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Ankaraya donuyorsun?
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1.       Siavash2015
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 17 Apr 2017 Mon 09:10 pm

Hi everyone.

I have a question. 

Ankaraya donuyormusun?

 

Does the sentence indicate a future tense?

Can "yor"´form of the verb indicate future?



Edited (4/18/2017) by Siavash2015

2.       harp00n
3991 posts
 17 Apr 2017 Mon 10:57 pm

Quoting Siavash2015

Hi everyone.

I have a question. 

Ankaraya donuyorsun?

 

Does the sentence indicate a future tense?

Can "yor"´form of the verb indicate future?

 

Question form should be "Ankara´ya m覺 dönüyorsun ?"

It´s present continuous tense.

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3.       Siavash2015
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 18 Apr 2017 Tue 12:25 am

Sorry I made a mistake.

The correct context is this:

Bugün Ankara"ya donuyormsun?

 

My question is, can I use "yor" for future events?

4.       harp00n
3991 posts
 18 Apr 2017 Tue 09:49 am

 

Quoting Siavash2015

Sorry I made a mistake.

The correct context is this:

Bugün Ankara"ya donuyormsun?

 

My question is, can I use "yor" for future events?

 

 

It´s present continuous tense also.

 

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5.       JNQ
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 18 Apr 2017 Tue 01:33 pm

 

Quoting Siavash2015

My question is, can I use "yor" for future events?

 

"Yor" means to be doing something now, or starting something now, or at least within the next minutes or so.
Are you going to Ankara?

 

If someone means to say "Will you be going to Ankara?" or "Will you go to Ankara (next year, next week)?" specifically in the future, they will use ecek/acak.

 

In English you could maybe say: "Are you going to Ankara next week?" (for example there is an event) but in Turkish you would generally use ´ecek/acak´.

 



Edited (4/21/2017) by JNQ [Learned some things.]

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6.       gokuyum
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 18 Apr 2017 Tue 04:11 pm

You can easily use some tenses instead of other tenses in Turkish. This is called "zaman kaymas覺/anlam kaymas覺 (time slip/meaning slip)". So with present continous tense you can mean future. There are other possibilities too:

Present continous means future:

Yar覺n geliyorum.

Present simple tense means past:

Maça gidelim derler ve giderler.

Present simple means future:

Yar覺n gider.

Present continous means simple present:

Her hafta sonu sinemaya gidiyor.

 

http://dilbilgisi.gen.tr/fiillerde-anlam-kaymasi/

 

 

 

 

 

 



Edited (4/18/2017) by gokuyum
Edited (4/18/2017) by gokuyum
Edited (4/18/2017) by gokuyum

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7.       scalpel - -
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 19 Apr 2017 Wed 04:23 am

 

Quoting Siavash2015

Sorry I made a mistake.

The correct context is this:

Bugün Ankara"ya donuyormsun?

 

My question is, can I use "yor" for future events?

 

of course you can. The only condition is that, as in your example sentence, you must use a time word such as "tomorrow," "this week," "next year" etc.

yar覺n eve dönüyorum.

bu hafta Antalya´ya gidiyorum.

bu akam d覺ar覺ya ç覺k覺yorum.

seneye 襤stanbul´a ta覺n覺yorum.

pazartesi günü ie bal覺yorum.

2018´de emekli oluyorum.

 

 

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8.       Siavash2015
38 posts
 19 Apr 2017 Wed 08:55 pm

I got it.

Thank you very much everyone.

9.       Siavash2015
38 posts
 20 Apr 2017 Thu 11:26 pm

Sorry one more question.

襤stanbula yaln覺z m覺 gidiyorsunuz? 

There´s no "time word" in this sentence

So, how can I understand whether it´s" present continuous" or "future"?

10.       harp00n
3991 posts
 21 Apr 2017 Fri 08:47 am

 

Quoting Siavash2015

Sorry one more question.

襤stanbula yaln覺z m覺 gidiyorsunuz? 

There´s no "time word" in this sentence

So, how can I understand whether it´s" present continuous" or "future"?

 

It´s present continuous.

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