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Noun States: Dative Case 2
Answer questions 1 - 9 based on the following text:

Instead "to" we use the -e dative case suffix in Turkish. Of course this is an -e type suffix and has the -e and -a versions. But this suffix also takes the buffer letter -y if the noun ends with a vowel. 

 

Example:

İstanbul´a > to İstanbul (has no buffer because ´İstanbul´ ends with a consonant)

Türkiye´ye > to Turkia (has the -y buffer because ´Türkiye´ ends with a vowel)   

 

Add the correct dative case suffix according to vowel harmony and put the -y buffer when necessary.  The dative case suffix can be -e, -a.

1.

İzmir:

2.

okul:

3.

Antalya:

4.

Bodrum:

5.

deniz:

6.

araba:

7.

otobüs:

8.

İngiltere:

9.

Londra:

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