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VS Di’li Geçmişin şartı
1.       lana-
352 posts
 04 Mar 2012 Sun 09:57 pm

First I have question about Dilek-şartın Hikayesi

*Kardeşim doktordur. Ben de doktor olsaydım kardeşimle birlikte çalışabileceğiz.

When Dilek-şartın Hikayesi is used, I wonder  for  the second part of the sentence

Ex; Sen buraya gelseydin, hep beraber olacağız  OR

Sen buraya gelseydin hep beraber olacaktık

And can somebody pls explain what is the meaning of Di’li Geçmişin şartı?

2.       harp00n
3993 posts
 04 Mar 2012 Sun 10:00 pm

It has simple explanation and its same as "If clauses" in English.

3.       lana-
352 posts
 04 Mar 2012 Sun 10:16 pm


Quoting harp00n

It has simple explanation and its same as "If clauses" in Engl


4.       Abla
3647 posts
 05 Mar 2012 Mon 08:11 am

No, harp00n, it´s simple for you but it´s not simple for a learner. It´s one of the trickiest things in Turkish syntax.


There are many old threads about the issue. Henry has made a kind of a summary in this thread and there are also some great posts from scalpel:




The old Erdinc´s post that Henry refers to is this:




Read them. At least you will get started, lana-.

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