How my mother language Turkish sounds to you?

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  1. Celinegirls

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    In this video there are voice samples of some famous female and male voice actors in my country Turkey

    How is it sound? Is it good or bad?
     
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    A Czech friend of mine said Turkish has a lot of "k" sound and mimicked it like "kakakakuku" lmao
    She said it sounds kinda rough but then again a French friend said it sounds nice and gracious so idk I got mixed signals from Europeans
    I shouldn't say so myself but I think it sounds beautiful
     
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    Sounds cool to me

    As a middle school pleb I spent a lot of time listening to turkish dramas through the walls as my mom would watch them lol...even now whenever I visit my grandma
     
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    People in my country love it so much, specially it feels near to ours ' arabic', many of my friends studied in college and even my mom studies it online :D
     
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    does not sound bad. But kinda weird to me
     
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    Like Turkish, as I can speak it:D
     
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