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1.       mikex
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 26 Apr 2013 Fri 06:53 am

Go to Gerunds

www.turkishyes.com

 

2.       si++
3785 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 07:42 am

 

 

Mikex

First you should learn what gerund means in Turkish. Apperantly you make the same mistake some of us had made here.

 

We have discussed it here some time ago:

http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_54244_0

3.       tunci
7149 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 08:47 am

 

Quoting si++

 

 

Mikex

First you should learn what gerund means in Turkish. Apperantly you make the same mistake some of us had made here.

 

We have discussed it here some time ago:

http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_54244_0

 

They are Gerunds Si++, apperantly you too make the same mistakes.Smile

As you review that discussion we had, you will see all the authorities of  Turkish Language  consider them as Gerunds. 



Edited (4/26/2013) by tunci

4.       si++
3785 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 09:07 am

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

They are Gerunds Si++, apperantly you too make the same mistakes.Smile

 

 

Well tunci,

 

I suggest you start with reading identifying verbals for example. If you still insinst then we can further talk.

5.       tunci
7149 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 11:11 am

 

Quoting si++

 

 

Well tunci,

 

I suggest you start with reading identifying verbals for example. If you still insinst then we can further talk.

 

Si ++,   Check this on tdk [turkish language instutition] website ;

http://m.tdk.org.tr/?option=com_karsilik&view=karsilik&kategori1=abecesel&kelime2=G

 

and also ;

 

gerundium 
isim, dil bilgisi Almanca Gerundium
bakınız zarf-fiil

 

 



Edited (4/26/2013) by tunci
Edited (4/26/2013) by tunci

6.       tunci
7149 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 11:15 am

 

And  Zarf  fiil [gerundium [ in German] , gerunds [in English]  is ;

 

 

http://www.tdk.gov.tr/index.php?option=com_gts&arama=gts&kelime=zarf-fiil&guid=TDK.GTS.517a3b46b9e673.38374952

zarf-fiil 
isim, dil bilgisi

isim, dil bilgisi Zarf olarak kullanılan fiil soyundan kelime, ulaç, durum ulacı, bağ-fiil, sıla sıygası
"Koşarak geldi. Düşünmeden söyledi."

 



Edited (4/26/2013) by tunci

7.       si++
3785 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 11:37 am

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

 

As you review that discussion we had, you will see all the authorities of  Turkish Language  consider them as Gerunds

 

Appreantly you must have misundertood something here.

 

Gerund is a non-finite verb form, serving as a verbal noun. And we call verbal nouns "isimfiil" in Turkish.

 

Here´s a brief of the correcr English terms for others:

 

Gerund: a verbal form that functions as a noun ("isimfiil" in Turkish)

 

Gerundive: denotes verbal adjectives ("sıfatfiil" in Turkish), verbal adverbs ("zarffiil" in Turkish), or certain finite verb forms. The word comes from Latin gerundīvus ("of a gerund"), which is from gerundium ("gerund"), derived from gerundus, which is itself the gerundive of gerō ("carry, bear, carry out").

 

 

So the correct English term for what tunci (or mikex) incorrectly call gerund is gerundive.

 

More on gerundive: here

8.       tunci
7149 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 11:45 am

 

Quoting si++

 

 

Appreantly you must have misundertood something here.

 

Gerund is a non-finite verb form, serving as a verbal noun. And we call verbal nouns "isimfiil" in Turkish.

 

Here´s a brief of the correcr English terms for others:

 

Gerund: a verbal form that functions as a noun ("isimfiil" in Turkish)

 

Gerundive: denotes verbal adjectives ("sıfatfiil" in Turkish), verbal adverbs ("zarffiil" in Turkish), or certain finite verb forms. The word comes from Latin gerundīvus ("of a gerund"), which is from gerundium ("gerund"), derived from gerundus, which is itself the gerundive of gerō ("carry, bear, carry out").

 

 

So the correct English term for what tunci (or mikex) incorrectly call gerund is gerundive.

 

More on gerundive: here

 

This  is not what tunci [or mikex] call it, this is top turkish language authorities and TDK call it, thats the difference.  

Do you know better than TDK ? [ Turkish Language Instutition ? ]

 

9.       si++
3785 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 11:54 am

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

This  is not what tunci [or mikex] call it, this is top turkish language authorities and TDK call it, thats the difference.  

Do you know better than TDK ? [ Turkish Language Instutition ? ]

 

 

Oh tunci, dear bro,

 

I think you should step back and accept you are wrong.

 

I have a feeling that you misunderstand those top turkish language authorities and TDK.

 

I will seriously doubt that you cannot even undertand a simple sentence like this:

 

Gerund is verbal form that functions as a noun. This is the definition of gerund in English. So what would you call it in Turkish?

"isimfiil", no?

10.       tunci
7149 posts
 26 Apr 2013 Fri 11:56 am

 

Quoting si++

 

 

Oh tunci, dear bro,

 

I think you should step back and accept you are wrong.

 

I have a feeling that you misunderstand those top turkish language authorities and TDK.

 

I will seriously doubt that you cannot even undertand a simple sentence like this:

 

Gerund is verbal form that functions as a noun. This is the definition of gerund in English. So what would you call it in Turkish?

"isimfiil", no?

 

Dear Si++ , dear bro : 

 

We are talking about Zarf  fiil [ ulaç] not  isim fiil.  That is very simple..I don´t know why you don´t want to see that simple fact ? You are a clever man.

 

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