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Kaçan Adam

A Turkish Learner’s Crime Novel, 1st Edition

By Mafalda Ade

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142 pages | 32 B/W Illus.

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Description

Aimed at intermediate Turkish learners, Kaçan Adam: A Turkish Learner’s Crime Novel is a short mystery / detective story in idiomatic Turkish complete with exercises, vocabulary and grammar review.

Over the course of 24 lively chapters, it follows the fate of former intelligence officer Erkan Demiral, who has been convicted of selling secret military documents but who manages to escape from prison and embarks on a quest to prove his innocence…

For use either as a supplement to classroom instruction (CEFR A2-B1 and ACTFL, Lower Intermediate Level) or individually, this book will guide students through their first complete novel in Turkish while revising and reinforcing key points of modern Turkish grammar and expression.

Table of Contents

1 Hapishanede

2 Tekirdağ’dan İstanbul’a

3 Tek şansım

4 Bu bir tuzak mı?

5 Bir kasabanın tren istasyonunda

6 Kocama benziyorsun

7 Kapıda birisi var

8 Bu sefer kaçamayacak

9 Belki bize çay getirir

10 Gözü kapalı güvenenler

11 Kaçak hâlâ serbest

12 Seni bekliyordum

13 Serinkanlı bir kadın

14 Kendisini tanıyamadı

15 Barda içki içen adam

16 Antika çalgılar

17 Beni dinlesen iyi olur

18 Yaşlı ve kör adamın evinde

19 Sana beş saniye veriyorum

20 Bir dosya buldular

21 Beni bu işe nasıl soktun?

22 Cevap vermezsen seni öldüreceğim

23 Garajda yalnız değildi

24 Özgür bir adam

Key to exercises

About the Author

Mafalda Ade is a Lecturer of Turkish at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
FOR027000
FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / Turkish & Turkic Languages
LAN008000
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Journalism