This seems more of a question to me than a statement. How would you say "are you sick or are you hungry?"
Is this pronounced correctly in the audio? Sounds nore like atsin both in the slow and fast version
does this have the same sense with "you are either sick or hungry"?
Nope...in theory you could be both in this sentence (really dependent on the context). To get that meaning, you would have to use "yoksa" or "ya...ya da"
Nope, you would see the question suffix (-mi) come in play in this case
"Sen hasta mısın, aç mı?"
The question in Turkish is not asking "why" are you sick. This would be: "Neden sen hastasın?" Why are you sick? It is not asking "are" you hungry either. It is asking "or" hungry. This would be: "Aç mısın?" "You are sick or hungry." Teşekkürler.
could you please let me know when we use sin when we use sun im very confused like sen yorgunsun you are tired and then we have sen hastasin you are sick i dont get it thanks in advance
Back vowels: (a, ı, o & u) back vowels can only be followed by a back vowel. Example, uyanınca: uyan – wake up sleepy head, uyanın – wake up sleepy heads & uyanınca – awakened sleepy head/heads. All the vowels in the word uyanınca are back vowels. More examples: Kalkınca, soruyor, kırılsam, olmadın, olanları, kulum, kullarını & tanrım.
"Sen hastasın veya açsın." Translation: You are sick or hungry.
The -sın suffix means "are"
-sun suffix means "are"
You cannot say "yorgunsın" or "hastasun" Simply is wrong consonant vowel harmony when spoken or written.
Possible combinations (consonants + vowels): Su Sı
I will post other examples & please can you research this too. Please can other learners contribute to this question.
hello MrHilmiNevzat thank you for your explanation very kind of you to answer me fast I think i should practice on back vowles its seems a bit hard for me at this moment thank you so much dear friend