src="http://www.gadling.com/media/2006/04/turkey-flag.gif" />Earlier today I gave a brief mention to
href="http://www.gadling.com/2006/04/21/rough-guides-travel-phrasebooks/">Rough Guides phrasebooks which I just
stumbled upon and still strikes me as odd when I’ve been to their site so many times in the past. Were my eyes not
open? Did I not care? In any event I decided to bring them up again for this evening’s travel word session. If you took
note I said the publishers offer a tasty piece of language audio to feast your ears upon in their online catalog. FREE
language learning audio is like finding treasure folks, so when you discover a resource to learn even one or two words
for FREE you must and I do mean must jump on the opportunity to enhance your multi-lingual dictionaries.
/>Today’s word is a Turkish phrase used in href="http://www.tourismturkey.org/">Turkey:
iyi yolculuklar – have a good
Prepare ahead of time by visiting this Turkish
Class site. Membership is free and you’ll get a lot more than some of the basics they already have listed. href="http://www.onlineturkish.com/">Online Turkish is good too, but you’ll have to register and pay to get
anything more than hello, how are you and I love you. Stick to the first site and check out this Turkish href="http://www.turkishclass.com/basic_bodyParts.htm">vocabulary list of body parts. Wiki has an excellent
starters piece on background, history and a short list of words. Scope out phrasebooks from href="http://roughguides.com/store/details.html?ProductID=131">Rough Guides, href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0864424361/202-7980346-5842232">Lonely Planet or grab both.
Past Turkish words: href="http://www.gadling.com/2006/01/22/word-for-the-travel-wise-01-22-06/">merhaba