Accept that it is one of the most flexible languages in the world, that words make sense even if you dont put them in the correct order. This is a great bonus when you find logical order the difficult part of language learning.
Always put the verb at the end of the sentence. Easy to remember but it does require a lot of practice.
Try to contact Turkish people, face to face if possible. You may speak to Turkish speakers over msn, skype, etc.
Try online lessons. There are many choices available with speakers who have added their voices to the lessons for you to copy. Imitation over and over again is an excellent way to learn.
Install Turkish operating systems. This forces you to learn the words of programs and activities that you perform on your computer every day. A great brain-tricking way to learn!
Visit Turkey and Northern Cyprus. This will inspire you to accelerate your learning, especially in relation to accommodations, shopping, hygiene, and food.
Watch Turkish soap operas. These are not only a great way to learn more but theyre a lot of fun and very glamorous too.
Read Turkish books. Start with childrens books and work your way up to more advanced books.
Listen to Turkish pop and folk music. Music is a perfect way to improve intonation and repetitive choruses are great for getting phrases stuck in your mind。