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mehraba!nassilsn?
Türkçe'de "I'M GOOD " nasıl denir?

Ne var ne yok?


İyi akşamlar


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ok Smile let's try Very Happy merhaba nasilsin? Smile))

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İyiyim sağol, sen nasılsın ?
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translation please Very Happy

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I'm good and you . i dont know if is correct Very Happy
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hahahaha....ok, I also know "bildircin", my friends used to call me like this Smile I know it means some bird or something Smile

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I can help a little...
I'm good,iyiyim diyoruz. (We say ''iyiyim'' for ''I'm good''.)
Sağol is ''thank's''.Also as teşekkürler or teşekkür ederim...But ''sağol''s true meaning is something like ''be healthy''...We wish someone good health for something he did for us,but it's literaly translated as ''thank's''
''Nasılsın?'' means ''How are you?'',but ''Nasılsınız?'' is plural,for more than one person,and we use it when we're talking to an older person.
When you answer ''iyiyim'',you always need to ask another person the same.So: Ya sen nasılsın? It means: And how are you?
When you're not good,you can say : İyi değilim=I'm not good,or,kötüyüm=I'm bad.
Or,şöyle-böyle=middle,not good-not bad.
Ne haber? or shorter Naber? means : What's up? What's new?
We usually answer: Hiçbir şey. It means ''nothing''...

If you want,I can practice with you here... Wink
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aww is so complicated ahah
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actually i can say, that was pretty good lesson bounce
i'd love you to share more with us Emine, i think it's much easier than professional sites!

i'm ur first student
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i'm your second Very Happy
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Very Happy It's my pleasure really!
But you guyz tell me what do you want me to write you next.Some basic grammar,or conversation,something else...? Just type! Wink
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Emine!!! I have a first assignment Very Happy how do you say "I was waiting so long!"

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It can be told on many ways,but most used with the same meaning are:

Uzun zaman bekliyordum! I was waiting for a long time/for so long!
Çok bekliyordum! I was waiting a lot!

It's different when we say ''bekledim'' and ''bekliyordum''.Cuz ''bekliyordum'' means that you waited for a long,constant period who was repeating till the end of your waiting.
And ''bekledim'' is for a short-timed period,usually happened once,as: I waited for you this morning (Seni bekledim bu sabah.) ,but that's not happening every morning...
And ''I was waiting for you every morning'' would be: Seni her sabah bekliyordum...

I hope I was not too complicated with this...I wrote this grammar stuff,cuz peole who are learning Turkish here can be confused and ask me why I used different tense,which is a second degree of studying,than that basic... study dumbo
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let's start with basics first ..
word order , for example
pronouns , grammar specially prefixes and suffixes Question

i don't know if everybody agrees with me, but i think those stuff r important

Emine if it's a long lesson do them separatly, i don't know
you're the master Wink
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Ok.Good idea! I'll start with some basic rules...

First rule: In Turkish,prefixes do not exist.Cuz Turkish is agglutanive language,which means that it has only suffixes...A lot of them! Very Happy


For word order,basic word order is: subject-object-verb
(Ben seni seviyorum=I-you-love=I love you)
But generally when you figure out this basic,you can write words in any order you want...In the start,just follow the formula: subject-object-verb!

But! If you want to point out one word in a sentence,you're putting it at the end.Examples:

Ben seni seviyorum= I love you
Ben seviyorum seni= I love you
Seni seviyorum ben= I love you


Now ''yumuşak g'' (''soft g'') which is written like this : ğ
We are not reading it exactly,but it's function is to make vocal before it longer.
As word ''yağmur'' (''rain'') for example.You're reading it as: yaamur.
Word cannot begin with ''ğ'',never...


In Turkish gender is neutral,cuz,''he,she,it'' is just ''o'',it's same for all...
You can know the gender only if you describe a person.Example:
O seviyor! It can be or boy or girl or animal...You can't know if she loves or he loves...But if I say: Kız seviyor,it means: Girl loves.So it's she...


Personal pronouns:

Ben-I/Me
Sen-You
O-He,She,It
Biz-We
Siz-You
Onlar-They


Is it good for now?!
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yes emine.. Very Happy is a quit complicated but..ahah
wel.. emine can you write me how can i say : YOU ARE SO SWEET ! ?
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Hehehe! Yes of course! It's: Çok tatlısın!
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thnx you dear Wink remember that i'm in debt with you for a coffee Very Happy
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i can say the days in turkish.correct me if is wrong dear emine Very Happy
Pazartesi
Sali
carsamba
persemble
cuma
cumartesi
pazar

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January-Ocak
February-Subat
March-Mart
April-Nisan
May-Mayis
June-Haziran
July -Temmuz
August -Agustos
September-Eylul
October -Kasim
December-Aralik


Spring-Ilkbahar
Summer-Yaz
Autumn-Sonbahar
Winter- Kis
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really ilkbahar is spring?? cool... my friend's address ha s ilkbahar in it ahah
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For days,we're starting from Sunday,not Monday...
It goes like this: Pazar,Pazartesi,Salı,Çarşamba,Perşembe,Cuma,Cumartesi
Thank's Francy! Wink
Katerina also wrote good,but I dunno can you ''fight'' without regular Turkish letters...If you can't figure it out without it,I can type again,just let me know!
Ok,now something more:

East-Doğu
West-Batı
North-Kuzey
South-Güney

Left-Sol ; Right-Doğru (Doğru also means-It's true)

Numbers (this is like a puzzle,not too much hard)
1-Bir ,2-İki ,3-Üç ,4-Dört ,5-Beş ,6-Altı ,7-Yedi ,8-Sekiz ,9-Dokuz ,10-On
11-On bir ,12-On iki ,13-On üç,...
20-Yirmi ,21-Yirmi bir ,22-Yirmi iki, 23-Yirmi üç,...
30-Otuz ,31-Otuz bir ,32-Otuz iki ,33-Otuz üç,...
40-Kırk ,41-Kırk bir ,42-Kırk iki ,43-Kırk üç,...
50-Elli ,51-Elli bir ,52-Elli iki,...
60-Altmış ,61-Altmış bir,...
70-Yetmiş,...
80-Seksen,...
90-Doksan,...
100-Yüz ,101-Yüz bir ,110-Yüz on ,125-Yüz yirmi beş,...
200-İki yüz ,300-Üç yüz,...
1000-Bin ,1648-Bin altı yüz kırk sekiz,...
2000-İki bin ,3000-Üç bin,...

Güzel-Pretty ;
Daha güzel-Prettier (Comparative: always goes with ''daha'') ;
En güzel-The most pretty (Superlative: always goes with ''en'')
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Something interesting: when you pass by some Turkish guyz and you hear them say:90-60-90 (doksan-altmış-doksan),that means that you are a very much handsome girl!
Cuz perfect body size of a girl for Turks are those...90-breasts;60-waist;90-hips...
You also have a song from İsmail YK with that name,singing about how he met a girl over the internet with those measures... Smile

And also word for a pretty girl is: Fıstık. This is more a kind of street talk,and ''fıstık'' literaly means:pistachio...

And when you say for a girl that she's ''güzel'' ('''pretty''),you can't say that for a guy.For guy you can say that he's ''yakışıklı'' (''handsome'')...If you say that guy is ''güzel'' you offended him like you told him that he's gay...


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I shall look now to very attentively whom turkish men speak: "guzel"))))))))))))))) Razz
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wow i didnt know about the expression 90-60-90 used by turkish aahah
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