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By F. Nihan Ketrez
A scholar Grammar of Turkish is a concise advent to Turkish grammar, designed particularly for English-speaking scholars and pros. Written with the desires of the learner a great deal in brain, it units out the grammar of the language in a transparent and jargon-free variety. The booklet not just explains the basics of the grammar, but additionally assessments scholars' figuring out in an interactive manner with greater than two hundred workouts. Key grammar issues are summarised in tables and there are many illustrative examples. an inventory of grammatical phrases utilized in the booklet and a key to the entire workouts also are supplied. This crucial grammar and workout publication can be utilized as a complement for college kids learning the language, with a twin functionality as a reference advisor to appear up grammar issues, and as a source from which workouts could be set and language abilities practised.
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When it is attached to words as a case marker it is called an instrumental or a comitative case. When it appears as a separate word, it is analyzed as a postposition or a conjunction. When it is attached to words, it undergoes A-type vowel harmony. It does not alternate and always appears as ile when it appears as a word rather than a suffix. The buffer /y/ can be dropped when there is a consonant at the end of the word. arabayla sevgiyle Ahmet’le adamla 38 araba ile sevgi ile Ahmet ile adam ile Case markers Note the use of ile with pronouns and question words.
Zeren’in yazlık evi ‘Zeren’s summer house’ [Zeren’in yazlık evi]nin bahc¸esi ‘Zeren’s summer house’s garden’ [Zeren’in yazlık evi]nin bahc¸esi]nin kapısı ‘The door of Zeren’s summer house’s garden’ [Zeren’in yazlık evi]nin bahc¸esi]nin kapısı]nın anahtarı ‘The key of the door of Zeren’s summer house’s garden’ [Zeren’in yazlık evi]nin bahc¸esi]nin kapısı]nın anahtarı]nın deli˘gi ‘The hole of the key of the door of Zeren’s summer house’s garden’ Although such chains do not have any limits and you may add as many as you would like one after another, owing to human processing capacity, you do not have very long chains in natural speech.
40 Ahmet Marmaris’e otob¨us gidiyor. ve ¸seker ic¸iyor. Seda kahveyi her zaman s¨ut ic¸iyor. Seda kahveyi her zaman fincan sinemaya gidiyorum. Yarın aks¸am kız arkadas¸ım ve sakal bir adam. Mehmet uzun boy geliyor. Mehmet bazen okula c¸ok komik bir s¸apka adam kim? 1 The genitive The genitive case marker is -(n)In. It undergoes I-type vowel harmony and appears as -ın, -in, -un, or -¨un after nouns that end in a consonant, and appears as -nın, -nin, -nun, and -n¨un after vowel-ending nouns. In the first person singular and plural pronouns it appears as -Im.