kalemiye wrote:Mertoş make this thread sticky, lütfen!
What would be those modern equivalents?
kalemiye wrote:What is the difference between etmek and eylemek?
kalemiye wrote:I think eylemek is more common in Eastern Turkey, isn't it? I think 'eylemek' is actually used in Azeri as well.
I have heard it in several songs, in expressions such as "ne eylersin" (which I think it's a bit like "ne yaparsın?' isn't it?).
Meera wrote:Do you have to where veil in Turkey? I'm just wondering for if I go there do I have to where one or not?
kalemiye wrote:Meera wrote:Do you have to where veil in Turkey? I'm just wondering for if I go there do I have to where one or not?
No, there is no need to wear the hiyab unless you want to, but it is forbidden to wear it at, i.e., universities or schools.
Meera wrote:I have another question, I'm really confused on Beni, Bana, Bende, Benden, seni, sana, sende, senden, onu, ona, onda, ondan, sizi, size and all the other ones, I don't understand what the differnes are and what they mean?
, instead you say bana), and that is why they have to be learnt by heart.bene
Meera wrote:teşekkürler!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it makes sense now!
kalemiye wrote:Ben bir şey soracaktım. Ne zaman 'olur' denilir, ne zaman 'olsun' denilir? Mesela:
'Cuma günü buluşalım mı?' 'Olur'
'Cuma günü buluşalım mı?' 'Olsun'
adventrue wrote:Okuldan doneli daha yarim saat olmamisken, ayse aradi.
Can anyone explain to me the grammatical form of this word `doneli`? is it a noun?
And i read earlier that "tovbe tovbe" can be used instead of Estağfurullah. but what does it mean= "tovbe" seems to mean "regret" so that does not make sense to me...
So I guess that suffixes stablishes a temporal connection between the verb with the suffix -li and the main one, meaning normally "since".
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