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Practical Course of Turkish V - ABV100036
Title: Praktický kurz turečtiny V
Guaranteed by: Department of Middle Eastern Studies (21-KBV)
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
Actual: from 2023 to 2023
Semester: winter
Points: 0
E-Credits: 5
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:0/6, Ex [HT]
Capacity: unknown / unlimited (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
Key competences:  
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: Burak Hilmioglu, M.A.
Teacher(s): Burak Hilmioglu, M.A.
Pre-requisite : ABV100035
Is pre-requisite for: ABV100037
Last update: Bc. Karolína Kotalová (19.09.2023)
The entry-level competence for this course is B1 (CEFR) and the course will further improve upon this level. The course is a follow up of Practical Course of Turkish IV. This 13-week course is tailored for students who have a solid grasp of Turkish fundamentals and are ready to take their language skills to the next level. Through a diverse selection of reading, listening, speaking, and grammar activities, students will strengthen their ability to communicate effectively in several contexts.

The course will make use of the textbook Yeni Hitit: Yabancılar için Türkçe – Orta B1-B2. And will be enhanced by materials of the lecturer.
Course completion requirements
Last update: Bc. Karolína Kotalová (19.09.2023)

The successful completion of this course is conditioned by acquiring sufficient number of points (at least 66%+ of the maximum number). The points can be acquired from following:

Attendance/Participation: 10b

Presentations: max.40b (20b presentation #1 + 20b presentation #2)

Students are expected to prepare two presentations by using audio visual materials. Presentation topics must be approved by the instructor beforehand and to be presented on the announced date.

Final exam: The final exam will consist of two separate modules.

50b (25 written exam + 25 oral exam) – combination of following:

1)     Linguistic competence (expression of ideas, translation, usage of grammar)

2)     Knowledge-based grammar test – there will be a list of questions concerning Turkish grammar at the end of the semester (e.g. how does a specific construction work, illustration of specific grammar on examples, formal paradigmes, explanation of the usage of a morpheme, ...)

Last update: Mgr. Filip Kaas (24.08.2021)


Uzun, N. Engin (Ed. ), 2010. Yeni Hitit Yabancılar İçin Türkçe-Temel A1-A2 (Ders Kitabı, Öğretmen Kitabı, Çalışma Kitabı). Ankara: Ankara Üniversitesi Basımevi.


Secondary literature:

Ersen-Rasch, M., 2001. Turkische Grammatik: Für Anfanger und Forgeschrittene. Max Hueber.

Göksel, A. & Kerslake, C., 2005. Turkish: A Comprehensive Grammar. London and New York: Routledge.

Ketrez, F. N., 2012. A Student Grammar of Turkish. Cambridge: CUP.

Kučera, P., 2014. Podrobná gramatika turečtiny. Brno: Lingea.

Lewis, G., 1967. Turkish Grammar. Oxford: Oxford Univesity Press.



Avery, R., Bezmez, S., (eds.), 2001. Redhouse Sözlüğü: İngilizce – Türkçe. Istanbul: Redhouse Yayınları.

Laně, T., 2012. Turecko-český, česko-turecký slovník. Brno: Lingea.

Last update: Bc. Karolína Kotalová (19.09.2023)

1. week                2. 10. 2023             Engaging in casual conversations, discussing daily routines. Review of verb tenses, introducing compound sentences.

2. week                9. 10. 2023             Simple interviews, podcasts, and radio broadcasts. Expressing viewpoints on social issues, engaging in group debates.

3. week                16. 10. 2023           Sharing personal experiences, storytelling, recounting events. Narrated stories, TED Talks, and vlogs.

4. week                23. 10. 2023           News articles, opinion pieces, and editorials. Describing cultural practices, discussing traditions, comparing customs.

5. week                30. 10. 2023           Dialogues in everyday scenarios, problem-solving discussions. Complex sentence structures, participles, expressing cause and effect.

6. week                6. 11. 2023             Presentation #1

7. week                13. 11. 2023           Short stories, dialogues, and descriptive texts. Conditional sentences (real and unreal), indirect questions.

8. week                20. 11. 2023           Debating current issues, summarizing news, expressing opinions. Modal verbs (ability, necessity, permission), imperative mood.

9. week                27. 11. 2023           Social issue articles, discussions on society and relationships.. Introducing relative clauses, expressing comparison.

10. week              4. 12. 2023             Passive voice, reported speech, advanced conjunctions. Personal narratives & travel experiences.

11. week              11. 12. 2023           Practical texts, instructions, and advice columns. Comprehensive review of grammar concepts and vocabulary.

12. week              18. 12. 2023           Presentation #2

13. week             8.1. 2024                 Final Exam (Written & Oral)

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