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1.       am_1010
246 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 01:54 pm

how do you say "how many languages do you speak?" in turkce?

2.       harp00n
3989 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 02:31 pm

 

Quoting am_1010

how do you say "how many languages do you speak?" in turkce?

 

Kaç dil biliyorsun ?

3.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 06:59 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

4.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 06:59 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

5.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 06:59 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

6.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 06:59 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

7.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 06:59 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

8.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 06:59 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

9.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 07:00 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

10.       Abdelrahman575
8 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 07:00 pm

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

11.       denizli
959 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 07:22 pm

Can you give an example in a sentence where it was change to ´da´?

12.       tunci
7149 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 07:36 pm

 

 

Quoting Abdelrahman575

I only Have a Question,the word "de"(also) is a word NOT a suffix,why do we use the major vowel harmony with it?,why does it become da?,I mean its
like the word Ev we dont make Av.
Please Help

 

" Ev " and "de" are different things.


 " Ev " is a noun [isim] whereas  "de" is :


1)  a suffix as locative case ---> Kafede  [at cafe],  Sarayda [ in [at] palace]


 So, it has to go with  the vowel harmony ---> Sarayda


2)  a conjunction  [also, as well ] ---> Ben de geliyorum.


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" Ev " is a noun and when it takes suffix, the suffix obeys the VH [vowel harmony] but  "Ev "doesn´t change.


Evde,  Evden, Evi, Evsiz, Evli , Evse

 

13.       denizli
959 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 07:56 pm

14.       denizli
959 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 08:03 pm

for 2) a conjunction [also, as well ] does de follow vowel harmony?

 

Are there other words that follow vowel harmony based on the preceeding word (besides mu)?

15.       tunci
7149 posts
 24 Feb 2014 Mon 08:20 pm

 

Quoting denizli

for 2) a conjunction [also, as well ] does de follow vowel harmony?

 

Are there other words that follow vowel harmony based on the preceeding word (besides mu)?

 

"de" can follow harmony only in two form -de or -da

 

Ben de  --> I also

da ---> He/she  also

Bide ---> We also

Onlada ---> They also

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*MI can take 4 forms according to vowel harmony:

 

-mi

-mı

-mu

-mü

*****************

Geldin mi ?

Kaldın mı ?

Oldu mu ?

Gördü mü ?

 

16.       am_1010
246 posts
 25 Feb 2014 Tue 08:06 pm

"de" alone is a word and yes it means also but when it´s added to a word like istanbul´da (in istanbul) or ev´de (at home) then it becomes a suffix and when it becomes a suffix then it means --> [in, on, at...] 

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