What is the purpose of the comma here?
Subjects can optionally be separated by commas in Turkish :)
Why solundadır is wrong it a fact that the house is next the church
it's not wrong actually
It is true no probldm
Why use "solunda" rather than "solda"?
It is a possessive structure. "Sol" (left) + "-u" (3rd person poss.) + "-n" (buffer letter) + "-da" (locative) = solunda
It is like saying "on its left" :)
Oh! Okay, I got it now.
Is solundadır acceptable?
Grammatically, yes; but native speakers mostly use it as "solunda". We omit -dir, -dır.
would it be also "solunda" for "on your left" then?
Sadece bir tanesini eklediğim için yanĺış