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30.       tunci
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 14 Jun 2013 Fri 05:42 pm

 

Quoting kashf-ul-eman

 

 

ohhhh then why Uzun was being used in that sentence {#emotions_dlg.think}

 

Because sometimes people don´t want to be bothered  to say the whole thing, It´s just the way of  collaquial usage , by dropping "boylu".

Everyone knows that just "uzun" doesn´t mean "tall" on its own however when you use it with a person, people will know  that the person  is talking about "tall" [the height of a person] , although it is not a proper way.,people use it that way.. its just a collaquial way.

 

Ayşe uzun ve zayıf bir kız  =  Ayşe uzun boylu ve zayıf bir kız  ===> Ayşe is a tall and thin girl. 

 

 

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31.       kashf-ul-eman
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 14 Jun 2013 Fri 05:47 pm

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

Because sometimes people don´t want to be bothered  to say the whole thing, It´s just the way of  collaquial usage , by dropping "boylu".

Everyone knows that just "uzun" doesn´t mean "tall" on its own however when you use it with a person, people will know  that the person  is talking about "tall" [the height of a person] , although it is not a proper way.,people use it that way.. its just a collaquial way.

 

 

Ayşe uzun ve zayıf bir kız  =  Ayşe uzun boylu ve zayıf bir kız  ===> Ayşe is a tall and thin girl. 

 

 

 

 

çok teşükkür edirim. this information is very fruitful.

32.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 14 Jun 2013 Fri 06:33 pm

Ayşenin bacakları, kolları, parmakları, burnu, boynu, dili vs tek tek uzun olabilir ama Ayşe uzun olmaz; Ayşe uzun boylu olur.

Millete yanlış yunluş şeyler öğretmeyin.

 

33.       Kelowna
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 14 Jun 2013 Fri 08:48 pm

my try

Quoting AlphaF

Ayşenin bacakları, kolları, parmakları, burnu, boynu, dili vs tek tek uzun olabilir ama Ayşe uzun olmaz; Ayşe uzun boylu olur.

ayse legs, arms, fingers,nose, neck, tongue  - all in all possible long - but ayse to be long: okay ayse is tall

Millete yanlış yunluş şeyler öğretmeyin.

people i did not teach the wrong thing

 

 

 

millete  is in regards to other turks ?

 

 

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34.       caliptrix
3055 posts
 15 Jun 2013 Sat 02:32 am

 

Quoting AlphaF

Ayşenin bacakları, kolları, parmakları, burnu, boynu, dili vs tek tek uzun olabilir ama Ayşe uzun olmaz; Ayşe uzun boylu olur.

Millete yanlış yunluş şeyler öğretmeyin.

 

 

Yanlış olduğunu düşünmüyorum. İkisi de günlük hayatta sıkça kullanılıyor.

35.       caliptrix
3055 posts
 15 Jun 2013 Sat 02:36 am

 

Quoting Kelowna

my try

Ayşenin bacakları, kolları, parmakları, burnu, boynu, dili vs tek tek uzun olabilir ama Ayşe uzun olmaz; Ayşe uzun boylu olur.

ayse legs, arms, fingers,nose, neck, tongue  - all in all possible long - but ayse to be long: okay ayse is tall

Millete yanlış yunluş şeyler öğretmeyin.

people i did not teach the wrong thing

millete  is in regards to other turks ?

 

 

 

He thinks, some of people on the forum teach wrong. so he says;

Don´t teach people wrong things

He calls learners as millet.

 

I personally think that both are used widely in practical language, and not wrong.

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36.       MoustacheFan
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 15 Jun 2013 Sat 05:10 am

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      kashf-ul-eman 
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 13 Jun 2013 Thu 04:07 pm

 

You are tall. --> Sen uzunsun.

My question is that why we used sun instead of sin, as as this is not i -type suffix to.

reason for this??

Thanks in anitcipation!

 

Hi, I remembered the vowel harmony rule like this and it was easy:

e goes with dotted letters: ö ü i

a goes with undotted letters: o u ı

 

The last vowel will indicate to you which vowel will follow.

After a while it will come naturally to you. Good luck with your learning!

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37.       kashf-ul-eman
180 posts
 15 Jun 2013 Sat 12:10 pm

 

Quoting MoustacheFan

Hi, I remembered the vowel harmony rule like this and it was easy:

e goes with dotted letters: ö ü i

a goes with undotted letters: o u ı

 

The last vowel will indicate to you which vowel will follow.

After a while it will come naturally to you. Good luck with your learning!

Thank you MoustacheFan this formula is very interesting to learn.

 

38.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 17 Jun 2013 Mon 08:04 am

 

Quoting caliptrix

 

 

Yanlış olduğunu düşünmüyorum. İkisi de günlük hayatta sıkça kullanılıyor.

 

Günlük hayatta birçok şeyi yanlış yapan tonla kişi var. Söylediğin lafın bir manası yok.

Laf olsun, asmalar budansın.

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