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Noun States: Locative Case 2
Answer questions 1 - 8 based on the following text:

We have learned that instead in, at, on we use the -de locative case suffix. Of course this is an -e type suffix and has the -de and -da versions. But also it has the -te and -ta versions. 

 

The -te and -ta versions are used if the word ends with a voiceless consonant (p, ç, t, k, h, s, ş, f). This is called consonant harmony. 

 

Example:

parkta > in the park

 

Add the correct locative suffix according to vowel harmony and consonant harmony. The locative suffix can be -de, -da, -te, -ta.

1.

İstanbul:

2.

Paris:

3.

Londra:

4.

Irak:

5.

ev:

6.

iş:

7.

okul:

8.

otobüs:

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