Peace Corps - Turkmen Language Lessons
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AudiosTurkmen- Lesson 1-2
Turkmen- Lesson 12
Turkmen- Lesson 3-5
Turkmen- Lesson 6-8
Turkmen- Lesson 9-11
The Turkmen course is designed to teach you the basic survival level you would need as a Peace Corps volunteer serving in Turkmenistan. This covers the following subjects:
Lesson 1: The Turkmen Alphabet
Lesson 2: Greetings
Lesson 3: Numbers
Lesson 4: Introductions
Lesson 5: Let's Talk
Lesson 6: Family
Lesson 7: Food
Lesson 8: Let's Talk 2
Lesson 9: Shopping
Lesson 10: Colors
Lesson 11: Apartment
Lesson 12: Lesson 1: Peace Corps
Lesson 13: General questions
Lesson 14: Useful words and expressions
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Turkmen: 1993-2013; Currently Inactive
Turkmen: Currently Inactive
Turkmen a Turkic language, is the national language of Turkmenistan. It is spoken by 4 million people in Turkmenistan, and by an additional 700,000 in northwestern Afghanistan and 1,400,000 in northeastern Iran. Turkmen is in the Turkic Language Family. It is a member of the southwestern Turkic sub-branch, more specifically the East Oghuz group. This group also includes Khorasani Turkic. Turkmen is closely related to Turkish and Azerbaijani, with which it is for the most part mutually intelligible.
Turkmen is spoken in: Turkmenistan
Turkmen is also called: Torkomani, Trukhmen, Trukhmeny, Turkmani, Turkmanian, Turkmencha, Turkmeni, Turkmenler, Turkomans