why do you have to say senin? isn't it implied when you add an n to komşu?
'Kim komşun?' was marked as incorrect, although it is correct!
I'm not sure if the order is important, but I tried 'Komşun kim?' and it was also marked as incorrect.
now it is marked correct. "komşun kim? "
can I say
By the way ''kim'' is much more common than''kimdir''.
Yes, of course.
Cause komşu(n) that letter already means "your"
Why is it wrong to say: senin kim komşun