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1.       Yarvik364
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 08:58 am

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2.       ikicihan
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 09:31 am

1. Hayvanat bahçesindeki maymunu gördüm.

I saw the monkey in the zoo.
(not any other place but in that particular place we talked about before)

 

2. Hayvanat bahçesinde maymunu  gördüm.

I saw the monkey in zoo.

 

2.2 Hayvanat bahçesinde maymunu gördüm.

I saw a monkey in zoo.

 

3. Bu hayvan hayvanat bahçesinde yaşıyor.
That animal lives in zoo.

 

corrections are welcomed.



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3.       Abla
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 09:50 am

Quote: Yarvik364

1. Hayvanat bahçesindeki maymunu gördüm.

2. Hayvanat bahçesinde maymunu gördüm.

3. Bu hayvan hayvanat bahçesinde yaşıyor.

 

1. Which monkey did you see? (The head of the pink part is the following noun.)

2. Where did you see the monkey? (The head of the pink part is the predicate.)

3. Where does this animal live? (The head of the pink part is the predicate also.)

 

Syntactically

 

                         (hayvanat bahçesinde)ki maymun

 

is like

 

                         komik maymun

                         küçük maymun

                         oynayan maymun...

 

Because there is no such structure in English local adverbial + -ki usually translates as a relative clause: ´The monkey which is in the zoo´.

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4.       Yarvik364
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 09:51 am

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5.       Yarvik364
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 09:52 am

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6.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 26 Jan 2013 Sat 09:56 am

 

Quoting Yarvik364

I saw the monkey in a zoo.

Is this possible: Hayvanat bahçesindeki maymunuku gördüm?!

Cheers,

___R___

 

I think that suffix -ki is only for words ending with -de/-da.
For nouns you just use acusative. You saw who? , Maymunu gördün.
Check this out:
http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/ki.htm



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Edited (1/26/2013) by nemanjasrb

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7.       nemanjasrb
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 10:02 am

That can be used like: ´´That is in school´´,or ´´The one who is in school´´

Okulda olan adam.-The man who  is in the school.
Okuldaki adam-The man who is in the school. 



 



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8.       Yarvik364
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 10:02 am

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9.       Abla
3647 posts
 26 Jan 2013 Sat 10:08 am

Quote: Yarvik364

Bana öyle geliyor ki bizi anlıyoruz Cool.

 

Nice. Just remember the attached -ki and the conjunction ki (which stands on its own) are two different things.

10.       Yarvik364
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 26 Jan 2013 Sat 10:28 am

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