Odada öğretmen yok mu?
ö is said like an o with sort of pursed lips.
ğ is silent, and stretches the vowel preceding it a bit.
The rest of that sentence is pretty much the way it looks.
English has so many words to say this! Türkçe only needs one!
Um... maybe because that one word includes fifteen different suffixes added to indicate location, plural, noun modification...?
My heart raced to think that you might add -ler after a number, but you didn't! I am so happy!
It is hard for us to learn English - so many plurals, everything is plural!