General Turkish

Turkish courses for foreigners at TURKCESTAN Turkish Teaching Center have 6 levels: 2 Basic Levels (A1, A2); 2 Intermediate Levels (B1, B2) and Advanced Level (C1,C2).

The capacity to deal with material which is academic or cognitively demanding, and to use language to good effect at a level of performance which may in certain respects be more advanced than that of an average native speaker.

Example: CAN scan texts for relevant information, and grasp main topic of text, reading almost as quickly as a native speaker.

Effective Operational Proficiency
The ability to communicate with the emphasis on how well it is done, in terms of appropriacy, sensitivity and the capacity to deal with unfamiliar topics.

Example: CAN deal with hostile questioning confidently. CAN get and hold onto his/her turn to speak.
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The capacity to achieve most goals and express oneself on a range of topics.
Example: CAN show visitors around and give a detailed description of a place.
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The ability to express oneself in a limited way in familiar situations and to deal in a general way with nonroutine information.
Example: CAN ask to open an account at a bank, provided that the procedure is straightforward.
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An ability to deal with simple, straightforward information and begin to express oneself in familiar contexts.

Example: CAN take part in a routine conversation on simple predictable topics.
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A basic ability to communicate and exchange information in a simple way.

Example: CAN ask simple questions about a menu and understand simple answers.
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Students who learn Turkish as a foreign language are assesed to see their progress in four main language skills (listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills) and sub-skills (grammar and vocabulary). Successful students are awarded with TOMER certificate.
If one student fails proficiency test because of his / her poor grade in merely one certain-skill (for instance reading) he may sit for a re-take test. If he fails more than one skill-tests he is supposed to repeat the whole course.In our classes, we use the coursebook called TOMER Books, CDs and other supplementary materials designed by other experts on the field.Turkish universities require those students, who would like to do undergraduate and post-graduate degrees, to get the C-1 certificate.


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
6 Weeks 8 Weeks 8 Weeks
120 Hours 160 Hours 160 Hours


* Daily 4 Hours – Weekly 20 Hours – Lesson Hour 50 min

  • VIP Classes: 5 People
  • Group Classes: 15 People


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General Turkish

Group Size

  • VIP Classes: 5 People
  • Group Classes: 15 People

Course Duration

Daily: 4 Hours – Weekly: 20 Hours

  • A1, A2 : 120 Hours – 6 Weeks
  • B1, B2 : 160 Hours – 8 Weeks
  • C1, C2 : 160 Hours – 8 Weeks

Course Starting Date

First Monday of the month

Course Level

Basic – Intermediate – Advanced

Course Session

Morning, Afternoon

Course Days

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday