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"The teacher is giving an explanation."

Translation:Öğretmen açıklama yapıyor.

3 years ago

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"Öğretmen bir açıklama veriyor" not acceptable?

3 years ago

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Nope, it doesn't make sense in Turkish really. You can only "do/make" explanations. :)

3 years ago

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understood. Açıklama yaptığın için teşekkür ederim :)

3 years ago

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I wonder if açıklama is related to explanation.

2 years ago

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It is the word for "explanation" :)

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I am talking about the etymology of the word!

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I don't think so. It is derived from the word "açık" in Turkish, which is "open"

2 years ago