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    (Original post by Akkuz)
    I love central London. Living in Essex, will mean, I'm further away from central. Plus I don't like the posh Essex culture. Doesn't suit me at all! Plus, all the girls look like they've slept in a pool of orange paint. :mmm:
    none of my friends are orange lol
    and whats posh essex culture!? lol
    but fair enough
    if you like living in the city you like living in the city
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    none of my friends are orange lol
    and whats posh essex culture!? lol
    but fair enough
    if you like living in the city you like living in the city
    The posh areas in Essex. Too rah, for me :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Akkuz)
    The posh areas in Essex. Too rah, for me :rolleyes:
    fair dooses
    there is middle ground
    but tbf not a lot
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    fair dooses
    there is middle ground
    but tbf not a lot
    Haha, I know
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    Hey everyone

    I'm middle eastern but i have Turkish roots ,i love Turkish culture clothes and music ,would love to learn Turkish its sounds amazing but too hard to learn .

    Can i join the society :P
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    (Original post by Whatever9999)
    Hey everyone

    I'm middle eastern but i have Turkish roots ,i love Turkish culture clothes and music ,would love to learn Turkish its sounds amazing but too hard to learn .

    Can i join the society :P
    where exactly in middle east you from?
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    (Original post by Whatever9999)
    Hey everyone

    I'm middle eastern but i have Turkish roots ,i love Turkish culture clothes and music ,would love to learn Turkish its sounds amazing but too hard to learn .

    Can i join the society :P
    hello
    it's not too hard to learn
    the language is relatively new
    meaning there a few exceptions to the rules
    the grammar is structured and clear
    biggest problem is the vocabulary which happens to be (in my opinion) the easiest bit of learning a language
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    hello my Turkish buddies
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    (Original post by imasupercoolgeek)
    hello my Turkish buddies
    hello
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    hello
    how are you? are you fluent in Turkish by the way, I mean, if this a Turkish society, why not speak Turkish?
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    (Original post by imasupercoolgeek)
    how are you? are you fluent in Turkish by the way, I mean, if this a Turkish society, why not speak Turkish?
    iyim tesekur ederim

    no
    i was raised monolingual unfortunately
    i wish i was fluent
    or at least competent enough to hold a conversation
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    iyim tesekur ederim

    no
    i was raised monolingual unfortunately
    i wish i was fluent
    or at least competent enough to hold a conversation
    bisey degil

    ha, its ok I can speak fluent Turkish but I feel like because I'm in England, my Turkish is faaaaaaaading away and I feel like I would forget it soon :/

    where are you from?
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    (Original post by imasupercoolgeek)
    bisey degil

    ha, its ok I can speak fluent Turkish but I feel like because I'm in England, my Turkish is faaaaaaaading away and I feel like I would forget it soon :/

    where are you from?
    how old are you?
    the older you are the longer it'll take to fade away but the harder it'll be to pick back up...
    in england im from essex
    but my turkish family is from istanbul... although theyve all moved to truva which is disappointing lol

    you?
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    how old are you?
    the older you are the longer it'll take to fade away but the harder it'll be to pick back up...
    in england im from essex
    but my turkish family is from istanbul... although theyve all moved to truva which is disappointing lol

    you?
    i'm 17 (18 soon though whoooooo ) .. i guess i know ENOUGH to keep me going for the rest of my life, but i doubt if i have kids they would know much turkish as I will speak english most of the time! I am doing turkish at A2 right now so i need to do well for that!
    Essex.. is that in London? I'm from Northampton.
    And that's where I was born! I lived there for 6 years before moving to england, it was pretty cool there actually, the community is very nice
    so do you have a turkish name or english name?
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    (Original post by imasupercoolgeek)
    i'm 17 (18 soon though whoooooo ) .. i guess i know ENOUGH to keep me going for the rest of my life, but i doubt if i have kids they would know much turkish as I will speak english most of the time! I am doing turkish at A2 right now so i need to do well for that!
    Essex.. is that in London? I'm from Northampton.
    And that's where I was born! I lived there for 6 years before moving to england, it was pretty cool there actually, the community is very nice
    so do you have a turkish name or english name?
    why wouldnt you raise your children billingual?
    ahaha you're joking right? :P essex is a county...next to london
    its lovely! im gutted i have no family left there!
    my name is yasemin so turkish
    you?
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    why wouldnt you raise your children billingual?
    I certainly would :yep:

    ...If I ever did.

    ...And I'm only 19 so I'd rather not think about it. :afraid:
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    (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
    I certainly would :yep:

    ...If I ever did.

    ...And I'm only 19 so I'd rather not think about it. :afraid:
    ahah i would if i could

    although i agree with your last statement
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      (Original post by Akkuz)
      Yep. I watched a programme once when they talked about the turkish mafia on green lane, and all their hide-outs were in kebab shops :jester:
      I think I've just found that programme (and watched it too. It was quite interesting): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E55_deq6ZxU
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        (Original post by ibs137)
        Ah, that video. Someone posted the exact same one earlier in the thread.
       
       
       
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