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    (Original post by stuffsgrooveyman)
    I might start from the beginning, see if I like it or not.

    And wow yeah that does look brill. I'm more into places places though tbh- if that makes sense. I like the idea of a busy, vibrant marketplace instead, or a site of ancient ruins or some live music/open mic night in a nice wee jazz cafe.
    So am I to an extent, beaches are great but i do like to see historic ruins, shops etc
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    (Original post by lNurl)
    Welcome
    Give us more info about itself what you study, where u study?
    Okay well, failed two years in a row :/ now study a btec course in medical science and trying to study for chem, bio and turkish as levels. I study in central london! annnnd I'm from Izmir!
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    Okay well, failed two years in a row :/ now study a btec course in medical science and trying to study for chem, bio and turkish as levels. I study in central london! annnnd I'm from Izmir!
    I'm sure you will do good
    Are you UK born or turkey born?
    A level turkish is piece of cake don't worry about that
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    (Original post by lNurl)
    I'm sure you will do good
    Are you UK born or turkey born?
    A level turkish is piece of cake don't worry about that

    I was born here, Im doing both as and a2.. Im a little scared as I havent practiced but ive been told that I have really good turkish and I teach turkish so hope I should be fine.. what grade did you get and what did you find the hardest?
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    (Original post by JohnsHatun)
    I was born here, Im doing both as and a2.. Im a little scared as I havent practiced but ive been told that I have really good turkish and I teach turkish so hope I should be fine.. what grade did you get and what did you find the hardest?
    I am Azerbaijani, so it wasn't very easy for me either but I managed to get A* (98%).

    Hmmm hardest bit for me was translation, cos I literally did not know some words in english! I knew them in turkish.
    It was 4 years ago I don't remember a lot apart from A*, cos its on my CV, proud!
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    (Original post by JohnsHatun)
    Okay well, failed two years in a row :/ now study a btec course in medical science and trying to study for chem, bio and turkish as levels. I study in central london! annnnd I'm from Izmir!
    i do bio and chem too (as hoping to go onto a2)
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    (Original post by rosewater1)
    So am I to an extent, beaches are great but i do like to see historic ruins, shops etc
    Agree; a bit of both is the best ahaha!
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    (Original post by lNurl)
    I am Azerbaijani, so it wasn't very easy for me either but I managed to get A* (98%).

    Hmmm hardest bit for me was translation, cos I literally did not know some words in english! I knew them in turkish.
    It was 4 years ago I don't remember a lot apart from A*, cos its on my CV, proud!
    Well just paid for exams today and i decided to only take AS because I wikl have 6 exams and a btec to be dealing with. Anything over 95% is an A so im aiming for an A* overall. Thanks for the motivation!!


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    (Original post by rosewater1)
    i do bio and chem too (as hoping to go onto a2)
    Yeah its hard but I'm revising now and hope fully we will do well. How many hours a week do you revise for each one and what are your exam boards? I paid £295 to retake at an another college.. Didn't know whether to be excited or cry lol


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    Is there signs of life in this thread? O_o
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    does anybody else hear things like "youre the first from our family to go university" or similar. my family came to this country and im the 3rd generation now. so its a started from the bottom now we here kinda thing.
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    does anybody else hear things like "youre the first from our family to go university" or similar. my family came to this country and im the 3rd generation now. so its a started from the bottom now we here kinda thing.
    Started from the bottom now we here.
    Started from the bottom now the whole family is here :groovy:


    (Original post by lNurl)
    Is there signs of life in this thread? O_o
    LIFE!
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    (Original post by cem101)
    does anybody else hear things like "youre the first from our family to go university" or similar. my family came to this country and im the 3rd generation now. so its a started from the bottom now we here kinda thing.
    All four of my grandparents and both parents went to uni if I didn't it would been kinda shame on me!) Nevertheless I wanted to go to uni too, and I enjoy it.
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    (Original post by stuffsgrooveyman)




    LIFE!
    Hurrey
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    (Original post by lNurl)
    Hurrey
    LMAO! My dear Turkish sister; I will freedom fight for this thread.
    dgfjhknmbhgyhgih
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    (Original post by stuffsgrooveyman)
    LMAO! My dear Turkish sister; I will freedom fight for this thread.
    dgfjhknmbhgyhgih
    Sad bit is, I'm not even turkish
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    (Original post by lNurl)
    Sad bit is, I'm not even turkish
    LMAO WHAT?! I thought I was the only fake :/
    Who IS Turkish then?
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    (Original post by stuffsgrooveyman)
    LMAO WHAT?! I thought I was the only fake :/
    Who IS Turkish then?
    At least I can speak fluent turkish *best pperson for undercover*

    Ramo is turkish, defo. But he forgot about TSR
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    (Original post by lNurl)
    At least I can speak fluent turkish *best pperson for undercover*

    Ramo is turkish, defo. But he forgot about TSR
    MARHABA!
    Wait, what?! You speak fluent turkish yet you're not turkish?!?
    SOOO confused right now:confused:

    AND LMAO OH YEAH; Ramo! He'll come back though; I know it.

    How did you learn to speak turkish then :/?
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    (Original post by stuffsgrooveyman)
    MARHABA!
    Wait, what?! You speak fluent turkish yet you're not turkish?!?
    SOOO confused right now:confused:

    AND LMAO OH YEAH; Ramo! He'll come back though; I know it.

    How did you learn to speak turkish then :/?
    Its a big secret
    Basically i'm Azerbaijani, languages are kinda similar, I learnt it from TV
    No turkish bf to teach me in person
 
 
 
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