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Beginner 1


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Seticio, caliptrix, uzeyir, Faruk, Abla, tunci



Section 1

Alphabet
    Homework 1: Alphabet - Alfabe

Major Vowel Harmony
    Homework 1: Vowel harmony in -e type suffixes

Noun states
    Homework 1: Noun States: Locative Case 1
    Homework 2: Noun States: Ablative Case 1
    Homework 3: Noun States: Dative Case 1
    Homework 4: Noun States: Dative Case 2
    Homework 5: Noun States: Ablative Case 2
    Homework 6: Noun States: Locative Case 2


Section 2

Major Vowel Harmony
    Homework 1: vowel harmony, -mek -mak infinitive suffix
    Homework 2: vowel harmony, -me -ma negative suffix

Minor Vowel Harmony
    Homework 1: Vowel harmony in -i type suffixes
    Homework 2: The Question Suffix -mı, -mi, -mu, -mü

Vowel Rules
    Homework 1: -le, la (with, by, and)

Consonant Harmony
    Homework 1: Consonant Harmony- Word Mutation
    Homework 2: Consonant Harmony - Suffix Mutation


Section 3

Major Vowel Harmony
    Homework 1: Locative case
    Homework 2: Ablative case
    Homework 3: Dative case
    Homework 4: Picking the correct noun case
    Homework 5: nerede?, nereye?, nereden? 1
    Homework 6: nerede?, nereye?, nereden? 2

Minor Vowel Harmony
    Homework 1: Vowel harmony in noun sentences

Vowel Rules
    Homework 1: Past tense in noun sentences


Section 4

Pronouns 1
    Homework 1: Personal Possessive Pronouns (İyelik Zamirleri)
    Homework 2: Personal Pronouns (Şahıs Zamirleri)
    Homework 3: Demonstrative Possessive Pronouns (İyelik Zamirleri)

To be
    Homework 1: To Be - Present, Exercise 1
    Homework 2: To Be - Present, Exercise 2
    Homework 3: To Be - Present, Exercise 3
    Homework 4: To Be - Past, Exercise 1
    Homework 5: To Be - Past, Exercise 2


Section 5

Antonyms
    Homework 1: Select the correct antonym

Infinitives and Plurals
    Homework 1: Identify the infinitive




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