These are the sentences you can directly say.

Oku
Read

Sev
Love

Bak
Look

Gel
Come

Git
Go

Al
Get

Sat
Sell

Yat
Lie

Uyu
Sleep

Ç, ç

And now you should learn a new letter: Ç (ch)


Open

Seç
Select

Çek
Pull

Kaç
Run away



İ, i

And a new letter: İ, i Actually it's just "capital i" and the pronunciation is same with "i" in English.

İt
Push

İç
Drink

İn
Go down

İste
Ask


I, ı

If we write "Bundle" in Turkish, you'll understand how it sounds: "Bandıl"

Kır
Break

Ş, ş

It sounds like "sh"

Koş
Run

Ü, ü

Sounds like "u" in the word "superb" in English.

Gül
Laugh

Üzül
Be sad

Ö, ö

You should be heard "Danke schön" in German. This "ö" is the same.

Öl
Die

Söyle
Say

Ğ, ğ

Last sound when French people say Bonjour is Ğ. So if we write this word in Turkish it becomes "Bonjuuğ". If you know how to pronounce "Fahrenheit" in German, it's the "r" in this word. So we would write this word as "Fağınhayt". And you'll see the one and only exception in the letters of Turkish now. When you use it with the vowels "e,i,ö,ü" it sounds like an unstressed Y.

Ağla
Cry

Eğlen
Have fun

Just memorize the letters. We'll learn these words by using Quizlet. It's an app for learning. Now click here and learn the words. So memorizing verbs with sentences will be more useful. Next lesson we'll learn how to make a sentence using past simple. Lesson 2: Let’s Make A Sentence Using Past Simple