Isn't "tuvalet" correct as well?
İs "banyoda çok sıcak" also acceptable?
Da indicates (at/in/on) We need to change the sentence structure.
It is very hot in bathroom. Which usually we do not say.
Isn't it ???
I wrote; tuvalet çok sıcah and marked it wrong
Banyo çok sıcak. = the bathroom is so hot
banyoda çok sıcak = it's so hot in the bathroom
Am I right?
I don't understand when to add (or not) tür, dir or their variant at the end of the adjective.
On short, why is it büyüktür, when it's "is big" but not "sıcaktır" or something similar?
The suffixes are only used to express well-known, indisputable facts. In this case, being hot is just the temporary condition of one particular bathroom, you don't use the suffix.
I remember Banyo meaning bathroom this way (It's stupid but it sticks in my head):
"Where is the best place to play the banjo?"