How to say this evening in Turkish: bu akşam

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How to say this evening in Turkish: bu akşam

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

To say this evening in Turkish: bu akşam
Say it out loud: “boo ahk shahm

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Some more helpful words in our Turkish Time category:

business hours – iş saatleri  (eesh saht ler' ray)
day after tomorrow – öbür gün  (oh buhr gun)
one hour – bir saat  (beer saht)
this evening – bu akşam  (boo ahk shahm)
this morning – bu sabah  (boo sah bah)
today – bugün  (boo' zhin)
tomorrow – yarin  (yuh rin)
two hours – iki saat  (ee kay saht)
when? – ne zaman?  (nay zah mahn?)
yesterday; last night – dün gece  (doon geh jeh)
you got the time? – saat kaç?  (saht kahch)

And here’s how to say this evening in other languages!

Arabic–Haza Al Masaa'  (ha za al ma sah)
Chinese–Jīn Wǎn  (Jin Wan)
Croatian–večeras  (veh cheh rahs)
Czech–dnes večer  (duh ness vuh chair)
Finnish–tänä iltana  (ta nah ill ta nah)
French–Ce soir  (suh swah)
German–heute abend  (hoy tuh ah bent)
Italian–Sta sera  (stah say rah)
Japanese–Kon Ya  (Kohn Yah)
Korean–Oneul Jeonyeok  (Oh Nul Juh Nyuk)
Polish–dziś wieczór  (jeesh veeah' choor)
Portuguese–Esta Tarde  (es ta tahr jee)
Russian–etim vecherom  (eh tee mvye che rahm)
Spanish–esta noche  (ess tuh no chay)
Swahili–leo jioni  (lay oh jee oh nee)
Thai–Yen Ni  (yen nee)
Turkish–bu akşam  (boo ahk shahm)
Vietnamese–Tối Nay  (Toy Ni)

I will be arriving "this evening" (bu akşam). That is how you update your Turkish hosts. This is a simple, day-to-day phrase which comes in handy in your adventures. To learn more phrases, Get instant access to the Turkish Language Set.

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