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1.       annie18
16 posts
 04 Oct 2013 Fri 11:18 am

the house is on the left of road / or path..

yol or sokak

bir ev yolun(sokak´ın) solda var ..??

there is a school on the right.

orada bir okul sağda var ?

 

you are bringing his books from his car , sen kitaplarını arabasınden gitiriyorsun ??



Edited (10/4/2013) by annie18
Edited (10/4/2013) by annie18

2.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 04 Oct 2013 Fri 11:30 am

 

Quoting annie18

the house is on the left of road / or path..Ev yolun solundadır.

bir ev yolun solda var ..??

there is a school on the right. Sağda bir okul var.

orada bir okul sağda var ?

 

 

 

 



Edited (10/4/2013) by AlphaF

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3.       annie18
16 posts
 04 Oct 2013 Fri 11:36 am

wht abt the last sentense it is good ?

4.       MarioninTurkey
6124 posts
 04 Oct 2013 Fri 12:15 pm

 

Quoting annie18

 

you are bringing his books from his car , sen kitaplarını arabasınden gitiriyorsun ??

 

 

I´m going to make a few suggestions so you can correct it yourself.

 

1. Endings such as -den need to obey the rules of vowel harmony. If the previous vowel is a front vowel, you use the ending -den. If not, you use -dan.

 

2. Gitmek means to go. To bring is getirmek.

 

3. To ask a question in Turkish, you need to use the mı, mi, mu, or mü question word, depending on vowel harmony.  The personal ending goes on the mi- part.

 

e.g. gidiyorsun = you are going

gidiyor musun? = are you going?

 

Now, post your own correction and see if you get "well done" replies to that ....

 

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5.       annie18
16 posts
 07 Oct 2013 Mon 12:21 am

 

 

Quoting MarioninTurkey

 

 

 

I´m going to make a few suggestions so you can correct it yourself.

 

1. Endings such as -den need to obey the rules of vowel harmony. If the previous vowel is a front vowel, you use the ending -den. If not, you use -dan.

 

2. Gitmek means to go. To bring is getirmek.

 

3. To ask a question in Turkish, you need to use the mı, mi, mu, or mü question word, depending on vowel harmony.  The personal ending goes on the mi- part.

 

e.g. gidiyorsun = you are going

gidiyor musun? = are you going?

 

Now, post your own correction and see if you get "well done" replies to that ....

 

 

sen kitaplarını arabasından gitiriyor musun ?

 

well done by me thanks alot dear

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