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1.       Yarvik364
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 20 Jan 2013 Sun 10:06 am

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Edited (7/23/2016) by Yarvik364

2.       gokuyum
5050 posts
 20 Jan 2013 Sun 11:42 am

 

Quoting Yarvik364

Hello there!

I am confused: içecek is a noun in this case, isn´t it? And so is bir şey. One would expect a verb somewhere. 

Lütfen ona içmek bir şey verin?!

Kind regards,

Robert

 

İf you put word "içecek" before "bir şey". İçecek becomes an adjective. And there is a verb at the end of the sentence: ver-mek.

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3.       Henry
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 20 Jan 2013 Sun 11:45 am

 

Quoting Yarvik364

Hello there!

I am confused: içecek is a noun in this case, isn´t it? And so is bir şey. One would expect a verb somewhere. 

Lütfen ona içmek bir şey verin?!

Kind regards,

Robert

 

Merhaba Smile

The verb is at the end

vermek = to give,

ver = give! (imperative, command)

verin = (you) give (2nd person polite imperative)

Please give him/her/it something to drink.

Lütfen ona içmek bir şey verebilir misin?

Can you give him/her/it something to drink please?

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