Turkish | Phrases - Travel | General

General - Essentials

Können Sie mir bitte helfen?
Bana yardımcı olurmusunuz, lütfen?
Asking for help
Sprechen Sie Englisch?
İngilizce konuşuyor musunuz?
Asking if a person speaks English
Sprechen Sie _[Sprache]_?
_[dil]_ konuşuyor musunuz?
Asking if a person speaks a certain language
Ich spreche kein _[Sprache]_.
_[dil]_ konuşmuyorum.
Clarifying that you don't speak a certain language
Das verstehe ich nicht.
Anlamıyorum
Explaining that you don't understand

General - Conversation

Hallo!
Merhaba!
Standard greeting
Hi!
Selam!
Informal greeting
Guten Morgen!
Günaydın!
Greeting used in the morning
Guten Abend!
İyi Akşamlar!
Greeting used in the evening
Gute Nacht!
İyi Geceler!
Greeting used when leaving in the evening/night or before going to bed
Wie geht es Dir?
Nasılsın?
Polite small talk enquiring about the other person's well-being
Gut, danke.
İyiyim, teşekkür ederim.
Polite reply to 'How are you?'
Wie heißt du?
Adın ne?
Asking the other person's name
Mein Name ist___.
Benim adım _.
Telling someone your name
Woher kommst Du?
Nerelisin?
Asking about someone's origin
Ich bin aus___.
Ben _lıyım.
Answering about your origin
Wie alt bist du?
Kaç yaşındasın?
Asking about someone's age
Ich bin___Jahre alt.
Ben _ yaşındayım.
Answering about your age
Ja
Evet
Positive reply
Nein
Hayır
Negative reply
Bitte
Lütfen
Filler word to add polite touch
Bitteschön!
Buradan gidin!
Used when giving something to someone
Danke.
Teşekkür ederim.
Thanking someone
Vielen Dank.
Çok teşekkür ederim.
Thanking someone very warmly
Gern geschehen.
Rica ederim.
Politely replying to a 'thank you'
Es tut mir Leid.
Üzgünüm.
Apologizing for something
Entschuldigung.
Afedersiniz.
Getting the attention of someone
Schon gut.
Herşey yolunda.
Replying to an apology if you accept it
Kein Problem.
Sorun değil.
Replying to an apology if you accept it
Aufpassen!
Dikkat et!
Making someone aware of a danger
Ich habe Hunger.
Acıktım.
Used when feeling hungry
Ich habe Durst.
Susadım.
Used when feeling thirsty
Ich bin müde.
Yorgunum.
Used when feeling tired
Ich bin krank.
Hastayım.
Used when feeling sick
Ich weiß nicht.
Bilmiyorum.
You don't know the answer to a question
Es war nett, Sie kennenzulernen.
Seninle tanışmak güzeldi.
Polite good-bye phrase after first meeting
Auf Wiedersehen!
Güle güle!
Saying farewell

General - Complaints

Ich möchte mich beschweren.
Bir şikayette bulunmak istiyorum.
Polite way of starting your complaint
Wer ist hier der Verantwortliche?
Burada sorumlu kim?
Finding out who is responsible
Das ist wirklich inakzeptabel.
Bu tamamen kabul edilemez birşey!
Strongly expressing your dissatisfaction
Ich will mein Geld zurück!
Paramı geri istiyorum!
Asking for a refund
Wir warten seit über einer Stunde.
Bir saatten fazla bir süredir bekliyoruz.
Complaining about long waiting times

General - Swearing

Dieses Essen schmeckt scheiße!
Bu yemek bok gibi!
Rude way of showing displeasure with your food
Dieses Getränk schmeckt wie Pisse!
Bu içecek çiş gibi!
Rude way of showing displeasure with a drink
Dieser Ort ist ein Drecksloch!
Bu yer bok çukuru!
Rude way of showing displeasure with an establishment
Dieses Auto ist Schrott!
Bu araba döküntü!
Rude way of showing displeasure with a car
Die Bedienung ist eine Katastrophe!
Hizmet berbat!
Rude way of showing displeasure with the service
Das ist eine totale Abzocke!
Bu tamamen bir soygun!
Rudely complaining about a high price
Das ist doch Blödsinn!
Bu saçma!
Rude way of showing disbelief in something someone said
Du bist ein Vollidiot!
Sen aptal bir moronsun!
Insulting a person by criticizing his/her intelligence
Du verstehst einen Dreck davon!
Bir bok bilmiyorsun!
Insulting a person by criticizing his/her knowledge
Verpiss dich!
Siktir git!
Rudely telling a person to leave immediately
Lass uns das draußen regeln!
Hadi bunu dışarda halledelim!
Asking a person to fight outside of an establishment