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Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:41 am by doktorK
Hi everyone!
My name is Keila. I'm from Brasil.
I would like to learn turkish language....
Can you help me? Very Happy

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Welcome to the Turkish forum!
Fri Feb 27, 2009 2:05 pm by Ghenwa
Hi everyone and welcome to the forum. This forum is dedicated to Turkey fans and admirers, that includes persons like Turks, their culture and history, and for persons that somehow are connected with Turkey or with the Turks.
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PostSubject: Question Sentences   Fri May 01, 2009 10:11 pm

Question words:

Ne? - What?
Nerede? - Where?
Nereden? - From where?
Nereye? - To where?
Ne zaman? - When?
Neden? - Why?
Hangi? - Which?
Kim? - Who?
Kimin? - Whose (is it)?
Kime? - To whom?
Nasıl? - How?
Ne kadar? - How much?
Ne kadar zaman kaldı? - How long left?

Examples:

Senin adın ne? - What is your name?
Kumanda nerede? - Where's the remote?
Nereden geldin? - Where did you come from?
Nereye gidiyorsun? - Where are you going (to)?
O evden ne zaman çıktı? - When did he leave the house?
Sen neden kurabiyeyi kurabiye kavanozundan çaldın? - Why did you steal the cookie from the cookie jar?
Bugün hangi elbiseyi giyineceğim? - Which dress am I going to wear today?
O kim? - Who is that?
O kimin? - Whose is that?
O hediyeyi kime gönderiyorsun? - Who are you sending that present to?
Onu nasıl göndereceksin? - How are you going to send it?
O ne kadar? - How much is it?
Evden çıktığına kadar ne kadar zaman kaldı? - How long left until you leave the house?


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PostSubject: Re: Question Sentences   Fri May 01, 2009 11:34 pm

Yes-No questions:

You can turn a simple statement into a question by adding , mi, mu, or to the end of the statement.

Examples:
Bu bir kitap. This is a book.
Bu bir kitap mı? Is this a book?
Evet, bu bir kitap. Yes, this is a book.
Hayır, bu bir kitap değil. Bu bir defter. No, this is not a book. This is a notebook.

Onun adı Ahmet. His name is Ahmet.
Onun adı Ahmet mi? Is his name Ahmet?
Evet, onun adı Ahmet. Yes, his name is Ahmet.
Hayır, onun adı Ahmet değil. Onun adı Mehmet. No, his name is not Ahmet. His name is Mehmet.

Bu bir okul. This is a school.
Bu bir okul mu? Is this a school?
Evet, bu bir okul. Yes, this is a school.
Hayır, bu bir okul değil. No, this is not a school.

Bu bir gözlük. This is a glasses.
Bu bir gözlük mü? Is this a glasses.
Evet, bu bir gözlük. Yes, this is a glasses.
Hayır, bu bu bir gözlük değil. No, this is not a glasses.

You can see that:
mı comes after ı,a
mi comes after e,i
mu comes after o,u
mü comes after ö,ü


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PostSubject: Re: Question Sentences   Fri May 01, 2009 11:36 pm

Question tags

Question tags are the questions of the form:

You are home, aren't you?
He did his homework, didn't he?
Mehmet will come today, won't he?

Constructing question phrases in Turkish is very simple and straightforward. You just add "değil mi" at the end regardless of the sentence. The translations for the question tags above are then:

Evdesin, değil mi?
Ödevini yaptı, değil mi?
Mehmet bugün gelecek, değil mi?
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