Portokal is used in arabic too
Also in Persian
Derives from (or related to) Greek πορτοκάλι, I believe.
What is the difference between yeriz ,yer and yerler ...when these are used
It depends on the person doing the action. Yer =he/she; yerler=they; yeriz=we
i only know that yerler is they eat
I think yeriz is used for we and yer for he or she .... but i srill dont know about yeriz
We will eat an orange is the correct sentence....
We the Arab Libyans say portakal
Shouldn't it be: biz portakal yiyoruz. Yeriz sounds wrong to me
I am not sure if you
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