The mobile application is great but the desktop version needs some work. It has a delayed response when going to the next parts of you course.
Best app I have tried to learn Turkish by far. I tried lots of other apps before finding this. It is also great for older kids my 8 year old loves it too and has learned quite a few words already
5 I am not very good with new ideas but I am finding this easy to follow. I like the way that you repeat the lesson until it has really been understood.
Probably ok if you pay but the free version only lasted 3 mins.
Not a bad app to learn Turkish but many photos are not related to Turkish culture as i see
Easy to use and can be used anywhere
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