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Kelime listeleri

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dakanga
Australia

Kelime listeleri

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Image Türkçe For Turkish speakers (tr) Image Image

Dil 🌲 kurs
Kelimeler-Üniteler-Beceriler
Image İngilizce English (en) 1952-5-55 Image
Image Almanca German (de) 2123-5-72
Image Rusça Russian (ru) 1581-5-53

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Danika_Dakika
United States of America

Re: kelime listesi

Post by Danika_Dakika »

daKanga-- A few suggestions here, if I may? (And then feel free to delete)

"kelime listesi" -- the plural (word lists) would be:
Kelime listeleri

The names of the languages:
Türkçe
İngilizce
Almanca
Rusça

In the table headers:
(Language) Dil
(Words) Kelimeler
(Units) Üniteler
(Skills) Beceriler


This may be too "in the weeds"... but I am reading the header as "Tree. Words." etc. and suggesting accordingly. If the actual header is meant to be more like "Tree words" or "Tree's words" or "Words in the tree" -- I would suggest something slightly different for each of those. Totally up to your preference for how the words flow, because any of them sound fine!

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dakanga
Australia

Re: Kelime listeleri

Post by dakanga »

Especially for now, I am leaving your wise and appropriate corrections - for me to be able to ponder over more. And see if it has repercussions in other posts I may be porting.

Thank you for these appreciated corrections !

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dakanga
Australia

Re: Kelime listeleri

Post by dakanga »

Is : "kurs" a good word to use for "course"

as in the Duolingo course.
Duolingo often refers to a course as a tree.

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Danika_Dakika
United States of America

Re: Kelime listeleri

Post by Danika_Dakika »

Yes, "kurs" is good for "course" -- we use that most of the time in the Turkish-speaking forums.

It seems like "tree" is slightly more jargon-y these days -- since it dates back when the graphics of the course were very different and it looked more tree-like, right? I've run into a few users that were confused by it, so I am less likely to use "ağaç" in Turkish.

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dakanga
Australia

Re: Kelime listeleri

Post by dakanga »

And it looks like sometime later this year they will be changing the look of the courses to being a path.

viewtopic.php?p=14232-big-changes-comin ... ath#p14232

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