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1.       Yarvik364
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 02 Feb 2013 Sat 08:12 am

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Edited (7/23/2016) by Yarvik364

2.       mltm
3690 posts
 02 Feb 2013 Sat 12:04 pm

The first one is correct because göl (lake) does not have a "kumsal", kumsal is a derivative of "kum" (sand) and it is used just for seashore with sand, "beach" in english.

Plaj is also used only for seaside, beach.



Edited (2/2/2013) by mltm

3.       Yarvik364
162 posts
 02 Feb 2013 Sat 08:15 pm

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Edited (7/23/2016) by Yarvik364

4.       mltm
3690 posts
 02 Feb 2013 Sat 08:28 pm

 

Quoting Yarvik364

 

 

Açıklaman için sana çok teşekkür ederim. Would you use a comma in this case or not?

 

No comma. and it is just "açıklaman"

benim açıklamam

senin açıklaman

onun açıklama

and also, no need for "sana". I just understand that you thank me as you thank for my explanation.

 



Edited (2/2/2013) by mltm

5.       Yarvik364
162 posts
 02 Feb 2013 Sat 09:00 pm

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Edited (7/23/2016) by Yarvik364

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