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Lesson 106: Common phrases

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natural; naturally, of course, certainly, sure
tabii
pity, shame
noun
yazık
What a pity; What a shame.
phrase
Çok yazık.
You're welcome. [Lit.]It is nothing. After someone says thanks
sentence
Bir şey değil.
god
noun
tanrı
GodISLAMIC GOD
noun
Allah
Goodness gracious!
interjection
Allah allah!
chance; luck; fortune
noun
şans
good luck
phrase
iyi şanslar
congratulation
noun
tebrik
to congratulate
VERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - accusative
tebrik etmek
congratulations [Lit.] I congratulate.
phrase
tebrik ederim
congratulations
phrase
tebrikler
request
noun
rica
you're welcome; don't mention it. [Lit.] I request
phrase
rica ederim
Welcome. [Lit.] You came pleasantly.
phrase
Hoş geldin.
Welcome. [Lit.] You came pleasantly.
phrase
Hoş geldiniz.
Welcome
- Thank you. [Lit.] We found you pleasant.</br>.
phrase
Hoş geldin(iz)
- Hoş bulduk
to see each other, to meet
VERB - intransitive, reciprocal
görüşmek
about to, on the point of
postposition
üzere
see you soon
phrase
görüşmek üzere
so so
phrase
eh işte
so, like that
adjectiveadverb
şöyle
so, such, as such, like that
adverb
öyle
so so
phrase
şöyle böyle
problem
noun
problem
healthARCHAIC
noun
hhat
Good health to you.Said to someone who has just had a bath, haircut or shave
sentencephrase
Sıhhatler olsun.
sadly, unfortunately
phrase
Ne yazık ki
Bless you.[Lit.] Live long.Said after someone sneezes
phrase
Çok yaşa.
together
adverb
beraber
All together.Response to: Çok yaşa.
phrase
Hep beraber.
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