1.1 Das Deutschbuch. CornelsenVerlag
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GERMAN (A1-2)
COURSE CONTENT:Aim of the course is to be able to understand and use extremely simple words aimed to meet the  needs of the  everyday requirements  of participants. Participants can introduce themselves and others, and answer  questions about themselves, their  home, relationships, possessions, etc.COURSE OBJECT:LISTENING: Participants will be able to  understand very basic phrases and familiar words related with their  family when spoken slowly and clearly.READING: They will be able to  understand simple sentences, words, and familiar  names in written texts such as catalog, announcements or posters.CONVERSATION: Participants will be able to  communicate in a simple way  what they want to say and speak, althoughat  at a relatively slow rate of speech. They will be able to  ask and answer  simple questions areas for current needs or on very familiar subject.SPEAKING: They will be able to  use simple phrases and sentences to describe familiar people.WRITING: They will be able to  write postcards with short simple sentences. For example: holiday cards. Also, they will be able to fill in forms with personal information, like name, nationality and address. For example: hotel registration forms.Note: Placement Test will be held except for A1/1 courses.Source: Funk/Kuhn: Studio 21 A1.2. Das Deutschbuch. CornelsenVerlag
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GERMAN CULTURE AND ART
COURSE CONTENT:The aim of the course is to improve  learners’ e German language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening comprehension) that they have learned previously. In this course,the aim is to introduce  the details of social and cultural structure of the German speaking countries (Society, lifestyle, education system, culture and art), and allow students to explain their  ideas and opinions about these issues.COURSE OBJECTIVES:Detailed information about German-speaking countries' history, geography,social and cultural structure will be  given. Related to these issues, using visual, auditory, and written texts, reading, writing, speaking and listening skills will be practiced.Particular attention will be given to phonetics and pronunciation.When  travelling to German-speaking countries, students  will be able to express themselves using information obtained about general culture.They will be able to use correct phonetics and pronunciation.They will talk about arts and cultures at a more advanced level.Student will be able to understand familiar topics, such as visual, auditory society, education, culture, art, geography, etc.Source: Zwischendurch mal Landeskunde: 2012, HueberVerlag, Ismaning, Deutschland.Papa, Charly hat gesagt, 1983, LangenscheidtsVerlag, Deutschland.
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GERMAN (ADVANCED)
COURSE CONTENT:Course aims to prepare participants to advanced level of ALTE Zertifikat Deutsch B1 (ZD) exam that is prescribed by EU Education Commission for individuals who have completed level B1.1 and B1.2. Also, the course aims the development of advanced communicative language abilities of four basic language skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening.COURSE OBJECTIVES:By the end of the course successful  participants will  reach the level required by the Education Commission of the European Union B1.3.Participants, when they travel to German speaking countries, will be able to understand and speak German.They  will be able to give  their opinions about familiar topics verbally or in writing. .They will be able to  speak about events and experiences, describe dreams, hopes and goals orally and in writing, and make brief comments and give views about plans and comments..Sources: PONS, Wörterbuch, Türkisch-Deutsch / Deutsch- Türkisch.
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BUSINESS GERMAN
COURSE CONTENT:Course participants will learn daily German  encountered in everyday life, important words, phrases and how to use them in business.Topics include  everyday life in the office, meetings, telephone conversations and written communications.COURSE OBJECTIVES:At the end of the course,   successful participants will reach  A2 level in Business German,  prescribed by EU Education Commission.Participant will be able  use German grammar in a professional context, and  colloquial vocabulary.They will  be able use language  in a productive way.They  will be able indicate their thoughts on likes and what they dislikes, orally and in writing.Source: Schritte International imBeruf / Hueber / Sandra Jotzo
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CHINESE (LOWER ELEMENTARY 1-1)
COURSE CONTENT:Teaching students Mandarin Chinese,Ensuring language scores  necessary for achieving Chinese basic-level speaking and listening skills,Strengthening various interactive activities allowing students to communicate using Chinese,Gaining the basic knowledge of Chinese culture and obtaining international perspectives and intercultural awareness.COURSE OBJECTIVE:(Listening) Students will be able to distinguish the differences between 4 intonation patterns in Chinese, and the beginning and endings of words in phonics.(Reading) Students will be able to pronounce 4 different intonation patterns and beginning and ending of this intonation, read short dialogues provided in materials and multi-media resources, recognize simple Chinese characters, and infer the meaning of the relevant origin.(Speaking) Students will be able to make everyday conversations about their families and themselves, and ask and tell  the  time using basic grammar and sentence structure.(Speaking) Students will be able to introduce themselves and describe their surroundings, given information about where they work and their professions.(Writing) Students will be able to rewrite correctly basic characters they have learned in the classroom, create simple phrases and sentence structure with Pinyin. At the same time, draw letters with the same order.
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FRENCH (A1-1)
COURSE CONTENT:Aim of the course is understand and use extremely simple word that target to meet the specific needs of the ordinary and everyday expressions. They can introduce yourself and another person, and ask questions to someone and answer the questions of the same kind.COURSE OBJECTIVES:Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:Introduce themselves,Give basic information about themselves and others,Ask questions about someone,Provide information about where it came from, where it went on,Provide information about the weekly program,Provide information about journeys with mentioning the transportation vehicles,Ask somebody the way, give directions,Shop in the market,Order at the restaurant,Talk about family,Demonstrate their homeSource: Festival 1 – CLE International / Sylvie POISSON-QUINTON, Michèle MAHÉO-LE COADIC, Anne VERGNE-SIRIEYS
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FRENCH (A1-2)
COURSE CONTENT:Aim of the course is to understand and use  simple words of the target language to meet  everyday requirements. After the course, the participants  will be able introduce themselves and others, and ask and answer simple questions. COURSE OBJECTIVES:Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:Talk about gift selection,Shop in stores,Write invitations,Discuss  plans for the future,Speak about the weather,Discuss daily activities,Write postcards,Discuss the  past,Write a CV, Discuss  holidays,Explain an eventSource: Festival 1 – CLE International / Sylvie POISSON-QUINTON, Michèle MAHÉO-LE COADIC, Anne VERGNE-SIRIEYSA placement test will be given at the beginning of all levels except elementary courses (A1-1).
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FRENCH (A2-1)
COURSE CONTENT:Aim of the course is to be able to understand simple sentences and frequently used expressions and to be able to participate in  simple  talk about everyday matters.COURSE OBJECTIVE:Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:Talk about training, courses and teachers,Discuss  holidays,Discuss   relationships,Give detailed information about the place of residence,Talk about interests,Talk about housework,Give recipes,Talk about fashion ,Talk about famous peoples’ lives,Talk about  outward appearance.Source: Festival 1 – CLE International / Sylvie POISSON-QUINTON, Michèle MAHÉO-LE COADIC, Anne VERGNE-SIRIEYSA placement test will be given at the beginning of all levels except elementary courses (A1-1).
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FRENCH (A2-2)
COURSE CONTENT:Aim of the course is to be able to understand simple sentences and frequently used expressions and participate in  simple  talk about everyday matters.COURSE OBJECTIVE:Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:Talk about housemates,Give information about their neighbors,Talk about  jobs,Discuss the difficulties  encountered during job interviews,Give information about a city,Talk about different types of game, ,Talk about tales and heroes,Make assumptions,Discuss family relations.Source: Festival 1 – CLE International / Sylvie POISSON-QUINTON, Michèle MAHÉO-LE COADIC, Anne VERGNE-SIRIEYSA placement test will be given at the beginning of all levels except elementary courses (A1-1).
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GENERAL MEDICAL ENGLISH COURSE
COURSE CONTENT:Effective speaking and listening skills in Medical English that enable participants  to communicate with doctors, patients, visitors and colleagues; medical terminology, reading and comprehension skills of medical texts, academic article writing skills.At the beginning of the course, placement test will be given and the educational content will be shaped according to the needs of the students enrolled.
