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looking for a book to help conjugate verbs in Turkish
1.       stumpy
638 posts
 07 Jan 2013 Mon 07:10 pm

I am wondering if there is a book or manual to help conjugate verbs in Turkish.

Here we have a little manual called Bescherelle and this is conjugation manual in French and is used through out the schools.

I looked on the Bescherelle site and they only have it for French, English, Spanish, Arab, Latin, German and Chineese.

I am just wondering if there is something similar to this in Turkish?

2.       ikicihan
1127 posts
 07 Jan 2013 Mon 07:14 pm

i dont know if there are books for this purpose but i know that there is at least one computer software for this:

 

The Magic of Conjugating Turkish Verbs

http://www.ipb.nu/winmekmak/

3.       stumpy
638 posts
 07 Jan 2013 Mon 07:35 pm

teşekkür ederim

4.       Abla
3642 posts
 07 Jan 2013 Mon 11:05 pm

Why don´t you conjugate them yourself, stumpy? They are so regular.

5.       stumpy
638 posts
 08 Jan 2013 Tue 01:03 am

to conjugate them I have to know how each tense is and with a "template" then I could figure out how all the other verbs will be conjugated.

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