A Student Grammar of Turkish by F. Nihan Ketrez

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 type. The booklet not just explains the basics of the grammar, but additionally checks scholars' figuring out in an interactive approach with greater than 2 hundred routines. Key grammar issues are summarised in tables and there are lots of illustrative examples. a listing of grammatical phrases utilized in the ebook and a key to all of the workouts also are supplied. This crucial grammar and workout booklet can be utilized as a complement for college kids learning the language, with a twin functionality as a reference consultant to appear up grammar issues, and as a source from which workouts will be set and language abilities practised.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. dayı g¨or¨umce torun kayınvalide elti dede bacanak kayınbirader baldız gelin damat Locations that are typically expressed with postpositions such as ‘under,’ ‘above,’ and ‘in’ are expressed with the genitive-possessive construction in Turkish. Here are some examples. See Chapter 19 for more examples and discussion of such structures. Kedi masa-nın alt-ı-nda. ’ Anahtarları masa-nın u¨ st-¨u-ne koydum. ’ Exercise 13 Make sentences with a word from each column. ¨ Ornek: Elma masanın u¨ st¨unde.

Zafer Bayramı . C ¸ ocuk Bayramı Genc¸lik ve Spor Bayramı . Benim do˘gumg¨un¨um . 2 The dative When compared to other case markers, its function is less transparent and predictable. It has high frequency due to various obligatory conditions. ’ Semih eve/Erzurum’a gitti. ’ C ¸ ocuklar palyac¸oya g¨uld¨u. ’ Aylin anahtarları masaya koydu. ’ Ben raporları sekretere verdim. , let/make somebody do something), the agent of the causativized verb (somebody) is marked with the dative case. Ahmet garsona masaları temizletti.

Ev-den ‘from home’) which is mostly expressed with ‘from’ or ‘off’ in English. Its function is more transparent in comparison to other case markers. Ahmet Bey Ankara’dan geliyor. ’ Pilotlar uc¸aktan iniyorlar. ’ It can have a ‘partitive’ reading as well: kekten ye- ‘eat from the cake’ Although it can appear in unpredictable constructions with a few verbs, such uses are not very frequent. -DAn hos¸lan ‘like,’ -DAn vazge¸c ‘give up,’ and -DAn sıkıl ‘be bored (about)’ are some of a few common examples where the subject is an experiencer and the ablative marks the source of the experience.

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