If you need help with #Finnish or in #Finland, I can answer questions about language and provide short translations related to your life as a migrant for free.

You can ask in any A/B/C level language mentioned in my profile, although I may answer in English.

Note: I'm not licensed to do official translations.

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@Stoori On similar terms I am happy to answer questions about as used in Turkey, or about Turkey in general. You can contact me in any of Turkish, Italian, or English.

mini FAQ

  • What languages are spoken in Turkey? Mainly Turkish and Kurdish, other languages include Arabic, Armenian, Greek, and Laz.

  • Where can I learn Turkish? If there is a "TÖMER" tied to a university in your city, they are pretty good. And because they are public institutions, they are cheaper. Plus, being in a university environment, you get to easily socialise with native speakers.

  • Can I get by with English? In major cities, yes. In rural areas, no. In between, it's a spectrum but chances are low.

  • What are the two phone numbers one must know? 112 for all emergencies, 153 for your provincial municipality's call centre.

  • How can I say "I don't speak Turkish."? Say: "turk-CHE beel-mee-yoh-ROOM". Write: "Türkçe bilmiyorum."

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