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Alev Ellington  Identity Verified
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Apr 30, 2002

I would appreciate it if you could give me some advice on where I can purchase Turkish Language Products online, namely, Turkish spell checks, Turkish thesaurus, and Turkish learning software materials. I am looking for software, but paper dictionaries are also acceptable. Thank you in advance.





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opedos
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your question Jul 8, 2002

try \"www.indirr.com

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Maria Celia Costanzo
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Babylon Sep 2, 2002

Alev,

I\'m a fanatic of Babylon... it\'s free and has thousands of glossaries for specific subjects, besides the most common dictionaries. Only in turkish language you have 82 options to chose from...

Good luck,

Maria Celia
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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Check the Turkish forum Sep 2, 2002

www.proz.com/?forum=33&sp=bb/viewforum&sid=



Looks like it could do with some more action...


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sevinc altincekic  Identity Verified
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www.ideefixe.com; www.pandora.com.tr Sep 3, 2002

Hi Alev,

As for the software I would recommend the Redhouse English-Turkish-English Dictionary which is sold also in CD form. For the spell check the Adam Yayınları Yazım Kılavuzu, and as for the thesaurus, there is unfortunately none) For the Turkish learning software I don\'t have any idea whether there is one, or not.

Sevinc


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Not all available on line Sep 3, 2002

Turkish dictionary industry is not yet digitalized. There are some electronic sources, like zargan.com.tr(it is scanned from İŞ dünyası sözlüğü which is not in sale now), and English-Turkish dictionaries (including babylon-free or always nagging services) however you may not find all you need. Technical, medical and specialized dictionaries are not digital. Let it be digital, you may not find their new prints, I mostly follow them and buy when I saw in old book sellers. (Some of them are only printed in resctricted numbers by some compenies or organizations and no new prints available)

If you specify the field perhaps I may help you better.



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xxxNilgun Ozcan  Identity Verified
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es yazilim's Word Assistant 1.0 Sep 3, 2002

Hi Alev,



I don\'t use Redhouse or similar dictionaries anymore, as I think that es yazilim\'s \"Word Assistant 1.0\" is better than that. This company is also a very good translation agency. If I\'m not mistaken they localized various Microsoft products and two of their translators that I personally know work also as editors in publishing companies. I have the Word Assistant 1.0 on CD, it\'s very simple, comfortable and quick. I know it sounds like a cheap advertisement, but that software really made my life easier They have a couple of similar products, you can take a look at



http://software.estr.com/





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xxxmgonzalez
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It's not precisely what you're asking for, Sep 13, 2002

but here it is anyway, just in case it may be of some help:



TÜRKÇE SÖZLÜK / TURKISH DICTIONARY

http://www.nlp.cs.bilkent.edu.tr/Sozluk/



Regards.MG.


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shenay kharatekin
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some web sites Dec 2, 2002

I think these addresses help you.

Good luck!



http://www.seslisozluk.com/

http://software.estr.com/

http://www.hazar.com/

http://www.sozlukler.com/







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On 2002-04-30 13:05, high speed wrote:

I would appreciate it if you could give me some advice on where I can purchase Turkish Language Products online, namely, Turkish spell checks, Turkish thesaurus, and Turkish learning software materials. I am looking for software, but paper dictionaries are also acceptable. Thank you in advance.







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