An Appetizing Journey to Turkish Cuisine with "Delicious Stories"

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Conducting teaching activities for Turkish as a foreign language through its cultural centers in different geographies of the world and carrying out material studies in order to meet the needs of its target audience with the knowledge it acquired, Yunus Emre Institute (YEI) added a new publication to its corpus.

The Institute presented the stories it prepared to promote seven delights from the Turkish cuisine, one of the most important cuisines in the world, to its readers with the "Delicious Stories" series.

Delicious Stories brings together the delights in the Turkish culture with the readers through stories for the discover of the Turkish cuisine. Through stories, the Delicious Stories series introduces tastes unique to the Turkish cuisine, such as yoghurt, pastrami, Turkish delight, dried nuts and fruits, simit (Turkish bagels), Maraş ice cream and different types of breakfast, and takes the readers to an appetizing journey.

SEVEN BOOKS IN B1-B2 LEVELS

This series, which can be utilized by the students to improve their reading skills, is comprised of seven books in B1-B2 levels. The books not only describe the Turkish cuisine but also the cities, streets and Turkish people its associated with. Thus, the works assume characteristic elements unique to Turkey. At the end of each story, there are questions to measure the students' reading and understanding skills, vocabulary and grammar.

We wish Delicious Stories, a first in the field of Turkish teaching as a foreign language, is helpful to the students, language teachers and the experts in the field.

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