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what means \"olurmu\" in the below sentence?
1.       Blue Wizard
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 20 Feb 2019 Wed 06:46 pm

"Yaralar çoald覺kça ac覺y覺 duymaz olurmu insan"

2.       scalpel - -
200 posts
 21 Feb 2019 Thu 08:03 pm

 

Quoting Blue Wizard

"Yaralar çoald覺kça ac覺y覺 duymaz olurmu insan"

 

between duymaz and duymaz olur there is no difference, both have the same meaning, precisely..

yaralar çoald覺kça aciy覺 duymaz insan <=> yaralar çoald覺kça ac覺y覺 duymaz olur insan.

-mu does not change the meaning, but, somehow, indicates, that it´s not a knowledge from your personal experience, but someone elses´ that either you obtained it by listening to them or read it from books or such.

yaralar çoald覺kça aciy覺 duymazm覺 insan <=> yaralar çoald覺kça ac覺y覺 duymaz olurmu insan.

 

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3.       qdemir
790 posts
 21 Feb 2019 Thu 08:26 pm

Very well explained.

4.       Blue Wizard
8 posts
 22 Feb 2019 Fri 01:04 pm

 

 



Edited (Feb 22) by Blue Wizard

5.       Blue Wizard
8 posts
 22 Feb 2019 Fri 01:21 pm

 

Quoting scalpel - -

 

 

between duymaz and duymaz olur there is no difference, both have the same meaning, precisely..

yaralar çoald覺kça aciy覺 duymaz insan <=> yaralar çoald覺kça ac覺y覺 duymaz olur insan.

-mu does not change the meaning, but, somehow, indicates, that it´s not a knowledge from your personal experience, but someone elses´ that either you obtained it by listening to them or read it from books or such.

yaralar çoald覺kça aciy覺 duymazm覺 insan <=> yaralar çoald覺kça ac覺y覺 duymaz olurmu insan.

 

 

Thanks for your Great explaniation about mi part,but i have serious problems with this usage of Olmak

to what types of verbs,olmak can be added to?

 



Edited (Feb 22) by Blue Wizard
Edited (Feb 22) by Blue Wizard
Edited (Feb 22) by Blue Wizard

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