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You can download the entire audio course on our website: www.linguaboost.com Boost your fluency in Turkish with LinguaBoost! Each lesson contains useful everyday phrases related to a specific topic. You’ll learn the language in context, not just isolated words. All material is translated and spoken by native speakers.
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Learn Turkish with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at TurkishClass101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
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Let's Learn Turkish

Meltem Naz Kaso Corral Sánchez

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My name is Meltem and I am originally from Istanbul, Turkey. My Spanish partner Lázaro wants to learn Turkish so to help him, I am now creating material that is both entertaining and approachable for beginners. Anyone who is interested in learning Turkish is welcomed to join us! (Only in weekdays)
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This is a program for intermediate Turkish learners to practice listening skills. I talk about language learning tips, interesting things about Turkish culture etc. I use a simple language for students to understand what I say , and I speak slowly. This Podcast is fully in Turkish. You can check transcripts and translations of the episodes by visiting my website. PRIVATE LESSONS: http://learnturkishwithturkishcoffee.com/online-turkish-lessons/ or e-mail: learnturkishwithturkishcoffee@gmail.c ...
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Turkish Learning Accelerator

Language Learning Accelerator

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If you're trying to think your way into learning Turkish, you're doing it wrong. Learn Turkish like you did English: by hearing a huge amount of it. (With at least a vague idea of what it means!) Thousands of Turkish Phrases, along with the English translations, presented directly to your brain: from practical to philosophical to flirting. Just phrases, no filler! Go way beyond the Turkish language basics to not just communicate, but actually become an interesting person in Turkish. As an au ...
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Learn Turkish with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at TurkishClass101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
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For history lovers who listen to podcasts, History Unplugged is the most comprehensive show of its kind. It's the only show that dedicates episodes to both interviewing experts and answering questions from its audience. First, it features a call-in show where you can ask our resident historian (Scott Rank, PhD) absolutely anything (What was it like to be a Turkish sultan with four wives and twelve concubines? If you were sent back in time, how would you kill Hitler?). Second, it features lon ...
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The best podcast for learning English if you like current events and trending topics. Improve your English listening, learn new words, and build your confidence with the #1 English-learning podcast focused on stories and English expressions. Join Jeff and JR every Monday and Thursday for a short English lesson. In the first half, you'll enjoy a story about something happening in the world. In the second half, you'll learn how to use a common English expression or phrasal verb. Best of all, t ...
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Eğlenceli İngilizce ve ötesi... 2007'den beri yayınlanan aylık periyotlu Türkçe podcast... / Learn English with fun, and more... This is a monthly podcast since 2007. Speaking language is mainly Turkish, and partly English.
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Author Kevin Wilson does 6 hours of research for a different area from around the World every Friday and then he tells you the most interesting things that he found about both the Country and the Cuisine, great show, especially for people who love "fun facts" .
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This podcast is all about the Turkish language and its culture. It's basically for those who really like to explore new things and those who like to learn different languages. This podcast has no age limit. New episodes will come out every Thursday. Instagram Id link: https://www.instagram.com/learnturkishwithng/ Email Id: nanditagulati14@gmail.com
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Ever wanted to learn more about the wonderful and wild country of Turkey? Well you’re in luck, come and listen as our Turkish host Sinan tries to explain to our two very British co-hosts exactly how this country ended up being the way it is. This podcast will attempt to equip you and our co-hosts with enough knowledge to confidently say they understand Turkey before the 2023 Presidential elections occurring during the country’s centenary.
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NUNGGU WİSUDA

Ngoceh ala Wilda

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hi guys, in this podcast you'll hear almost all of my story that's been happened in my whole life (eciyeeee) . an ordinary indonesian girl who have tried to be able to speak indonesian, english, and turkish. basically i'll teach you languages, talking about culture, and traveller in love as well :)) have fun guys!
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From trying to avoid plastics, to learning to meditate, Alex and Mike are looking to do it all! Every week they challenge themselves to try something new, like waking up at sunrise or researching conspiracy theories. Each episode is truly a new undertaking, anything can happen!
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Meet the World

EL2 at New Trier

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Welcome to Meet the World, where you learn about other cultures from the people who know it best. This is a student podcast from New Trier High School near Chicago, but it explores the whole world.
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No Chingues

No Chingues Podcast Network

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Erika L. Sanchez and the No Chingues crew explore issues, questions, and assorted chingaderas. The Black and Latino coalition is solving the world’s problems one shit talking session at a time. No Chingues. We have no idea what we're doing... but let's keep it moving with the unearned confidence of a mediocre White man. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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The African E-Commerce podcast helps African small businesses connect with the global market. We share tips, information, and success stories to help businesses grow and trade safely. We also talk about the latest trends and challenges in the e-commerce industry. Kadoono.com supports us by helping businesses find the products they need. Tune in each week to learn about e-commerce in Africa.
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Hub and Spoken Travel Show

