Today’s mission:

  • learn I, you, he/she/it, we, they
  • be able to form a simple sentence
So day 1 came and went without a problem right? Today, we’ll form some simple sentences.
(Before we do that, note that if you need to know how a word is pronoucned, used Google Translate. Select Turkish, type in the word, and click Listen.)
Sentence structure
I first started looking at the Turkish course that Livemocha has, and HOLY CRAP, those were hard… The very first lesson contains words with a Bajillion letters in them.  So I went to a Turkish friend for help, and I realized that Turkish grammar is incredibly easy, even easier than that of Spanish and English! And the long words aren’t really “long”…
Now I only recommend you look at the Personal Pronoun section, as that’s all we need right now to form simple sentence.
i ben i am adjective ben adjective-im
you sen you are adjective sen adjective-sin
hesheit o heshe | is adjectiveit / adjective
we biz we are adjective biz adjective-iz
you (plural) siz you are adjective siz adjective-siniz
they onlar they are adjective onlar adjective-ler
– Turkish online class.
To kinda reiterate what that article says:
If you are saying “I am (adjective)”, the structure is “Ben verb + im
The word for beautiful is güzel
So to say ” I am beautiful”, you say “Ben güzilim
To say “You are beautiful”, you say “Sen güzilsin”
Quick test: Using the chart above, how do you say “They are beautiful”?
(make sure to read the article!)
How are you? Nasilsin
I am good. Iyiyim
Notice the sin and the im ending of those two verbs? Guess where they came from? (hint, look at the chart above :D)
Nasil is “how”, adding sin to the end makes it “How are you?”
Iyi is “good”, adding im to the end makes it “I am good”. (There’s an extra y right before im because in Turkish, two vowels cannot touch. So a y is added to “smoothen” the sound)
Gotz that? Iyi!

Conclusion for today
So now you know how to say I (ben), you (sin), he/she (o), we (biz), they (onlar), and what to add at then end of an adjective to make it into a sentence.
Translate the followings: 
“Merhaba, nasilsin?”
“Onlar güzeller!”
HOORAY! I can now speak TURKISH!