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1.       mehmet111
195 posts
 29 May 2014 Thu 12:25 am

Final sınavlarım 6 Haziran´da bitiyor. Bir aksilik olmazsa ayın 7´sinde veya 8´inde eve dönüyorum. Başka bir hesapla yeni dersler yazmaya başlayacağım. Yazdığım 129 dersle ilgili şu ana kadar bazı öğrenicilerden olumlu geri bildirim aldım, yalnızca 1 tane olumsuz geri bildirim aldım, siteye çok geç katıldığım için de çoğu öğreniciye belki faydalı olamamışımdır. Yazacağım yeni dersler bu hesaptaki derslere benzer olacak ama konuları daha iyi anlayabilmeniz için daha değişik şeyler denemeyi planlıyorum. Meselâ kelime dağarcığına daha fazla önem vereceğim. Fikir vermek isteyen (özellikle öğreniciler) bir şeyler yazabilir.

(My final exams finish on 6th of  June. If any given problem doesn´t happen, I go back home on 7th or 8th. I will start to write new lessons by a new account. About 129 lessons I have written so far, I got positive feedbacks from some learners, I got just 1 negative feedback, and perhaps I also couldn´t have been beneficial to most of learners because I joined the site so late. The new lessons I will write will be similiar to the lessons which are in this account but I´m planning to try different things so that you can understand the topics better. For example, I will give the vocabulary more importance. Who wants to advise (especially learners) can write something.)

 

Teşekkürler.

 

sınav, imtihan (exam)

aksilik, terslik (problem, misfortune)

şu ana kadar, şimdiye kadar (so far)

geri bildirim (feedback, (pure: back-notification))

olumlu x olumsuz (positive x negative)

fikir vermek (to advise : purely : to give thought)



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2.       raydin
135 posts
 29 May 2014 Thu 07:49 am

Could you in under one lesson easily lay out and explain how to express these in turkish

 

should, could, would.

does

doesnt, shouldnt, wouldnt, havent, wont, wasnt. 

 

like for example

doesnt: maz, mez

should: ?? (i dont even know how to express should in turkish, but hopefully i can learn that)

Could:

Would:

wouldnt:

 

etc..etc..

 

this would help me a lot thanks

 

but other then that your lessons are terrific. I find myself always going to your lessons when trying to learn. 

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3.       mehmet111
195 posts
 29 May 2014 Thu 03:25 pm

 

Quoting raydin

Could you in under one lesson easily lay out and explain how to express these in turkish

 

should, could, would.

does

doesnt, shouldnt, wouldnt, havent, wont, wasnt.

 

In this account, I wrote those topics in different lessons because I wanted to be able to go into much more details. If I gathered them in one lesson, the lesson would be too long. But I will also consider what you have said. Thanks

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4.       denizli
961 posts
 31 May 2014 Sat 04:42 pm

These are good exam terminologies, thank you.

Are these OK?

My exam is today. - Bugün sınavım.

I have an exam today. - Bugün bir sınavım var.

Is my exam today? - Bugün sınavım mı?

5.       mehmet111
195 posts
 31 May 2014 Sat 06:04 pm

 

Quoting denizli

These are good exam terminologies, thank you.

Are these OK?

My exam is today. - Bugün sınavım.

I have an exam today. - Bugün bir sınavım var.

Is my exam today? - Bugün sınavım mı?

 

 

According to the normal syntax:

Sınavım bugün (My exam is today). But yours one is correct, too.

subject+predicate

 

If you want to definitely emphasize "my exam is ´´´´today´´´´ ", you can locate the predicate in the beginning of the sentence: "Bugün sınavım."

 

One understands it even if one doesn´t use "bir".

"Bugün sınavım var." quite understandable, too.

 

sınav+m (my exam)

sınavım

 

Sınavım bugün mü? (Is my exam today?)

subject+predicate+question about the predicate

 

http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_lesson_331 (syntax)

http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_lesson_370 (question emphasizing)

 

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6.       denizli
961 posts
 31 May 2014 Sat 06:23 pm

What´s interesting is, with "to be", "bugün" is at the end. With "to have", "bugün" is at the beginning.

7.       mehmet111
195 posts
 01 Jun 2014 Sun 07:36 pm

 

Bu bizim dilimizin kendine has bir yapısı. Gerçi cümle düzeni bazı Ural-Altay dillerinde de bizimki gibi. Yeni hesaptaki derslerde bu konuyu daha ayrıntılı açıklamayı düşünüyorum, sanırım öyle gerekiyor. This is a characteristic structure of our language. In fact, the syntax is like ours one in some Uralic-Altaic languages. I am thinking over explaining this topic in more details in the new account´s lessons, and I think it is needed like that.

8.       denizli
961 posts
 01 Jun 2014 Sun 10:34 pm

Thanks. I guess it occured to me afterwards, in this particular case, it´s the same order as English would be. But yes in general I seem to get the order incorrect sometimes.

9.       mehmet111
195 posts
 15 Jun 2014 Sun 01:29 pm

Ve dediğim gibi yazmaya başladım : And I started to write the new ones, like I had said.

http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_lesson_401



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10.       GulBahar
224 posts
 18 Jun 2014 Wed 02:53 pm

Özür dilerim çok geç belki ama bece çok önemli birşey. 

 

Türkiye´de yaşamıyoruz diye ya henüz varmadık bence

Ders anladıktan sonra, bol bol eğitim olmak gerekiyor. 

 

Since the majority of us don´t live in Tuekey or haven´t yet been there, I think after the new rules are explained and studied, we need to do so many practice so that the rule get stuck and even become familiar to us. 

It would be greater  If the practice even included some audio records even if the audio records are from any series or conversation (I know this part might be very hard). 

Hopefully we´ll be able to use properly and in. It´s place after all. 

 

Thanks for all your efforts. 



Edited (6/18/2014) by GulBahar

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