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"You drink coffee almost every morning."

Translation:Sen neredeyse her sabah kahve içersin.

2 years ago

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What's neredeyse?

2 years ago

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It means "almost" or "nearly" :)

2 years ago

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is it related to nerede meaning "where"?

2 years ago

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Well, yes and no. They definitely come from the same root, but their meanings (at least nowadays) are quite different and aren't really related.

2 years ago

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Teşekkür ederim, Alex – but if nerede and neredeyse are not really related, how am I to understand the latter, seeing it for the first time (as far as I remember)? I was absolutely at a loss when I saw it.

1 year ago

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Why isn't it: bir kahve or kahveyi?

1 year ago

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why is içiyorsun incorrect ?

7 months ago

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“içiyorsun” is the continuous form (“you are drinking”). I think when one does something regularly (“every morning”) you do not use the continuous form.

7 months ago

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isn't the meaning of "her" and "hep" the same - every, each?? my answer "Neredeyse hep sabah kahve içersin" was not accepted.

3 months ago