“Iyidir işte ne olsun. Her zamanki gibi.”
“Al benden de o kadar. Misafirlerim var yurtdışından, onları gezdiriyorum.”
“Dur bak benim yeğenin yeni bir restoranı var, Ortaköy’de, oraya da götür.”
Turkish is difficult (not even Google translate helps much). It uses the Latin alphabet and actually has a simple structure but except for words borrowed from languages such as French and Persian, it resembles no other tongue. It is spoken mainly by people living in Turkey and nobody else.
Learning languages is important. However, it requires time and a great deal of effort. What generally happens is that once we achieve a certain basic level, we make plans to go to a country where that language is spoken and continue the education there for a while. When we do that though, we typically find ourselves surrounded by rookies like us, speaking another common language with each other, hence not being able to learn the language that was aimed for.
So, if you want to learn Spanish, for example, by all means go to Spain, but enroll in an Italian course. That way, you will be surrounded by Spanish people, you will speak Spanish with them outside of the class, you will learn some Italian, which is structurally so similar to Spanish that it will ultimately help your understanding of Spanish.
Another tip is to let go of boring, extra-large language textbooks and read children books before going to sleep. Do this with a dictionary in one hand and you will learn the language in no time.
I recommend Le Petit Nicolas by Goscinny and Sempé. The series has been translated in many languages and Goscinny is the brain behind Asterix and Lucky Luke.