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Identify the infinitive
Answer questions 1 - 10 based on the following text:

The infinitive is the unconjugated form of a verb. It doesn´t have a tense suffix or personal suffix although it does have an infinitive suffix in Turkish. As we have seen before, the infinitive suffix is -mek or -mak depending on vowel harmony. 

 

When you see a verb in a sentence it might have many suffixes attached. Therefore it is important that you are able to identify the infinitive so you can check its meaning in the dictionary.

 

Exercises

In each sentence write down the infinitive form of the mentioned verb. 

 

Exercises: 

 

In each sentence write down the infinitive form of the mentioned verb. 

 

Example:

This is the given sentence: Ben İstanbul´a gidiyorum.   

This is your answer: gitmek

1.

Ben İstanbul´u çok seviyorum.

2.

Ben İstanbul´da yaşıyorum.

3.

Ben İstanbul´dan geliyorum.

4.

Ben döner yedim.

5.

Ben çay içtim.

6.

Ben Ankara´yı sevmiyorum.

7.

Ayşe sinemaya gitmiyor.

8.

Denizi çok seviyorum.

9.

Karar verdin mi?

10.

Yağmur başladı.

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