Sandra Thomas-Comenole

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The Hub and Spoken Travel Show is all about travel destinations! In this podcast, we will gab about "hubs" such as Florence, Boston, London, Istanbul and Tokyo; exploring how to get there, where to stay, what to eat, see and do...then we will bring you to "spokes" such as Volterra in Italy, Hakone in Japan or Pismo Beach in California. Some of the destinations will be well-traveled, must-sees; whereas others will be off the beaten path recommendations. Join us to learn more about your favori ...
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Women in regions affected by war and forced displacement are highly visible in media accounts. Yet, their resistance against different forms of violence – from so-called domestic abuse to large-scale state violence – often goes unrecognized. Women & War is a platform to learn about powerful women’s struggles for liberation, justice and peace. The podcast amplifies critical contemporary feminist work in the field of war, violence, colonialism, and forced migration. The invited guests – who ar ...
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World War I was one of the most savage and brutal wars in human history. There were millions of deaths and the tragedy was compounded by the fact that these were all young men in the flower of youth. Both sides suffered heavy losses and this war is also notable for being one in which many new and terrible weapons were introduced by both to slaughter each other. Gallipoli Diary by John Graham Gillam is one of the many personal narratives written by survivors of this bloody conflict. Published ...
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On the Global Counsel podcast, you can hear the GC team discuss and debate topical developments in public policy and regulation from around the world.Global Counsel is an advisory firm working with clients around the world to gauge political developments and how these impact both business risk and opportunity. For more information about Global Counsel, visit our website: www.global-counsel.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This episode exposes you to phrases, repeated in English and Turkish, to improve your Turkish vocabulary and help you to express yourself in Turkish. These episodes are meant to accompany and accelerate your existing Turkish language studies, whether you're using an app like DuoLingo, or you're enrolled in a more formal Turkish class. The more you …
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America has an unmatched record when it comes to the peaceful transfer of power. According to legal scholar Roy E. Brownell II, however, our country is not that far off from a presidential succession crisis. In this preview of an episode of "This American President," hosted by Richard Lim, Brownell covers the history of presidential succession and …
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The British evacuation from the beaches of the small French port town of Dunkirk is one of the iconic moments of military history. The battle has captured the popular imagination through LIFE magazine photo spreads, the fiction of Ian McEwan and, of course, Christopher Nolan's hugely successful Hollywood blockbuster. But what is the German view of …
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Today's story: Quebec, Canada's only French-speaking province, has long protected its language. But now, some English speakers say the province has gone too far. New policies by the provincial government restrict the use of English in certain circumstances. And Quebec recently raised tuition for out-of-province students by 33%, a direct hit at Mont…
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Fun Facts about Singapore are given to begin the episode and then I give fun facts about Singaporean food around the 25 minute mark over 200 more episodes giving fun mind-blowing facts about different locations around the World and their cuisine can be found on your favorite Podcast platform, including Spotify, IHeartRadio, Amazon Music and many mo…
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Naval warfare is an overlooked factor of the Civil War, but it was a vitally important part of overall strategy for North and South, especially from the perspective of the Union, which used naval blockages from the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi River to deny critical resources to the Confederacy, forcing them the ultimately surrender. But the nava…
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Today's story: Canada is a bilingual country, offering government services in both English and French. But the balance isn't 50-50. French is the dominant language in just one province, Quebec. Only 20 percent of Canadians speak French natively. And francophones are more likely to be bilingual than anglophones. Here's how French and English coexist…
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Have you ever wondered how a passion for travel evolves once a family comes into the picture? Jamie Edwards, the creative force behind 'I Am Lost and Found,' joins us to unravel this very question. Together, we traverse her family's transformation from avid travelers to adventurers with kids in tow, diving into the immersive and sometimes challengi…
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In the United States, questions of how we celebrate – or condemn – leaders in the past have never been more contentious. In 2017, a statue of Robert E. Lee was removed – leading to a race riot and terrorist attack. But in 2020, statues of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Christopher Columbus, and even Ulysses S. Grant were defaced or toppled. A…
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Lyon France, escargot and baguettes are discussed by giving fun mind-blowing facts...the episode begins with fun facts about Lyon France #Lyon #France #escargot #baguettes over 200 more episodes giving fun mind-blowing facts about different locations around the World and their cuisine can be found on your favorite Podcast platform, including Spotif…
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Today's story: Shohei Ohtani is a superstar baseball player in Los Angeles. Since his arrival in the U.S., he has used a Japanese translator. But the translator stands accused of stealing money from Ohtani and using the money to pay off sports gambling debts. Ohtani himself is considered the victim. Learn this English expression: To be 'caught up i…
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The podcast kicks off with Lino in Jerusalem when Iran attacked and being in a bomb shelter. After that tough to beat segment, Lino and celebrate 8 years of marriage. Then, a caller asks if knowledge is key to faith. And the podcast wraps up with all things Mark (saint and celebrities)!
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One hundred and sixty minutes. That is all the time rescuers would have before the largest ship in the world slipped beneath the icy Atlantic. There was amazing heroism and astounding incompetence against the backdrop of the most advanced ship in history sinking by inches with luminaries from all over the world. It is a story of a network of wirele…
