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1.       KediNero
418 posts
 25 May 2014 Sun 11:41 pm

What is difference between yaptıydım and yapmıştım?

 

 

2.       tunci
7149 posts
 26 May 2014 Mon 01:25 am

 

Quoting KediNero

What is difference between yaptıydım and yapmıştım?

 

 

 

-dIydI 

 

This form is very rarely used in daily language [verbal language] which is very close to -mIştI form.

Verb stem + dI + y + dı + Personal suffix

Yap         + tı   + y + dı    +   m

 

Bu sabah kahvaltı yaptıydım.

I had had my breakfast this morning.

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Geçen yaz İngilizce kursuna gittiydi.

He/She had gone to English course last summer.

 

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Dün ona telefon ettiydik.

We had phoned him yesterday.

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3.       KediNero
418 posts
 26 May 2014 Mon 05:54 am

Çok teşekkür ederim Tunci

4.       mehmet111
195 posts
 26 May 2014 Mon 04:18 pm

 

 

simple past tense (-di) + past of additional verb (idi)

-miş + past of additional verb (idi)

 

-diydi is not used very much in official texts, almost never. But both are often used in spoken.



Edited (5/26/2014) by mehmet111

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