How to say please in Turkish: lütfen

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How to say please in Turkish: lütfen

Learning Turkish for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say please in Turkish: lütfen
Say it out loud: “loot fahn

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Some more helpful words in our Turkish Courtesy/Questions category:

...the bathroom – tuvalet  (too' vah let)
come with me – benimle gel  (beh nim lay all)
do you speak english? – İngilizce konuşmak?  (een guh liz ya ko nush muk?)
excuse me – afedersiniz  (ah feh dar sinz)
excuse me (to get past) – lütfen  (loot fahn)
good / bad – iyi / kötü  (ee yay / kuh tuh)
how do you say…? – nasil denilir?  (nah seal din uh leer?)
how much is this? – ne kadar?  (nay kah dar?)
may I? (point at chair, door) – buyurun  (booh ya rahn)
maybe – belki  (bell kee)
no problem – önemli değil  (oh nahm lee dil)
sorry – özür dilerim  (oh zoo dih leer im)
thank you – teşekkür ederim  (teh shake kur' dur im)
thanks – sağol  (sahl)
what is that? – bu ne?  (boo nay?)
where is… – nerede  (neh' reh day)
yes / no – evet / hayir  (eh vet / hi year)
you are welcome – bir şey değil  (bee shay deal)

And here’s how to say please in other languages!

Arabic–Arjuk / Men fadlak  (ar juk / men fad lak)
Chinese–Qǐng  (Ching)
Croatian–molim  (moe leem)
Czech–Prosim  (pro SEEM)
Finnish–kiitos  (kee eh tos)
French–S'il vous plaît  (see voo play)
German–bitte  (bit tuh)
Italian–Per favore  (pear fa vor reh)
Japanese–Onegai Shimasu  (Oh Neh Gai Shee Mass)
Korean–Butakhaeyo.  (Boo Taak Hae Yo.)
Polish–proszę  (pro' sheh)
Portuguese–Por Favor  (pohr fah vohr)
Russian–Pozhaluysta  (Pah zhah looy stah)
Spanish–por favor  (pore fah vore)
Swahili–tafadhali  (tah fah dah lee)
Thai–Chuai  (CHOO-ai)
Turkish–lütfen  (loot fahn)
Vietnamese–Làm Ơn  (Lam Uhn)

When communicating with people it's important you learn how to use courtesy phrases such as "please" (lütfen). This courtesy phrase can be used to show politeness or when requesting for something e.g. " "please" (lütfen) notify me when the next bus arrives" or " could you take me deeper into the forest next time "please" (lütfen)?" Get instant access to the Turkish Language Set.

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