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1.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 16 Feb 2012 Thu 12:47 am

Artık= what is meaning in this sentences

ama ben seni görmek istiyorum.artık

Artık cevap verme. Ben seni görmek istemiyorum. İnsan sevdiğini üzermi. Neyse boşver

2.       Henry
2604 posts
 16 Feb 2012 Thu 01:05 am

Artık cevap verme.

Don´t reply anymore

(artık means anymore when used with a negative verb)

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3.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 16 Feb 2012 Thu 03:39 am

 

Quoting Henry

Artık cevap verme.

Don´t reply anymore

(artık means anymore when used with a negative verb)

 

thanks Henry, But if it used with a positive verb , I think it is means (NOW) is it right or not ?

4.       Henry
2604 posts
 16 Feb 2012 Thu 05:04 am

 

Quoting nifrtity

 

 

thanks Henry, But if it used with a positive verb , I think it is means (NOW) is it right or not ?

 

The word for ´now´ is şimdi.

Artık means ´from now on´.

You can read some more here  

 



Edited (2/16/2012) by Henry [wrong link]

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5.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 16 Feb 2012 Thu 06:14 am

 

Quoting Henry

 

 

The word for ´now´ is şimdi.

Artık means ´from now on´.

You can read some more here

 

 

thanks

6.       Abla
3647 posts
 16 Feb 2012 Thu 08:05 am

artık marks a turning-point, the moment when something is going to be different than it was before.

7.       tristerecuerdos
518 posts
 05 May 2012 Sat 03:41 pm

from the dictionary I learnt that artik meant "from now on" and "left over too" but don´t get how it also means left over, it confuses me..

8.       angel_of_death
686 posts
 05 May 2012 Sat 07:08 pm

 

Quoting tristerecuerdos

from the dictionary I learnt that artik meant "from now on" and "left over too" but don´t get how it also means left over, it confuses me..

 

artik as noun means left over, it has a different intonation than artik as an adverb.

ar-tık, noun, stress on the second syllable

ar-tık, adverb, stress on the first syllable

 

the noun artik derives from "artı"(plus, add, what is too much)

9.       Haydi
36 posts
 05 May 2012 Sat 11:29 pm

 

 

Quoting angel_of_death

Artık 1)

 

Artık yaşlandı.

Eskiden İzmir´de oturuyordum. Artık Konya´da oturuyorum.

Artık yeter !!!

Maaşın 7000 olmuş. Eee artık kendine bir araba alırsın.

 

Artık 2)

 

köpeğin artığı

yemek artığı

Yemek artıklarını çöpe atma. Köpeğe ver.

 

 

artik as noun means left over, it has a different intonation than artik as an adverb.

ar-tık, noun, stress on the second syllable

ar-tık, adverb, stress on the first syllable

 

the noun artik derives from "artı"(plus, add, what is too much)

 

 

10.       emreteacher
43 posts
 05 May 2012 Sat 11:49 pm

 

Quoting Henry

 

 

The word for ´now´ is şimdi.

Artık means ´from now on´.

You can read some more here  

 

The word ´now´ isn´t only bearing the meaning ´şimdi´ but you may also translate it as ´artık´ ,which is exemplified in the following:

Benz´s first car is now in a museum in Munich. 

The baby can walk by himself now.

 

Focusing on the latter one specially,we can clearly see that the translation is better when translated as ´Bebek artık kendi kendine yürüyebiliyor´

 

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