Anatomy in Turkish

In this lesson we will learn new words in Turkish on the topic: Human anatomy.



Perform the following exercises in sequence. These exercises will help you to quickly learn and remember new words in Turkish. Don't forget to repeat from time to time.
Good luck.

1. First of all repeat after announcer.
2. And then check if you remember everything.
3. Listen to the words and remember what it is.
4. Take a pen and a piece of paper. You'll write a dictation.
5. And at the end, check the dictation.

Anatomy in Turkish language

Today's topic is human anatomy in Turkish. Of course, without knowing words about human anatomy in Turkish at the doctor when we were in Turkey, we cannot explain the problems with our health to the doctors. In our previous lessons, we learned the names of a number of human organs in the Turkish language. In this lesson, we will expand our vocabulary on human anatomy in Turkish. We hope that this lesson on human anatomy in the Turkish language will be interestig for you.

So let's talk a little bit about our body. How often do we have to mention our own or other's body parts in our daily conversation? For example, it is often difficult to immediately remember how is named the backbone or temple in Turkish. The subject of human anatomy in Turkish is very spread, because it covers not only parts of the body, but also parts of the face, arms, legs and even internal organs. We learned the words about internal organs while talking about human organs in Turkish language. In this lesson, we will touch on new words that we do not know about the internal organs. We hope that after learning this lesson, you will have no trouble telling what happened and where you have a pain in a situation where you need medical help while on vacation in Turkey or traveling for other reasons. We hope you will not face such a situation. But if that happens, this knowledge can save your life or the life of your friend.

First of all, with the dictionary of this lesson, you can easily describe your appearance and the appearance of your friends in Turkish language. Imagine such a situation, you went on vacation to Turkey with your friend. You lost him on the city tour. You ask the guide if he has seen your friend. How can you ask that? After all, the guide has a large number of tourists. Of course, an Turkish dictionary on human anatomy will help you.

While learning the Turkish language, you will sooner or later come across the subject of human body parts. By learning the words on human anatomy in Turkish as well as the expressions and idioms associated with these words, you will be able to easily describe yourself and others in the Turkish language, feel comfortable in a barber shop, and, as we have said, at the Turkish doctor.

Anatomy in Turkish

Human anatomy in Turkish

Idioms on the subject of human anatomy in the Turkish language.

"Beyin yıkamak." - to wash the brain (To influence people in various ways in order to alienate them from their unique thoughts and worldviews, and to make them think and act in a different way.)

"Neşe sindirimi kolaylaştırır." - Joy facilitates digestion.

"Can boğazdan geçer." - The soul passes through the throat. (Meaning of this idiom is - Man can't live without food (without eating). The health and even life of the person who does not pay attention on his eating is in danger.)

"Beynine girmek" - Enter into the brain (of some one) (To guide or persuade someone about anything.)

"Gırtlak gırtlağa gelmek" - Come to the throat to throat (It is used to mean to fight fiercely or to be beaten.)

"Boğaz dokuz boğumdur." - The throat is nine knots. (The meaning of the proverb is that - Words spoken without thinking can hurt the other person and cause trouble for the person saying it. For this reason, the words to be said should be considered and weighed first.)

Writing and pronunciation of words on human anatomy in Turkish.

Anatomy
Sole
Armpit
Temple
Backbone
Scapula
Build
Cerebrum
Clavicle
Digestion
Eyelid
Freckle
Groin
Larynx
Nape
Buttocks
Oesophagus
Pelvis
Chest
Rib
Bowels
Skeleton
Accouchement
Tonsil
Urine
Wart
Earlobe
Tailbone
Anus

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