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SPANISH (A1-1)
COURSE CONTENT:Provide learners the verbal and written language tools in  necessary to communicate in Spanish at beginner level,Strengthen learners' confidence and ability to communicate in a new language with a variety interactive activities,Introduce learners to Spanish culture,Create awareness  of global business activities through new cultural perspectives.COURSE OBJECTIVES:(SPEAKING) Learners will be able to  talk about things that they want to achieve, and their reasons. They  will be able to describe themselves, , family members and close friends in the simple words and sentences (Age, Occupation, Hobby etc.). They will be able to talk about climates, and general information about countries, cities etc.(CONVERSATION) Learners will be able to meet basic  needs in communicative situations such as shopping.(LISTENING) Learners will be able to understand words and phrases related to the introduction of their country and city, shopping, meeting  people, family, and occupation.(READING) Learners will be able to understand texts written in simple present tense in the the areas listed above.(WRITING) Learners will be able to fill forms related to personal information, and write short texts related to issues  mentioned above.
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SPANISH (A1-2)
COURSE CONTENT:Providing language tools that are necessary for A1.1 level studentsto communicate in Spanish A1.2 level, verbally and in writing, ,Strengthen learners' confidence and ability to communicate in a new language with a variety of interactive activities,Provide learners with information on Spanish culture,Create awareness in a field of global working area by entering into new culture.COURSE OBJECTIVES:(SPEAKING) Learners  will be able to talk about daily actions, place where they  live, and their skills in  simple language using Pretérito Perfecto (near past tense) and Pretérito Indefinido (past tense), in addition to the simple present tense already  learned.(CONVERSATION)Learners will be able to communicate on familiar topics and activities, and make short conversations (e.g.  perform a dialogue between waiter and customer in a  restaurant, and ask the time).(LISTENING) Learners will be able to understand a dialogue between the customer and the waiter in the restaurant; understand  dialogues  about various  everyday activities.(READING)Learners can read and understand written texts on the issues mentioned above.(WRITING) Learners can express themselves in writing  using Pretérito Perfecto (near past tense) and PretéritoIndefinido (past tense).A placement test will be given at the beginning of all levels except elementary courses (A1-1).
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BUSINESS ENGLISH - VERBAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS
COURSE CONTENT:In today's modern business world, English is the most useful  language especially for those dealing with foreign trade, the senior officials, frequent  business travelers, those who wish to take part in large organizations, and individuals  aware of the importance of knowing the language for their own personal development. Many international companies trying to enter the Turkish market are in a search for English-speaking staff. Here, people who have mastered English in such an environment,  will have an advantage  in the process of recruitment  by these companies. For this purpose, he basic aim of the business English course is to improve  reading and writing skills, as well as listening and speaking, to ensure the necessary skills  in this area.COURSE OBJECTIVE:This course requires fluency in English language and teaches how to communicate effectively in the business world. In course content, the focus will be on the language skills required for effective use of the English language in face to face situations, as well as phone, e-mail and business meetings, conferences or social events. The aim is to increase  learners’ effectiveness  when participating in conferences and company meetings, and increase confidence and develop the social skills necessary for communicating with clients and colleagues from different cultures.
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ITALIAN (A1-1)
COURSE CONTENT:• Provide learners with language tools necessary to communicate in Italian at beginner level in verbally and in writing.• Strengthen learners' confidence and ability to communicate in a new language with a variety of interactive activities.• Introduce learners to Italian culture.• Create an awareness  global  business through exposure to a  new culture.COURSE OBJECTIVES:(SPEAKING) Learners  will be able to make sentences describing how to evaluate leisure, profession, place that they  live, their own or others’  personal characteristics (appearance, character)  using  Simple Present Tense.(CONVERSATION) Learners will be able to ask questions about where they live, their occupation, hobbies and tell the time  using  Simple Present Tense.(LISTENING) Learners will be able to understand slow and understandable dialogue such as telling the time ; making a short phone call, making an arrangement, describing a place, using  Present Tense.(READING) Learners will be able to understand texts written in  simple present tense in the areas listed above.(WRITING) Learners will be able to write short notes and other short texts introducing themselves  or someone else, describe leisure activities, and the place that where he/she or someone else lives.Source: NUOVO PROGETTO 1 a
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ITALIAN (A1-2)
COURSE CONTENT:• Providing language tools  necessary for A1.1 level students to communicate in Italian at A1.2 level verbally and in writing.  • Strengthen Learners' confidence and ability to communicate in a new language  and strengthen interactive activities.• Introduce learners to  Italian culture.• Create an awareness  of global business introducing a new culture.COURSE OBJECTIVES:(SPEAKING): Learners will be able to make sentences describing the weather, the location of objects, a past event or future projects using  Indicative Mood Present and Future Tenses, and Simple Past Tense.(CONVERSATION): With the future tense and past tense, learners can communicate in daily life using simple sentences (asking people about an event that happened or will happen, ordering; creating dialogue that is needed at the station).(LISTENING): Learners can understand clear  and understandable dialogues such as announcements, and they will be able to make a short phone call, make an arrangement, describe  locations and  weather conditions using  Present and future tense and the past tense.(READING): Learners will be able to understand texts written in  simple present tense in the areas listed above.(WRITING): Learners  will be able to write short texts in the situations   above and similar (e-mail, event description or projects related to the future), using three Tenses.Source: NUOVO PROGETTO 1 aA placement test will be given at the beginning of all levels except elementary courses (A1-1).
