Turkish 101

now
şimdi ( shim di )

later
sonra

before
önce

morning
sabah

afternoon
öğleden sonra

evening
akşam ( ak sham )

night
gece ( ge jay )

Clock Time

one o'clock AM
Saat gece 1 (literally "hour is night one")

two o'clock AM
Saat gece 2

six o'clock AM
Saat sabah 6 (literally "hour is morning six")

noon
öğle/öğlen

one o'clock PM
Saat 13/öğleden sonra 1

two o'clock PM
Saat 14/öğleden sonra 2

five o'clock PM
Saat 17/akşam 5 (literally "hour is evening five")

eight o'clock PM
Saat 20/gece 8 (literally "hour is night eight")

midnight
gece yarısı

Please note that when saying what the clock is, one would normally only use one to twelve, unless having to make sure there's no doubt as to whether it's past or before noon, in which case the twenty-four hour system or affixes such as "morning", "afternoon", "evening", and "night" is used.

Duration

_____ minute(s)
_____ dakika

_____ hour(s)
_____ saat

_____ day(s)
_____ gün

_____ week(s)
_____ hafta

_____ month(s)
_____ ay

_____ year(s)
_____ yıl

Days (Günler)

Sunday
Pazar ( paz ar )

Monday
Pazartesi ( paz ar tesi )

Tuesday
Salı ( saluh )

Wednesday
Çarşamba ( char sham ba )

Thursday
Perşembe ( per shem be )

Friday
Cuma ( juma )

Saturday
Cumartesi ( juma tesi )

Months

January
Ocak ( o jak )

February
Şubat ( shu bat )

March
Mart ( mart )

April
Nisan ( nee sahn )

May
Mayıs ( ma yuhs )

June
Haziran ( ha zee ran )

July
Temmuz ( taem mooz )

August
Ağustos ( aa hoos toss )

September
Eylül ( aey luehl )

October
Ekim ( ae keem )

November
Kasım ( kah suhm )

December
Aralik ( a ra luhk )

Writing Time and Date

What's the time?
Saat kaç?

What date is it today?
Bugünün tarihi nedir?

It's _____ o'clock.
Saat _____.

Please note that when saying what the clock is, one would normally only use one to twelve, unless having to make sure there's no doubt as to whether it's past or before noon, in which case the twenty-four hour system or affixes such as "morning", "afternoon", "evening", and "night" is used.

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