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Emphasis in Turkish Optative mood
1.       jbionic
1 posts
 10 Dec 2016 Sat 12:06 am

Hi all,


Would you please advise as to how to put emphasis right for Turkish Optative mood?

Do I have to stress the affix for 1st person singular/plural?

whereas for 2nd/3rd person (both singular and plural) do I stress the very last syllable of the root?


For instance,


göreyim

resin

re

görelim

resiniz

reler

2.       denizli
850 posts
 13 Dec 2016 Tue 11:30 pm

I think it´s:


göresin

 

göreler
but I agree with the other 4

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