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ITALIAN (A2-1)
COURSE CONTENT:Providing language tools that are necessary for A1.1 and A1.2 level students to communicate in  Italian at A2-1 level verbally and in writing.Strengthen Learners' confidence and ability to communicate in a new language, andstrengthen interactive abilities.Introduce learners to  Italian culture.Create awarenessof global business by introducing a  new culture.COURSE OBJECTIVE:(SPEAKING): Learners will be able to express themselves  in various  matters (introducing the family members, describing a movie, an event, a book or recipe) in plain language, using pronouns and two past tenses in addition to three other tenses.(CONVERSATION): Students  will be able to communicate with frequently used phrases on  everyday topics and activities mentioned above; hold  short conversations (exchanging views, ordering in a restaurant, creating the necessary dialogue while shopping).(LISTENING): Learners will be able to   understand simple dialogues that give information of  an event or similar subjects, such as the plot  of a movie or book, or explain a recipe.(READING): Learners  will be able to understand general information in short texts.(WRITING): Students will be able to write short texts using the Tenses learned.Source: NUOVO PROGETTO 1 bA placement test will be given at the beginning of all levels except elementary courses (A1-1).
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ITALIAN (A2-2)
COURSE CONTENT:Providing language tools that are necessary for A2-1 level students to communicate in  Italian at the level of A2-2 verbally and in writing.Strengthen Learners' confidence and ability to communicate in a new language and strengthen interactive abilities.Activate and develop theoretical language knowledgeIncreasing global awareness by introducing  a new language and a new cultureCOURSE OBJECTIVES:(SPEAKING): Learners can explain ideas and plans; describe their experiences in various topics(Clothing style, television programs, giving directions, giving  opinion on any subject, advise), using pronouns, reflexives, and two new moods in addition to the  newly learned indicative tense.(CONVERSATION): Learners  will be able to exchange ideas on topics mentioned above and hold  dialogues and short conversations.(LISTENING): Learners can understand the main points of standard speech or topics such as description, opinion, advice.(READING): Students will be able to understand  text  containing the most frequently used words in everyday language related to the topics mentioned above.(WRITING): Learners will be able to write texts that describe expressions and impressions reflecting personal preferences on matters within the area of interest.Source:NUOVO PROGETTO 1bA placement test will be given at the beginning of all levels except elementary courses (A1-1).
