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vowel harmony, -me -ma negative suffix
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With imperatives we can tell people to do things. For instance "koş" (run) is an imperative. We can also tell people not to do things by using imperatives negative form like "koşma" (don´t run).

 

Add the negative suffix -me or -ma to make these imperatives negative.

Example: koş : koşma

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gel:

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git:

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iç:

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ye:

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konuş:

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sus:

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yüz:

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bak:

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uyu:

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yap:

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