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Today's Story: How do animals behave during a total solar eclipse? It's a difficult question to answer because eclipses are so rare and they don't often pass over zoos or areas where animals can be observed. But the path of totality of this year's eclipse passed directly over six zoos, allowing animal researchers to study their reactions. Also in t…
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Today's story: Swimming has been prohibited in the River Seine for over 100 years, and for good reason: it has been filthy for much of that time. But Olympic organizers pledged to clean up the river and hold swimming events in central Paris. The Olympics start in June, but bacteria levels are still high. Learn this English expression: Rivers, roads…
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Scandinavia has always been a world apart. For millennia Norwegians, Danes, Finns, and Swedes lived a remote and rugged existence among the fjords and peaks of the land of the midnight sun. But when they finally left their homeland in search of opportunity, these wanderers—including the most famous, the Vikings—would reshape Europe and beyond. Thei…
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Great Wall Of China fun facts are given at the start of the episode and fun facts about Chinese Food is given at the end of the episode #China #Chinesefood over 200 more episodes giving fun mind-blowing facts about different locations around the World and their cuisine can be found on your favorite Podcast platform, including Spotify, IHeartRadio, …
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There’s nothing in human DNA that makes the 40-hour workweek a biological necessity. In fact, for much of human history, 15 hours of work a week was the standard, followed by leisure time with family and fellow tribe members, telling stories, painting, dancing, and everything else. Work was a means to an end, and nothing else. So what happened? Why…
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Listen to Erika L. Sanchez and the No Chingues crew talk about all of the day's chingaderas: · Tia Two-Bucket Gets Irrationally Angry · The Poverty Tunnel: Red Wax Bologna, Used Condom Parking Lots, Rat Races, and the Smell of Fumigation · The Ultimate Cheap Shoe Faceoff: Payless v Buster Brown · Brand Loyalty · Tater Dress: Erika’s Potato Aestheti…
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This episode exposes you to phrases, repeated in English and Turkish, to improve your Turkish vocabulary and help you to express yourself in Turkish. These episodes are meant to accompany and accelerate your existing Turkish language studies, whether you're using an app like DuoLingo, or you're enrolled in a more formal Turkish class. The more you …
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" Chef José Andrés is famous for his high-end restaurants. He's also the founder of World Central Kitchen, a charity that helps serve meals to people in disaster areas. And now, he finds himself in the middle of the Israel-Hamas war after seven World Central Kitchen workers were killed by an Israeli drone attack. Israel said the attack was unintent…
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Embark on an enchanting journey across the sweeping steppes and into the heart of nomadic culture with our guest, Breanna Wilson. As a travel expert with an intimate connection to Mongolia, she weaves a rich tapestry of stories from her life among the nomads, the rush of traversing rugged terrains on a Ural motorcycle, and the embrace of Mongolian …
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" Fifty years ago this month, ""Carrie,"" Stephen King's first novel, was released. It was the first of many, as King became one of the world's best-selling authors. His stories involved the supernatural, terror, and horror. Several have been adapted into movies and television shows. The 77-year-old is still writing: his next book will be released …
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Romanian cuisine and Bucharest Romania are discussed by using fun facts, I start by giving information about Romanian Food and then I give fun facts about Bucharest Romania over 200 more episodes giving fun mind-blowing facts about different locations around the World and their cuisine can be found on your favorite Podcast platform, including Spoti…
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Before 9/11, before Pearl Harbor, another unsuspected foreign attack on the United States shocked the nation and forever altered the course of history. In 1916, Pancho Villa, a guerrilla fighter who commanded an ever-changing force of conscripts in northern Mexico, attached a border town in New Mexico. It was a raid that angered Americans, and Pres…
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At the start of the 1860 presidential campaign, a handful of fired-up young Northerners appeared as bodyguards to defend anti-slavery stump speakers from frequent attacks. The group called themselves the Wide Awakes. Soon, hundreds of thousands of young white and black men, and a number of women, were organizing boisterous, uniformed, torch-bearing…
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This episode exposes you to phrases, repeated in English and Turkish, to improve your Turkish vocabulary and help you to express yourself in Turkish. These episodes are meant to accompany and accelerate your existing Turkish language studies, whether you're using an app like DuoLingo, or you're enrolled in a more formal Turkish class. The more you …
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" A massive bridge over a river in Baltimore, Maryland, fell into the water last month, after a container ship veered off course and crashed into one of the support columns. The ship lost power and had mechanical problems in the moments before impact. All port activity was halted in the aftermath of the disaster. Six construction workers died. -- A…
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Hello all, this is the (for now) final episode of Peace at Home we're planning on doing for a while. For reasons which are explained in episode, but mainly due to fatigue and a sense that the project itself has run its course with the local elections in Turkey resulting in a rare AKP national vote loss. We talk about this and other things, includin…
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" Britain and the United States are the two biggest exporters of television. But the third-biggest may surprise you: Turkey. Long-running Turkish dramas have become among the most popular television shows around the world, from Chile to Bulgaria. -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for the modern world. -- Today’s full English lesson, incl…
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The influence of the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates has been profound. Even today, over two thousand years after his death, he remains one of the most renowned humans to have ever lived—and his death remains one of the greatest unsolved mysteries. There is another side to this story: impiety, lack of reverence for the gods, was a religious crim…
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