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RUSSIAN
COURSE CONTENT:• Provide learners language tools necessary to communicate verbally and  in writing in Russian at beginner level.• Strengthen Learners' confidence and ability to communicate in a new language and strengthen interactive abilities..• Increase  learners’ understanding of   Russian culture• Create awareness of global business  by introducing new cultureCOURSE OBJECTIVE:(MONOLOG): Successful students will be able to introduce their family members and close friends in the simple words and sentences (Name, occupation, place of residence and countries).Successful students will be able to describe their living place in  short phrases and sentences.(DIALOGUE): Successful students will be able to communicate on specific topics such as phone calls, place of the goods, introduction of a room, family, occupation, orders a coffee shop, shopping.(LISTENING):  Successful students will be able to understand words and phrases related to the definition of the profession, introduction, identification, family.(READING): Successful students will be able to understand phrases such as asking about wages, ordering from a menu.(WRITING): Successful students will be able to write a short text about  where their family lives,  and fill out personal information on forms.Source: Дорога в Россию 1, В.Е.Антонова, М.М.Нахабина, М.В.Сафронова, А.А.Толстых
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TRAVEL AGENCIES BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE
COURSE CONTENT:This  is a language course for travel and tourism agencies. It consists of a  mainly conversational skills program that is according to the level of language skills level of candidates determined by a placement test. The course material and details will be communicated to candidates before the start of the course.Phone conversationsAsking questionsSpecific vocabularyClosing  dealsHotel reservationsCar rentalHandling complaintsAirplane reservationsCultureSpecific PhrasesSmall talkCOURSE OBJECTIVES:This program  focuses  particularly on conversational understanding and listening skills. In addition, at the end of the course, learners will have a level of  oral communication skills in their field and also they will also work on  other language skills. An important objective of the course is to develop  vocabulary for participants of Tourism and Travel Agents.
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BASIC ENGLISH COURSE
COURSE CONTENT:Accessing information, communicating with people from different cultures and countries and   career development are today’s foremost reasons for learning English. Moreover, English is used in over 75 countries around the world and is spoken as a first language by about 375 million people. This language is used by more than 2 billion people, either as mother tongue or in official language status.. It is the second language in many European, Asian and South American countries. More than 25 percent of the world's population speak English. With these facts in mind,  the purpose of this course is helping you to get the level of basic skills in English that provide a great advantage in many areas, ranging from education, trade, and art to the world of science.COURSE OBJECTIVES:In line with the objectives mentioned above, the course will be conducted in the following programs. Details will be communicated with the candidates before the start of the course. Course is intended to be given 15 hours per week on demand from participants. Course time can be arranged in the hours and days according to participants and trainers.
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INTERNATIONAL LAW ENGLISH
COURSE CONTENT:International Law English Beginning Course is addressed to trainees who need to use legal English actively for academic reasons or work, and has at least a "medium" level (Intermediate) English. After developing reading, writing, listening and speaking skillswith legal content texts, learners will have the opportunity to prepare for the International Legal English exam as ILEC (International Legal English Certificate) and TOLES (Test of Legal Skills). At the end of the course, the main aim is to increase participants’ law vocabulary, critical thinking skills, writing skills on law matters, oral interview and presentation skills.COURSE OBJECTIVE:The course includes the following goals:Definition and taking notes on law subjects, finding the  main ideas and details,Identifying the details and purpose, main ideas and subject of the written legal texts,Express ideas clearly and be able to  ask questions  in legal discussions,Advise on issues related to the availability of exchange of information on legal matters,Express  ideas by making appropriate comments on legal content, discussions and arguments,Making a clear and well-structured presentation, highlighting  the important points in a matter of legal content, and giving appropriate answers to all questions about the presentation content,Expressing opinions in writing, declaring the reasons for  supporting or opposing positions on legal issues,,Explaining the advantages and disadvantages of various possible solutions about a  legal  problem,Enter into  correspondence for giving or obtaining information  on legal issues.
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TURKISH COURSE FOR FOREIGNERS (A1)
COURSE CONTENT:Introduction to Turkish program, provide information about Turkey and Turkish people (video),Practicing conversation  and  greeting patternsLearning question words and making conversation,Asking about/describing  actions in dialogue,Describing/Asking about hobbies, habits, and  actions,Describing/Asking about family and relatives and giving directions,Understanding  time, days, months, and giving information about personal background and asking questions about others’ background using past tense,Explaining needs and wants in shopping, and ordering food,,Creating application texts for public/private enterprises,Understanding the information of invoices, identity cards, bank statements and making requests and complaints,Self- expression in  short sentences, and understanding others.COURSE OBJECTIVES:Aim of the course is understanding and using simple words to meet practical needs with daily language. Learners will be able to express themselves and others, and ask questions. If the person that he/she talks to is clear and understandable, learner will be able to  communicate with simple sentences.
