"Where are they?"
it is correct as well, -ler suffix for 3rd person plural is optional as long as the subject is not "hidden"
(e.g. you can omit "onlar" but then you have to include -ler. o for the sentence above the correct options are
- onlar neredeler?
- onlar nerede?
- neredeler? )
"Onlar nerededir?" Baska doğru türkçe cevap. Looking @ the suffix options given by miss (Selcen_Ozturk) onlar neredeler? onlar nerede? neredeler? ) My one does not seem to to be there? My answer was accepted as being correct by Duo? Suffixes for 3rd person plural is optional as long as the subject is not hidden. Her own words (miss) Again I am correct but cannot explain the Turkish grammar I have used? Please can somebody explain the -dir suffix used in this/my answer?
I was marked correct for this question, and below an alternative correct answer was given as "Neredeler onlar ?" However, in the preceding sentence, I was asked to write, "Where are the birds?" and I wrote "Neredeler kuşlar ?" and was marked wrong. The correct answer was given as "Kuşlar needler?" Why is it ok to have a pronoun "they" either before or after the interrogative, but not a noun?
Hello Malcolm, I'm so sorry as I cannot help answer your question? Please can a MOD help to answer both mine & Malcolms questions? Teşekkürler.
Could anyone please explain to me why the "s" in nerede"s"in? Is that a buffer letter? As long as I recall it could be "neredeyin?" as in "hastanedeyin"
"Neredenyin" doesn't make sense in Turkish :) The suffix is -sIn for the 2nd person copula (verb "to be") in Turkish.