Lonely Planet: Turkish Phrasebook, 4th Edition by Lonely Planet
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It can trace its roots back to the 8th century BC, and transformed itself from a nomad's tongue to an ornate diplomatic language; but thanks to an overhaul from Ataturk, it's surprisingly simple to learn - in fact, a delight!
Guide to pronunciation and phrase-building
Fail-safe small talk
Practicalities - how to catch a bus or book a room
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