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1.       pekka
46 posts
 20 Jul 2015 Mon 08:05 am

hello,

in this sentence "mevcut planın işe yaramadığının ortada olduğunu" kaydetti

 

in this sentence I am confused with yaramadığının and olduğunu can someone explain it

2.       matdamon
74 posts
 20 Jul 2015 Mon 12:15 pm

 

Quoting pekka

hello,

in this sentence "mevcut planın işe yaramadığının ortada olduğunu" kaydetti

 

in this sentence I am confused with yaramadığının and olduğunu can someone explain it

 

Hi,

 

Here is my try but I´m not Turkish !

"işe yaramadığının" is the subject of the verb "olduğunu" which is the complement of "kaydetti".

 

You could translate it this way : 

 

He wrote down that it became clear that the available plan could not do the job.

 

It´s better if you wait for a Turkish native {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile},

Best,

 

Matthieu

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3.       Faruk
1607 posts
 20 Jul 2015 Mon 11:28 pm

 

Quoting pekka

hello,

in this sentence "mevcut planın işe yaramadığının ortada olduğunu" kaydetti

 

in this sentence I am confused with yaramadığının and olduğunu can someone explain it

 

Hi pekka,

 

Matt has already explain it well. But I would like to add more information.

 

When you are quoting a statement, you change the verb of that sentence to a noun.

For example:

Faruk: Ben eve gidiyorum.

Pekka: Faruk eve gittiğini söyledi.

 

Your verb could be anything else: söyledi, kaydetti, iddia etti, belirtti, etc. You usually see this type of sentences in news.

 

I hope it was clear. If not, please ask for more

 

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