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-e as adverb - 2

Another task of this pattern is to express the reason. Of course, there is also the several-times-happening meaning because the pattern is "..e ..e".


With another words:

In this task, in the same time, we understand not only how the verb happens, but also what the reason is.


yürümek (to walk)

yorulmak (to get tired, to become tired)


yürü+e yürü+e--------------->yürüye yürüye (by walking, in way of walking)

yorul+di+m------------------->yoruldum (i got tired, i became tired)


Yürüye yürüye yoruldum. (I am tired of walking.) [there is a meaning of "continuously" but it is hidden, because it is already being expressed by "...e ...e".]


yazmak (to write),

el (hand), ağrımak (to ache)


yaz+a yaz+a---------------->yaza yaza (by writing, in way of writing)

el+ler+miz------------------->ellerimiz (our hands)

ağrı+dı---------------------->ağrıdı (it ached)


Yaza yaza ellerimiz ağrıdı. (Our hands ached of continuously writing.)


kullanmak (to use)

peçete (napkin)

kalmak (1to stay, 2to remain)


kullan+a kullan+a------------->kullana kullana (by using, in way of using)

kal+ma+dı-------------------->kalmadı (it didn´t remain)


Kullana kullana peçete kalmadı. (No napkin remained of continuously using.)


baba (father)

bağırmak (to shout)

ses (1voice, 2sound)

kısılmak (to be hoarse) [for voices]

sesi kısılmak (to be hoarse (direct: hoarsing of smb´s voice))

çocuk (child)


baba+m+ın ses+i------------->babamın sesi (my father´s voice, the voice of my father)

bağır+a bağır+a-------------->bağıra bağıra



Babamın bağıra bağıra sesi kısıldı. (My father was hoarsed of shouting) (direct: Of shouting continuosly, my father´s voice was hoarsed.)


çocuk+lar+a------------------>çocuklara (to the children)

bağır+a bağır+a--------------->bağıra bağıra

çocuklara bağıra bağıra (of always shouting at the children)

ses+m------------------------>sesim (my voice)

kısıl+dı------------------------>kısıldı (it was hoarsed)


Çocuklara bağıra bağıra sesim kısıldı. (I am hoarsed of shouting at the children. (direct: My voice get hoarsed continuously shouting at the children.))


açık (1open, 2light (for colours), 3far (for seas), 4clear, 5...6...)

kalmak (1to stay, 2to remain, 3..4..)

diz (knee), üst (onside, upside, overside)

diz üst+i(poss.)---------------->diz üstü (overside of knee) : laptop=dizüstü

şarj (charge)

bitmek (1to end (intr.), to finish (intr.), 2to grow, 3to be tired, 4..5....6...)

açık kalmak (to keep open, to go on being open)


açık kal+a kal+a---------------->açık kala kala (of continuously staying open)

dizüstü+in--------------------->dizüstünün (of the laptop)

şarj+ı(poss.)------------------->şarjı (its charge/electricity)

dizüstünün şarjı (the charge of the laptop)

bit+di-------------------------->bitti (it ended/fnished)


Dizüstünün açık kala kala şarjı bitti. (The charge of the laptop ended of continuously staying open.)

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