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Suffix -CE,I guess :D
1.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 17 Nov 2012 Sat 10:36 pm

Suffix -ce,I saw it a lot of time,but I still don´t know what´s that.
I guess it´s that suffix,I´m not sure,but you are probably yes
Example:
Büyüyünce ne olmak istiyorsun?
.. If there is alrealdy this topic,just send me the link,or some website,I didn´t found anything .. 

2.       ahmet_a1b2
392 posts
 17 Nov 2012 Sat 10:49 pm

Büyüyünce = Büyüdüğün zaman = When you grow up...

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3.       Abla
3647 posts
 17 Nov 2012 Sat 10:50 pm

The adverbial clause with -IncA denotes an action slightly prior to the main verb. One of the many ways to say ´when´.

 

http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_54244

http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/avctime.htm

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4.       ikicihan
1127 posts
 18 Nov 2012 Sun 04:04 am

 

Quoting ahmet_a1b2

Büyüyünce = Büyüdüğün zaman = When you grow up...

 

 

Büyü-(y)-ünce
There are four possible forms
of this suffix: -ınca, -ince, -unca, -ünce

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5.       Abla
3647 posts
 18 Nov 2012 Sun 10:04 am

...and this adverbial verb form doesn´t actually show the person at all. So, in your sentence

 

                      Büyüyünce ne olmak istiyorsun?

 

the person, sg 2nd, shows only in the main verb. Thus, the pl 1st person for example would be

 

                      Büyüyünce ne olmak istiyoruz?

 

This feature, following the main clause predicate in person and number, is typical to adverbial clauses. But read more in the links.

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6.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 18 Nov 2012 Sun 10:17 am

 

Quoting Abla

...and this adverbial verb form doesn´t actually show the person at all. So, in your sentence

 

                      Büyüyünce ne olmak istiyorsun?

 

the person, sg 2nd, shows only in the main verb. Thus, the pl 1st person for example would be

 

                      Büyüyünce ne olmak istiyoruz?

 

This feature, following the main clause predicate in person and number, is typical to adverbial clauses. But read more in the links.


I see.. I alrelady read that.. I think that I understand that pretty much good..  Thank you.
I have to ask this: Why is büyüYünce,and not with Ğ. What´s difference between that? But,it looks so much better with Y,I have to agree.  

 

7.       Abla
3647 posts
 18 Nov 2012 Sun 10:20 am

Because it comes from the verb stem büyü-, not from the adjective büyük. Where can you get the ğ from when there is no k in the first place, eh?

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8.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 18 Nov 2012 Sun 10:36 am

 

Quoting Abla

Because it comes from the verb stem büyü-, not from the adjective büyük. Where can you get the ğ from when there is no k in the first place, eh?

 

I didn´t know that verb stem is büyü-,ehh. :



Edited (11/18/2012) by nemanjasrb [ehh]

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