Answer 1 of 8: hi folks, two interesting articles appeared in nytimes and the washington post today and they talk about some interesting.
Istanbul (uk: /ˌɪstænˈbʊl/, /-ˈbuːl/ or us: /-stɑːn-/ or /ˈɪstənbʊl/ turkish: i̇stanbul while ankara was chosen instead as the new turkish capital after the contrasting annual precipitation differences in istanbul, creating multiple istanbul's foreign population, by comparison, is very small, 42,228 residents in.
Read about the pros and cons of turkey's capital (ankara) and its cultural center ( istanbul) to decide which one to visit in 2016.
The istanbul–ankara railway (turkish: i̇stanbul–ankara demiryolu) is a 5766 km ( 3583 mi) long electrified railway in turkey the line connects turkey's largest. They are the opposite of compare paragraphs, which ask you to find the similarities between two topic sentence: ankara and istanbul are very different cities.