The Turkish language contains some special characters with special sounds, and some standard english characters have different sounds in Turkish:

ç pronounced ch as in chop

ğ has no sound, it lengthens the preceding vowel

ı (no dot above) pronounced uh like the second e in speaker

i (with dot above) pronounced ee as in litre

ö pronounced ur like the i in dirt

ş pronounced sh as in should

u pronounced oo as in blue (not but)

ü pronounced ew as in clue

c pronounced dj but just sounds like j as in jump

j pronounced zh like the s in pleasure

 

English (Ingilizce) Turkish (Türkçe)
Zero sıfır
One bir
Two iki
Three üç
Four dört
Five beş
Six altı
Seven yedi
Eight sekiz
Nine dokuz
Ten on
Eleven on bir
Twenty yirmi
Twenty One yirmi bir
Thirty otuz
Forty kırk
Fifty elli
Sixty altmış
Seventy yetmış
Eighty seksen
Ninety doksan
One Hundred yüz
One Thousand bin

 

English (Ingilizce) Turkish (Türkçe)
Hello Merhaba
Good Morning günaydin
Good Day iyi günler
Good Night iyi geceler
Welcome hosgeldiniz
Please lütfen
Yes evet
No hayir
Thank you tesekkür ederim
The bill please hesap lütfen
Sea deniz
Beach plaj
Bus otobüs or dolmus
Harbour liman
Hospital hastane
Doctor doktor
Chemist eczane
Police polis
Goodbye if leaving - hosçakal / if staying - güle güle