The Little Prince in Turkish Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Note: these books are special orders, so they will take longer to ship than other products.
Equally loved by children and adults alike, The Little Prince is one of the most translated books on the planet - which is fortunate, as we are able to offer here editions in many languages for your (or your child's) enjoyment! With wonderful and whimsical illustrations by the author, this delightful tale straddles a world between adulthood and childhood, philosophy and fantasy, satire and fable, and reminds one not of great children's authors of the past, but of more unclassifiable writers like Carroll, Milne, and Tolkien, who seem to be writing as much for older as younger readers, and whose writings can be enjoyed on many levels. Written in 1943 by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, who disappeared shortly after in WWII during a flying mission for the Allies in Northern Africa, it became an instant cult classic and has remained so ever since. Enjoy The Little Prince in the language of your choice, and check regularly, as we will be adding new versions as they become available.
Turkish Newspaper Reader John D. Murphy, Metin Somay
This Reader provides the intermediate student of Turkish with an abundance of newspaper selections together with lexical and grammatical materials to aid comprehension. With three 60 min. audio cassette recordings of the articles read by a native speaker. 1988, 328 pages, hardbound.
Book and 3 cassettes $134
Turkish (Descriptive Grammars) Jaklin Kornfilt
Turkish is spoken by about fifty million people in Turkey and is the co-official language of Cyprus. Whilst Turkish has a number of properties that are similar to those of other Turkic languages, it has distinct and interesting characteristics which are given full coverage in this book. Jaklin Kornfilt provides a wealth of examples drawn from different levels of vocabulary: contemporary and old, official and colloquial. They are accompanied by a detailed grammatical analysis and English translation. 1997, hardcover, 575pp.
"As a reference work on Turkish on linguists, Turkish has no equal. It is more comprehensive, more up to date, and more effectively organized than any other description of the language. The method of organization, as well as the detailed Table of Contents and the Index, make a wealth of information available almost instantaneously. It is, simply put, an admirable reference work on Turkish for linguistics." - Steve Seegmiller, Montclair State University
Reference Grammar of Modern Turkish Lloyd Swift
A Reference Grammar is neither a text book nor a dictionary. Examples are given in this work but there are no student exercises. Glosses are provided for words, phrases and longer utterances but these are such as seem appropriate in context and are not intended to guide the student to the full range of word-meaning - for which a good dictionary should be consulted. Examples selected are such as are likely to be easily understood by the intermediate student, there being no point in employing abstruse Turkish vocabulary to illustrate basic grammatical structures. 1997 hardcover. 278pp.
Turkish Grammar (Second Edition) Geoffrey Lewis
Since its appearance in 1967, Professor Lewis's 'Turkish Grammar' has been the standard work on the language throughout the English-speaking world. This revised and fully updated new edition further reflects the results of the language reform movement which, though not so drastic in its effect on the spoken language, has made anything written before the early 1930's, and a lot since, increasingly obscure to subsequent generations. Incorporating much new material, it presents an authoritative, lucid, and engaging text, setting out every form and construction of pre- and post-reform Turkish that may be encountered in print, as well as colloquial usages. 2000, paperback, 300pp.
Redhouse Turkish-English Dictionary CD-ROM
The best Turkish-English dictionary is now available in CD-ROM format.
Langenscheidt Turkish Standard Dictionary
This authoritative, up-to-date dictionary is designed for wide use and is suitable for beginners and more advanced students alike. It features comprehensive vocabulary including many idiomatic expressions; a wealth of examples illustrating meaning and correct usage; new colloquial words and American idioms translated into Turkish; technical expressions from the fields of politics, economics, communications, etc.; syllabification; a list of irregular verbs; numerals, weights and measures; and appendices: list of abbreviations and proper names. Hardcover, 622pp.
Disaster Preparedness Glossary: Turkish-English English-Turkish Thomas Creamer, Polat Guelkan
This Disaster Preparedness Glossary is one in a series of glossaries published by Dunwoody Press to aid disaster relief workers in the event of an emergency. The some 7,300 entries in this glossary address the following subjects: arms control, biology and biological disasters, chemical and chemical disasters, disaster management, export control, general disaster preparedness, medicine, military, natural disasters, nuclear energy and nuclear disasters, protection devices and measures, radiation and radiological disasters, and verification. For ease of use the glossary is divided into four sections: Turkish-English, English-Turkish Subject Index, and English-Turkish Subject Index. The Turkish equivalents for the glossary were supplied by the Disaster Management Research Center, Middle East Technical University of
Ankara, Turkey. 2004, 460 pages, hardbound.
101 Turkish Idiomatic Expressions Yildiray Erdener
101 Turkish Idiomatic Expressions presents a sample of culturally rich Turkish idioms embedded in literary contexts. The book serves not only to teach language, but is a window into contemporary Turkish literature and culture. The idioms in the book are organized by body organ, beginning with mouth, and continuing on through brain, forehead, neck, nose, chin, tongue, eye, head, eyebrow, ear, heart, and face. For each idiom, there are excerpts from major Turkish literary works which illustrate how the idiom has been used in written language. The passages are drawn from the novels and short stories of such well-known Turkish authors. 101 Turkish Idiomatic Expressions is a unique publication because it relates idioms to literature and provides humorous illustrations which will increase the interest and consequently the perception of students so that they are more attentive in learning the idioms. 2004, 203 pages, hardbound.
201 Turkish Verbs
This is the Turkish edition of the popular series by
Barron's. It contains 201 fully conjugated verbs plus basic features of the Turkish language, general introduction to Turkish verbs, alphabetically arranged auxiliary and compound verbs, plus a Turkish-English and English-Turkish index.