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TURKISH COURSE FOR FOREIGNERS (A2)
COURSE CONTENT:Introduction to Turkish program, provide information about Turkey and Turkish people (video),Explaining/Asking about  future plans,Compare  situations, events, or objects,Explaining what they learned  to the third person using past tense,Understanding  announcements,Giving information about  habits and actions,Using the permission, request, imperative patterns using simple present tense,Provide information about ability, competence on  various subjects,Provide information or ask questions about past habits and activities,Provide information or ask questions about television programs and newspaper articles,Provide information or ask questions about nutritional preferences and habits, sporting events,Provide information on travel and holidaypreferences and activities,Use  the conjunction of  “Because”, “Therefore” and “Hence”,Fill out a simple questionnaire asking for user feedback and evaluation forms.COURSE OBJECTIVES:Learners will be able to understand simple terms, questions and information about basic personal needs. They will be able to  write texts about daily life with simple phrases and sentences, understand simple words and phrases that are related with daily life. They  will be able to request information about  public transport, and buy tickets. When visually supported, they will be able to understand the main topic of the news and movies on TV. They will be able to  understand simple directions, ask someone for directions, and understand  directions using a map. They will be able to describe past events such as weekend and holiday activities. They can order food or drinks. They can connect simple sentences with words using “and”, “but”, “because”.
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TURKISH COURSE FOR FOREIGNERS (B1)
COURSE CONTENT:Provide information/ask questions about professions, professional terms,Use words relating to Sports and sporting events,Use  words that convey   regrets, wishes, dreams, hopes,Provide information on preferences related to clothing,Express thoughts about school life and education,Explain thoughts about  art,Create correct sentences using the causative voice,Using passive voice and common  words to describescience and inventions,Use vocabulary  about animal nature and wildlife,Join conversations  using terms and phrases related to cinema and theatre,Use  words related to national and religious holidays, celebrations,Use  words associated with personality and personal characteristic,Show contrasting  relationships within sentences  using the appropriate conjunctions.COURSE OBJECTIVES:Learners will be able to  understand a simple text related to student interests or can predict unknown words in a familiar text. They  will be able to follow  daily conversation and ask  for repetition of particular words and phrases.  They  will be able to write a short text containing the personal views and perspectives on issues that are familiar. They can understand the main idea of clearly spoken radio and television broadcasts  related with the current affairs or their interests. They will be able to  briefly express their thoughts, plans or events. Learners will be able to  interpret the ideas and opinions of others; express and respond to feelings such as surprise, happiness, and sadness. They will be able to  talk about dreams and goals. They will be able to  follow a conversation or a short story, and interpret these.. They  will be able to understand simple technical information  in  user manuals. They  will be able to  write a resume and tell a story.
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TURKISH COURSE FOR FOREIGNERS (B2)
COURSE CONTENT:Understand and interpret a variety of texts taken from the world of literature, and learning to use compound tense,discuss  youth issues using complex  sentencesUnderstand and discuss various phobias and the related texts using complex  sentencesUnderstand and answer questions about world cuisines,discuss  the importance of money, and reading text about money and answering questions, making comments using connectors,read and discuss texts related to communication and language, and use conjunctions correctly,Discuss  comedy films  using adverbsread and understand Music related texts, answer questions and discuss exercises related to passive,read texts on a variety of architectural structures in the world and answer questions about these issues  using appropriate formsdiscuss television programs and explaining the importance of television in our lives in an essay,read and discuss several articles about the human brain, answer questions on a variety of texts  on space travel, and exercises on the use of particles and nominalizations,COURSE OBJECTIVE:Learners will be able to understand the details of conversation  in standard language even  in a noisy environment. They using complex  sentences read various types of texts without difficulty. . They will be able to understand the information, thoughts and feelings related to academic and expert texts within their areas of interest. They will be able to understand the majority of plays and films, interviews, TV documentaries,  in the standard language. They can express different emotions in  personal letters or e-mail s, explain important aspects of an event in the day. They will be able to use different listening techniques such as checking understanding of  the main idea using the clues in the text. They  will be able to report a short review of a film or a book. They will be able to  follow the conversations in environments where the target language is spoken as a mother tongue. They  will be able to easily understand and comment on contemporary literary texts. They  will be able to understand slang and idioms in film, radio and television broadcasts. They will be able to realize social, political or historical contexts of  literary works.
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